Anyone who buys 'fresh' greens in a box knows the frustration of hidden wilt. At best, you might find a few bleached-out or mushy leaves that can be plucked from the mix. At worst, the entire box is a write-off.
I've been there many a time.
Of course, there are always lettuce heads and bunches of fresh greens instead, which are far less of a freshness gamble. But that means triple-washing, trimming and spinning your greens.
I'd go to such extreme lengths for a really special salad. But the truth is, I get most of my greens in smoothies these days - because of time. It seems a little counter-productive to spend so much time prepping greens when the point is to get quick nutrition.
So, why not use frozen greens for smoothies?
Frozen greens are a good idea...IF you have a Vitamix or a similar high-powered blender. Those hard pellets of icy spinach are even tougher to blend than fresh leaves.
What's a green smoothie aficionado to do?
Simply sub in SuperLeaf Moringa for your boxed greens. Here's why:
1) SuperLeaf Moringa is dehydrated at low temperatures in a pristine facility, so the nutrients are locked in and it has a great shelf life. When you can't buy fresh - or when you're tired of the salad box gamble, SuperLeaf will never let you down.
2) No matter what kind of blender you use, SuperLeaf Moringa will come out smooth. It's already a fine powder, so you don't need to worry about green chunks. Problem solved!
3) SuperLeaf Moringa has more nutrients than any other leafy green - than any other plant - known to science. If you're truly dedicated to smoothies as a source of superfood nutrition, then SuperLeaf is the way to go.
SuperLeaf Moringa makes green smoothies that much easier - and more reliable. Keep browsing the blog for more reasons to love it!