I use this smoothie after a long run and it hits the spot. It’s creamy, filling, and good for you. It’s also rather exotic tasting which is fun!
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Take the brazil nuts and blend them with about a cup of water for milk. Then throw in the figs with about a half cup of their soak water and blend till smooth. Then add the mango and fresh ginger and blend one more time.

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By kminty3

I use this smoothie after a long run and it hits the spot. It’s creamy, filling, and good for you. It’s also rather exotic tasting which is fun!

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wow this sounds refreshing!

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That does sound exotic - and energizing!

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Mangos around here will be ripe in a few weeks, so I will be creating this soon. I will replace the brazil nuts with Hemp seeds, and switch between dates and figs. I also use cocnut water as a base rather then regular water. I highly recommend coconut water for pre and post workouts. Helped me tremendously with my competitions. Vegetarian Fitness Champ!

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Cool! You just gave me another green smoothie idea. Mangoes and figs! :)

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Mangos around here will be ripe in a few weeks, so I will be creating this soon. I will replace the brazil nuts with Hemp seeds, and switch between dates and figs. I also use cocnut water as a base rather then regular water. I highly recommend coconut water for pre and post workouts. Helped me tremendously with my competitions. Vegetarian Fitness Champ!

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That does sound exotic - and energizing!

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wow this sounds refreshing!

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