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The smoothies featured were shared with us by members of the feedfeed community who added #feedfeed to pics of smoothies they made on Instagram.
A Note From Judy Kim
Over time I changed my approach to have variation as if I were cooking a sweet or savory dish. Why not keep it seasonal and fresh? Hope you'll find ways to make your smoothies taste more complex. Try infused vinegars, bitters, savory herbs and change up the base, it doesn't always have to be yogurt or almond milk. This will really help to change up a daily green smoothie. Also try making a whole juice with the blender instead of using the juicer, I particularly like a citrus cooler base with fruits like Pomelo, Orange, Grapefruit, Satsuma, Key lime, Meyer Lemon with mint, sage or tarragon.
Some of my friends have asked me how I make my flower food art, so I made this quick video yesterday using a beet smoothie. I'm using plain yogurt for the flowers. Admittedly, the flowers aren't perfect--the colors of the smoothie are bleeding into the edges because the smoothie wasn't thick enough. Just for reference, I didn't have this issue when I made the flowers on my pea and mint soup (which was much thicker). After every stroke, I'm wiping off the tip of my skewer. That way, the colors won't blend in ways that I don't want it to. I hope all of you will make some pretty flowers too!
Some of my friends have asked me how I make my flower food art… read more>