Last May I visited Chicago and had the pleasurable experience of dinning at the Chicago Diner. Among many delicious food items (most noteworthy: RAW Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake!) I drank a tantalizing thirst quenching Blueberry Basil Limeade. I have been wanting to re-create this ever since and finally a few days ago...
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Simply blend. Serve right away or chilled.

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Last May I visited Chicago and had the pleasurable experience of dinning at the Chicago Diner. Among many delicious food items (most noteworthy: RAW Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake!) I drank a tantalizing thirst quenching Blueberry Basil Limeade. I have been wanting to re-create this ever since and finally a few days ago I did.
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bugchick's Review

Blueberry Basil Limeade
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I was hoping to get a more specific measurement on the blueberries- I get the rather large size package! I did try it, and I just used about 1 cup of blueberries, and a little agave for the sweetener. Fantastic! Love the flavor combo!

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I would never have thought to add basil to fruit - thank you!!!

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tangerina's Review

Blueberry Basil Limeade
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thanks for introducing me to my new favorite drink. perfect for a hot summer day or night. so refreshing! so unspeakably amazing! sublime!

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that sounds so delicious! i'll definitely give it a try soon!

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Ohh I love blueberry-basil combos! I put blueberries, banana, basil, kale in a smoothie about 3 times a week lately. I think I'll have to give this mix a try too, it sounds so refreshing! Thanks

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