How To Make The Best Strawberry Smoothies – Useful Facts You May Not Know

Strawberries are succulent, sweet and nutritious. This is the understatement of the year as a nutritional analysis of strawberries revealed that these red fruits have higher levels of vitamin c, fiber, folate and potassium compared to bananas, apples and yes, even oranges! In fact, a study has shown that eating 8-10 strawberries a day can lower blood pressure and reduce some types of cancer. A serving of 8 to 10 fresh strawberries gives you the same sweeter juice as a glass of orange juice.

The natural sweetness and beautiful color of these berries is the fuel for the great Strawberry Smoothies recipes that are so very popular. The vitamins and minerals found in the fruit are fundamental for proper metabolism and healthy maintenance of tissues and cells. These wonder juices are a great source of fiber and a definite dietary boost. The strawberry smoothies recipes are tested with high fructose corn syrup and other artificial sweeteners, which if left in the fridge for an hour or two, will transform our boring, boring tea into a blossoming wonderland of delights.

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But what are the major health benefits of strawberries? The Department of Agriculture and US Environmental Protection Agency havekeye facts for strawberries, which include:* Fat Free: Approximately 45% of the calories in strawberries are from fat, which will lower cholesterol and decrease the risk of heart attacks* sixty percent of the calories in strawberries are from fructose, which will raise insulin levels and lower sugar levels, thus aiding in diabetes treatment* Dried: Springs are available throughout the year, but you should start buying spring strawberries in May, as they are the first fruiting season. These are higher in vitamin C and other antioxidants, ridding your body of toxins* Branch: Branches are like flowering tops that create little branches, which have thick trunks that could be used for roofs of houses and gardens. But the major advantage of these specific clumps is that they are cold hardy* Condensed: This is the matured inner tissues of the strawberry plant. It is whitish, smooth and easy to filter. Condensed strawberries are often used to bake and are fairly antioxidant-rich.

How to filter your strawberries?

There’s a number of options for how to filter your strawberries. The easiest is carbon and cheese filtration. This requires the use of a filter, which you can pick up inexpensively in a local store. Cheese filters can be tricky to use and sometimes the process will have some funny sounding names like ‘cold pressed’ or ‘super premium’. These refer to the processed characteristics of the finished product. To learn more about how to filter your strawberries, take a look at this article.

Paste: Pasteurized is the most common way to go. This uses a process called heat treatment. To kill off unwanted organisms and filter water, the process is used in soups, sauces, dips and puddings. This is a fairly old process and won’t take much. You may have noticed that strawberry paste has a richer taste than regular strawberries.

resorts: Some come in baskets, like the famous Holland Park in Manhattan. This offers a good amount of the strawberries for a small fee.

Bakery Products

Dips, spreads and salsas are all things we eat. Depending on the bakery, products are also found in a number of salads.

Flour: All three are made from flour, sugar and water.

Rye flour: Very popular and very cheap.

All-purpose flour: Very widely used.

Self rising flour: Very good at rising, adds flavor and texture to many things.

Cake flour: Very good at baking.

All-purpose flour blend: Often made with white flour, self-rising flour and other mixed increases.

Mix the above flavors together, add a bit of salt and refrigerate for a few hours.

Cut dough in half, place in loaf pans. Bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes.

Left Over Lemonade

When lemonade is over, it’s time to make something to drink. Many people will make an ordinary lemonade, only when they have more time, will they make something more of an invention. An example of this is a forty-five year old virgin lemonade that was made from twenty-five pounds of lemons.

This got me thinking about lemons and lemonade. Have you ever wondered what it might be like to drink a lemonade that’s straight from a fourteen-hundred dollar plant? Or a lemonade that’s made from sixteen pounds of lemons? You’ll have the surprise of your life when you know the answer!

Here’s another little information lemonade has. It says that lemons once grew right up to the sky, and that when they grew there, the ground was filled with ants.

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