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Ingredients: 1 Banana, Almond Milk, Spinach, Mint, Frozen Mango (use your own judgement on portion sizes, I never measure mine)
Directions: Add milk, spinach, and mint to a blender and blend until smooth. Add banana and mango and blend until a good consistency. If the mixture is too thick, add more milk until it blends smoothly.
Nicole is a full-time photographer and author living in Portland, Oregon, USA. Her photography specialties are food, travel, and landscape, and she also creates stock images for her portfolio.
Nicole loves to teach, learn and share what she knows through her blog, articles, podcasts, interviews and training materials. She is an expert in Lightroom and Photoshop, and contributes regular articles to Photofocus.
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