No luck so far! I don't make them icy cold, just cool, which is fine in the summer time, but in the cold winter months here in Oregon it's really hard with that damp, cold feeling in my stomach all of the time. But it's just so gross drinking warm banana smoothies; I feel like I'm drinking cookie dough batter smoothie. Have you made any progress with this? I average at least one smoothie a day; it's been a very important way for me to get my calories in. Thanks!
is there a happy medium for you? not cold, not even cool, but juuust right, like the three bears.
Perhaps add one piece of ice at a time until you find your ideal, or start with refrigerated nans, which you can warm until perfect.
Also adding in a bit more water can help loosen up that batter into something that goes down easier, if a bit longer.
NO, not here. If and when I do take a smoothie, I need some frozen fruit and cold water, and like it more like a milkshake or a slushy.
However, I do not like smoothies or the way they make me feel and prefer ripe whole fruit.
PK, could you please elaborate on how blended food makes you feel? thanks
If you mean juices and smoothies, I have a difficult time with the taste. The next problem might be some slight indigestion and burping followed by frequent trips to the bathroom to do number two.
I almost never do smoothies and juices and if I do, it might be more of a social things like introducing them and this diet to someone.
I also prefer mono and simple meals. I eat mono meals during the day, but dinner might be a salad with one or two ingredients like tomatoe or avocado.
That is just me though. I am not sure if or what the science behind it is.
Yeah, you know some people are so energetically sensitive that they can't take all of the high-speed blended energy.
I've come to love my room temp smoothies. It feels so comforting going down. It just takes a little getting used to.
i like room temp because other wise warm or cool would take my bodies energy to get well to body temp ;)
I use either home made almond milk or fresh coconut water or some other cold fruit in my smoothies. This way they are are a bit cooler then room temp but not too cold.
It's very possible. You just have to keep doing it. It helps if everything you eat/drink is room temperature as well, because then you have nothing to compare it to. After a while, you will actually prefer the room temperature over the cold.