Recipe Directions

1.juice tomato, lime, parsley(or cilantro) and garlic
2.stir in oil,cayenne, and salt
3.sprinkle with chives
this is based on a famous diet guru’s drink to rev up your metabolism:)
for soup:
1.prepare serving bowl by filling with very hot water while preparing soup:)
2.place tomato, juice of two limes, parsley,(or cilantro), garlic, oil, and spices in blender.
3.garnish , if desired, with rose made from tomato peel ,chive,and parsley leaves and a drizzle of balsamic glaze:)

Evergreen's Thoughts

a warming drink

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Way better than V8! :)

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What a pretty way to serve it! I can't wait to buy a martini glass for this purpose.

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this looks like it would be a really good fall soup, too! I love tomato soup so I might try it that way - this will be my first cooler season on raw

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hi Shazam...fall has hit the adirondacks ,too! ice on the car this morning and i'm wearing a sweater:)hi Johnny!!!!...the pepper sounds like a wonderful addition, thanks!

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Lately I have been blending tomato and ice together and it's been the most lovely treat ever. I crave it all the time. This kicks it up a few notches higher, wonderful herb and spice selection!!! a little black pepper on top and I am all set. Mmmm, yummy picture too.

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I can't wait to try this when I get home! Fall has hit Maine, and this sounds perfect. Thank you.

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