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Apple Peppermint Smoothie

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Most green leafy vegetables have a bitter flavor when served raw, but this can be ameliorated by choosing certain less-bitter or younger vegetables (e.g. baby spinach is almost flavourless) or combining with certain fruit (e.g. banana softens both the flavour and texture).

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    Most green leafy vegetables have a bitter flavor when served raw, but this can be ameliorated by choosing certain less-bitter or younger vegetables (e.g. baby spinach is almost flavourless) or combining with certain fruit (e.g. banana softens both the flavour and texture).