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Maya's Healthy Greens Mix


1 large apple
1 large carrot
1 avocado
1 large lemon (juice only)
1 stalk celery
1/2 bunch kale (about 4 cups, leaves and stems)
1 cup broccoli (florets, leaves and stems)
1/2 cup parsley leaves
1/2 cup cauliflower
2 tablespoons frozen lemon concentrate
2 tablespoons frozen orange concentrate
1/2 cup water


  • Wash apple, remove seeds, cut into large pieces and put in food processor with the multi-purpose blade (the standard metal cutting one) and pulse three to five times. If you don't have food processor, use blender.
  • Thoroughly wash and scrub carrot under cold running water to remove soil contaminants; cut and add to food processor and pulse.
  • Cut avocado in halves; remove pit and carefully scoop out pulp; add to food processor and pulse.
  • Wash and cut all other vegetables, squeeze the lemon. Add lemon and all other ingredients to the food processor. Process until nice and smooth. Keep mixture in glass or plastic container, covered and refrigerated for up to 3 days. Do not use metal containers!

In small serving bowl place 1 tablespoon of ground almonds, top with 1/2 cup of Healthy Greens Mixture and enjoy before your main meal or as a light snack.

NOTE: This mixture healed most of my stomach problems. It is packed with enzymes, minerals, vitamins, beta carotene, fiber, chlorophyll, phytonutrients and all the good stuff we are missing in our diet.

TIP: Try to use organic fruit and vegetables for the best results. You can also add pear to this mixture or top it with mashed banana for a nice dessert, but keep the basic ingredients same.

(Used with permission from the book "Gluten Free & Delicious" by Maya Gavric)

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