Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Dr. Fuhrman's Waldorf Blended Salad

Thanks to all the HGK readers who entered this week's contest. You guys rock.

Seems like the kale and quinoa producers have seen a significant rise in sales over the last few years! If you missed your chance yesterday, don't forget to submit your comment in to win a copy of Dr. F's new book, Super Immunity. Contest ends tonight!

And in honor of what is coming up next on HGK (ooooh, it's gonna be so much fun!) and one more tribute to Super Immunity, I present you with an outstanding green smoothie recipe from the good doctor. It's surprisingly delicious!

Dr. Fuhrman's Waldorf Blended Salad
serves 1

1/2 cup pomegranate juice
1 apple, peeled and cored (I left the skin on)
1/4 cup walnuts
3 cups compacted collard greens and/or kale
1 cup compacted lettuce
1/4 cup water or ice cubes (I used a lot of ice cubes)

Place all ingredients into a high powered blender and blend until smooth.

9 comments:

Alexandria Lewis said...

Will try today!!! Well after my nuts finish soaking :-)

chickpeafreak said...

Looks [and sounds] delicious! Will definitely be trying this one out!

Leslie R. said...

Yum! I love my green smoothies.

Robbie said...

Wow, this sounds totally refreshing and delicious!!

linda5sons said...

Thanks for posting several recipes from the book; this looks to me like it might be a good 'intro' book into Dr. Fuhrman's principles. Are there a significant number of non-threatening (no really weird ingredient combinations for novices) recipes? I'm thinking this may be what I buy several friends for Christmas presents this year.

Healthy Girl said...

yes, Linda, this would rock as a Christmas present!

Barbara said...

I'm wishing I had pomegranate juice in the house so I could try making this up. It sounds terrific and so ... fresh. Only word that comes close to describing the feeling.

I'm really looking forward to checking out the new book!

JK said...

What kind of lettuce did you use? Looks like it would be yum!

Healthy Girl said...

I used romaine lettuce.

 
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