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Oh refreshing! Delicious fruit soup!! I used what I had as well as trying to keep it better food combined which it is not as per http://www.rawplus.com/images/foodcom.jpg. I did not add blueberries as they tend to bother our tummies (acidic), extra frozen mango but I highly recommend using fresh unless you have the rarity of ripe before frozen mango, did not add peach as supposedly unless they are organic (which I can't find) they have the most pesticides of any fruit. I read cantaloupe as honeydew, so that is what I used as it is what I had, very red seedless watermelon, my lime was extra juicy, something my lemon lacked, used fresh mint leaves from the garden, I added the fresh ginger to the blender but that step is left out, instead of the fresh chili pepper I added a couple dashes cayenne pepper. I may make this again on a very hot day hopefully including an organic peach. Made for ALL YOU CAN COOK BUFFET - SPECIAL EVENT!

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UmmBinat July 21, 2011

What a fabulous hot weather soup! :) So easy to prepare, so refreshing and tasty on days when you're hungry but don't even know quite what you feel like eating and don't know that you really have the energy to make anything anyway. The only change I made was to omit the fresh chili pepper (personal taste preference). My recommendation is that you make this the night before super-hot days and consume it throughout the day. Great blend of flavours. Thanks for sharing another super recipe, Rita! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.

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bluemoon downunder February 21, 2009
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