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Smooth and creamy and I didn't even soak the raw almonds!! Make sure something is frozen in here or it won't be cold! I used organic bananas huge medjool dates and more water. I like how it was only lightly sweet. I would make this again with frozen bananas as I hate frozen strawberries.

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UmmBinat December 11, 2010

Excellent smoothie! My processor got the almonds nicely smooth, and I took WRS' idea to soak the dates, too. Made it with blueberries and some sour cherries and will definitely make it again!! Thanks for posting! Made for Healthy Choices ABC.

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Mia in Germany February 16, 2010

This was tasty and easy to make. We used the strawberries. I'm sure we will make this again when we want a quick meal. Thanks!

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Chef Schellies November 11, 2009

A smoothie to keep! I like how this was light, but filled with energy, and not overloaded with sweetness either- a nice balanced breakfast. I used ground almonds (not soaked of course) and subbed plums for the berries. The only problem was with small chunks of date, even after a lot of blending- I'd recommend soaking them with the almonds. Thick and lovely! Thanks!

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White Rose Child October 18, 2008

I liked this even though it was a little gritty. But my 3yo and 1yo sons refused it. The flavor is great though! I used the almond-soaking water in the drink and used frozen strawberries. Reviewed for Healthy Choices ABC Tag.

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mliss29 March 22, 2008
Raw Food: Almond-Based Berry Smoothie