shipping is free because you have enough to think about


Your Cart is Empty

By reading this blog you accept

  • All content is for entertainment purposes only, and does not substitute for, nor does it constitute, professional medical advice or consultations with healthcare professionals. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat any health issue. Medication interactions can occur and content is not meant to cover all possible uses, precautions, interactions or adverse effects. Always seek medical advice before making any lifestyle changes.

  • Occasionally, I may share product information that my family enjoys using. Make an informed decision on your own before usage. The site does not undertake any liability for any damage, cost, harm, or loss caused by the listed informative elements or products.

  • If you use my link to purchase on Amazon, I could earn a small commission while you pay the same price for the product. If you enjoy this site, using the link will help with CentiMom's Someone Cares.

Green Drinks

1 min read

Green Drinks

Being as crazed as mothers can be, I do not have the time or the desire to clean, wash, and cut fruits and greens whenever I want a green drink. If I had tried that method, I would never have had green beverages. However, preparing some of the staples used for the drinks every week helps keep things easy and doable. The picture shown is of my freezer drawer.

After going to various stores for organic items, I wash and cut vegetables to portion them into sandwich and freezer bags, saving valuable time. In addition, the preparation makes having a green drink as easy as pulling some items out of the freezer and adding filtered water to the Vitamix or NutriBullet - done!

My family tends to eat 2-3 bananas in one sitting, so I always cut some up (for easy frozen blending) and put them in sandwich bags for later use. If I leave them all out, none will be available for juicing. I also cut organic celery into 3" - 4" pieces for freezing. When preparing kale, I stick as many washed and dried leaves as possible into a sandwich bag. I do the same with other fresh fruit and vegetables. Slicing it up into small pieces and placing the bag flat on its side makes it easier to extract minor details if I don't plan to use the entire bag.

Getting all the preparation work done in advance makes juicing a simple process you won't avoid.

    Leave a comment

    Comments will be approved before showing up.