Monday, September 16, 2013

Kale and fruit juice blend


We are back to a Monday! Is it me or the pace of time just got faster.  I really wish I could hold on to time, I am impatient to do so much and am always behind. A lot of last week was spent on a liberating exercise of rejuvenating my creative energy. I absolutely enjoyed reading an e-book Sharp Shooter by Martin Bailey, am amazing photographer. I must confess that at one time I did coil myself into a mess of numbers. The science behind razor sharp images. Thanks to my better half, I did uncoil myself to some extent. Am, not really done with the book and have a couple of pages left, and may have to re-read portions. I like books that challenge me and this one certainly did.  I am compiling a list of my favorite bloggers/photographers, so a lot of time was spent, going around blogs and photography sites. If you guys have any recommendations, that would be awesome. There is so much talent and inspiration out there, it is just an amazing world. I feel so energized, you can see the halo of creativity around me. LOL! Some of these artist are just amazing and absolutely mind blowing work.Do you guys want me to share the list ? Should I do it in a post or just the side-bar of TNS.

These photographs are from my archives, but. The morning sun was so beautiful and I was having my kale and fruit juice blend, I was itching to use the camera and I did :). I love the play of light in the photograph, if I may say so myself. Had to share it today and not have it sit in the archives. Am also going to work on a dessert after I am done posting this. Can't wait to create it and then style it, have so many ideas, either am going to overwhelm myself and mess it up or its going to be a liberating exercise. Let's see how that goes :))

Thank you for all the great comments on last week's post . Am so glad that you guys actually read what I write and encourage me to prattle more ;-).



This kale and fruit juice blend is really simple and something you can whip up on a busy Monday morning.

Handful of kale leaves
handful of watermelon ( I had kept some scrap pieces)
1 green apple
1/2 inch ginger
1/2 juice of lime
pinch of salt
honey ( optional - I did not use honey)
1/2 chaat masala (optional)

A friend called me and asked me which blender I use and I also got a comment asking me about the blender, it's a simple no fuss kenmore blender. ( and NO this is not a sponsored post)

Juice the above in a juicer, or just blend in a blender. If you like your juice with pulp, just pour it in a glass and drink or if you are like me, who does not like veggie juice with pulp. Strain the juice and enjoy. I loved the ginger taste, adds a kick, now I do add chaat masala to this but not in the mornings.







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25 comments:

  1. Very colorful and enjoyable looking juice. Looks so tempting.
    Deepa

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  2. I love fresh juice and kale is something i love...Which blender do you have?
    Shema | LifeScoops

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    1. Shema,
      thank for asking, just updated my post with the info. I use a simple no fuss Kenmore blender.
      simi

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  3. The juice looks awesome!!! Loved the light :)

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  4. A delightful drink! Very healthy and refreshing.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  5. looks so marvelous!!!Loved the flavors :)

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  6. Wow wow wow... so fresh n healthy.... Just love it... Love the cute bottles?? Are those jam bottles???

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    1. Thank you! yes, they are jam bottles Arjunan

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  7. Looks beautiful sure it taste delicious.

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  8. you are a magician with the camera! love the pics..
    juice with kale - I'd have to be convinced :) Somehow I can't get myself to like kale.

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    1. Archana that's the best compliment I have ever got, you made my day ! Thank you!

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  9. i am on a hunt for juice varieties & i was so glad to see ur post..true.. ther eis so much more to learn about photography but hate the science behind understanding the technique..love the pic

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    1. RAsi, let me know after you tried it

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  10. Just mouthwatering...looks delicious!

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  11. Hi Simi, your energy and joie de vivre fizzes through this post! No, it's not just you (time) and please post (list). Robin S.

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  12. Hi Simi, your energy and joie de vivre fizzes through this post! No, it's not just you (time) and yes, please post (list). Robin.

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    1. Nice to see you here Robin, I'll post the list on my side bar today.

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  13. I loved the opening para sharing your enthusiasm and boundless energy. The pics of the exotic drink are awesome. Hope to try it out sometime. Have a great week.

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  14. Breathtaking juice,wonderful blend..

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  15. I agree the light's doing wonders in the pictures. You sound like such a fun positive person..lots to learn from you..
    BTW this juice surely looks good, you just convinced me to juice some kale:).

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  16. That sounds and looks a delicious combination of fun flavors. Love the juice, Simi!

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Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to browse. I appreciate all your comments, feedback and input. Hope you enjoy your stay :))

hugs!
simi

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