At a coffe bar they sell this, so I was inspired to create a raw version!
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First, run 1 cup of the berries through a juicer, and strain if necessary. Blend the strained juice with 3+ (depending on how sweet you want it) tablespoons of sweetener in a vita-mix. Set the juice in a separate container,
Next, to make the berry slushy part, run another 1/2 cup of berries through a juicer and strain. Blend this juice with 1 1/2 cup of ice cubes and 5 tablespoons of sweetener in a vita-mix until smooth slushy. Pour into a cup. Pour all of the berry juice that you made earlier over the berry slushy, and proceed to the next step.
Finally, to make the lemon slushy part, blend 1/2 cup ice cubes with all the juice squeezed from 1 1/2 lemons and 3+ tablespoons of sweetener(depending on how much sweet you like). Pour some lemon slushy over the berry slushy. Enjoy!

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At a coffe bar they sell this, so I was inspired to create a raw version!

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Actually, Daily Grind the franchise is limited to Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland but they are branching out with a few in Texas I believe. The ones with the Daily Grind Unwind slogan are franchises, the rest are just independents happened to be named that.
I work at the one in Lexington, the owner is the cousin of the founder. So it's interesting I recognized that.

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The Daily Grind is a nationwide chain store, so there all over the country.

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Is it in Austin Ranch? There's a place under my apartment called Daily Grind.

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Yup, it's the Daily Grind! What a coincedence! My favorite place to hang out:)

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Was it a Daily Grind that served this? I work at one and we have a drink called EXACTLY that, with the same principle (pouring the lemonade over the berry).
Sounds yummy either way, I love agave so I can only imagine this is awesome.

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