It’s All About Greens

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greens-compositeREAL founder, Caryn Hartglass shows you how to get more greens in your diet: juiced; blended; raw; steamed.
CHAPTER ONE: GREEN JUICE
CHAPTER TWO: PINA COLADA KALE
CHAPTER THREE: KALE SALAD
CHAPTER FOUR: STEAMED KALE WITH VEGAN PARMESAN
 


 

CHAPTER ONE: GREEN JUICE

Get the recipe: GREEN JUICE

 


 

CHAPTER TWO: PINA COLADA KALE

Get the recipe: PINA COLADA KALE

 


 

CHAPTER THREE: KALE SALAD

Get the recipe: KALE SALAD

 


 

CHAPTER FOUR: STEAMED KALE WITH VEGAN PARMESAN

Get the recipe: STEAMED KALE WITH VEGAN PARMESAN

 

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  6 comments for “It’s All About Greens

  1. RuthAnn
    January 18, 2012 at 2:47 am

    Can’t wait to try ALL these recipes. I love my greens! Go, Caryn. You are the BEST!

  2. Linda Long
    February 9, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    You bet it is! Thanks for some new ways to prepare!

  3. February 9, 2014 at 8:17 am

    In regard to the first video, your comment concerning having to clean the machine, beautiful.

    • realworldwide
      February 9, 2014 at 3:13 pm

      Thank you very much, Robert.

  4. Paula
    May 18, 2017 at 8:44 am

    Re: Juicing. Do you do anything with the pulp, or do you just throw it away?

    Which is more important, in general, and especially during cancer — juices or smoothies?

    I juice sporadically (will be doing it much more now) and always feel so wasteful throwing the pulp away.

    • Caryn Hartglass
      May 18, 2017 at 4:17 pm

      I used to compost the pulp but living in an apartment in NYC makes composting difficult. If you juice carrots and celery first you can use the carrot/celery pulp to make vegetable broth. I’ve tried to use the kale pulp to make burgers but that didn’t work out. Don’t worry about the pulp. In my 4-part It’s All About Greens video I talk about the difference between juicing and blending. I do that in the juicing video, or the smoothie video, or maybe both, I don’t remember: http://responsibleeatingandliving.com/its-all-about-greens/

      I recommend juicing when in a healing crisis or needing quick energy. The juice is easily digested and gets into the system quickly. Juicing is a great way to get lots of nutrition in the body quickly. Yes, the fiber is important, which you get in the smoothie, but you can consume more vegetables, and as a result get more nutrients when you juice.

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