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We all love our green smoothies, but sometimes there’s friction on the road to smoothie town… What to do, for example, when you buy that huge box of spinach from the bulk food store and have no way of finishing it all? Or when your favorite greens are out of season and the price has skyrocketed? How about when you’re headed on vacation with a bunch of kale left in your fridge? The answer: freeze your greens! Freezing greens allows you to always have greens on hand no matter the season. Simply ...

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Living a busy, on-the-go lifestyle while maintaining healthy habits can seem daunting. Luckily, we’ve come up with three surefire smoothie prep recipes that can be done the night before and whipped up in less than 3 minutes in the morning! Make a few individual batches of the smoothie ingredients at the beginning of your week so you can rest assured knowing your breakfast is easy, delicious, and healthy for you! It is the most important meal of the day after all! For that little extra push of ...

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To juice or to blend...that is the question! There has been a lot of debate on whether juicing your produce or blending your produce is better for you. Here is what we know: JUICING VS BLENDING JUICING BLENDING Produce is squeezed. Produce is pulverized. All liquid and NO pulp. Liquid and pulp.  Soluble fiber. Insoluble fiber. The truth is, juicing and blending can live harmoniously within your diet. That's right, one is not better than the other...it all just depends on your wellness goals.  ...

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Our newest seasonal juice blend comes straight from the heart! Aptly named “Ugly & Awesome,” this juice makes use of the delicious, if unconventionally beautiful, “ugly produce” that would normally go to waste on a farm. Grocery stores have very strict cosmetic guidelines when it comes to produce (ever notice how perfect all of those carrots and apples look?), meaning 1 in 5 of the fruits and vegetables farmers grow are thrown away for looking less-than-ideal. Hear from Full Harvest's CEO on ...

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