Green Hemp Protein Smoothie | Green Kitchen Stories

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Green Hemp Protein Smoothie
Serves 2

2 large handfuls kale or other leafy greens, rinsed and stems removed
2 cups / 500 ml almond milk or plant milk of your choice, more if needed
4 tbsp hemp protein powder (you can also use pea protein, brown rice protein or a sprouted protein blend)
2 ripe bananas, peeled
1 mango, peeled and stone removed (or use thawed frozen)
1 lime, juice

Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender and mix until smooth. Add more plant milk or water if needed. Serve in a glass.


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Instruction on how to tie a Square Knot for you to make a hemp anklet, bracelet, choker, or necklace.

28 Responses

  1. Donal Skehan
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    So excited to see you guys are here! About to go on a binge of viewing! :)

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  3. Graham Higgins
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    Is mixing fruit with veg a bad mix? I thought fruit breaks down/rots much

  4. David Converse
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  5. Bryce Whitehead
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    how do you not have tiny specs of kale left after blending?

  6. Abel & Cole
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    This is so lovely. We really like your films and recipes- keep up the
    beautiful work.

  7. Green Kitchen Stories
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  8. Josefine MH
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    Which blender are you using? 🙂 

  9. Gyöngyvér Cseke
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    funny music :)

  10. Heather Cassidy
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    FINALLY a how to tie a square knot instructional that I can actually
    understand!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! 

  11. thegirlnextdork
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    Thank you for this! The two-step makes it much, much easier to understand
    than the diagrams I’ve seen elsewhere.

  12. Sophia Dobry
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    Great video and step by step process. Really helpful thanks!

  13. Deilen Davis
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    Thanks that was suuuuuppppeeeerrr, helpful and simple 

  14. Joey Griggs
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    this really helps thank you 

  15. 1nFAm0uSIsPro
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    Thats the cobra

  16. Jan Jost
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    i have watched at lease 50 vids you are the best

  17. Ramie chaff
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    great Video! ITs was very helpful! thanks

  18. Carlotta Maria Fontes
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    How do you start it?

  19. Ntina Konstantina
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    Perfect! Thank you for sharing!!!

  20. jaaamiex0o
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    How do you end it?

  21. Jen Mac
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    How do you decide how long each piece is depending on how long you want the

  22. Angelica Molina
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    What size do you use?

  23. Helena Baggs
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    About to make this!

  24. Nightweaver435
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    @4RACHAEL4 you’re probably only doing one half knot..not the two different

  25. Myann Vu
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    omg my sis tied my thing i cant do anything now

  26. Zafia Sinha
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    any string works, but the twine suits this pattern better

  27. Karmenisawesome
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    @4RACHAEL4 You alternate sides, going from the left strand knotter,
    knotting that one, and then doing the something only with the other, the
    right hand knotter.

  28. paparazzy0vs0mee
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    ready ……………i learned

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