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Guava Pearberry Smoothie & Tofu Scramble

Guava pear smoothie, tofu scramble, sweet potao, and kale. with tomato and avocado

I really do enjoy  Young Thai Coconuts, but aren’t they hard to open up?  Without the proper tool it really is something else.  I carried on using a knife, and hammer in an attempt to pry  it open.

So, as usual my son walked in the kitchen and shook his head and walked away.  Excuse me, did he not just see the struggle? I was like, boy if you don’t hold this coconut still. And there we were, a two-man show. I banged, and he jumped hoping to not lose a finger. I really do make a big production of everything.

Market Haul: Fruit, organic strawberry, young thai coconut, guavas, blackberry, pear

Now, as far as the guava, I have a disdain for guava, or peach artificially  flavored anything. The smell alone turns my stomach. To my surprise it tasted nothing like that artificial flavor I loathed. (I can do without the seeds though)

Guava pear smoothie, tofu scramble, sweet potao, and kale. with tomato and avocado

Tofu Scramble with sun-dried Tomatoes. Herbed Sweet Potato, and  Kale & Peppers. and Avocado, and Heirloom Tomato Salad on the side.

Guava pear smoothie, tofu scramble, sweet potao, and kale. with tomato and avocado

I didn’t use ice, which made the consistency of the smoothie like baby food, or custard like. Very interesting texture. Next time I will make sure the fruit are frozen, or add ice.

Guava pear smoothie, tofu scramble, sweet potao, and kale. with tomato and avocado

I’m sure the seeds are the best part of the guava, but I may remove them next time.

I haven’t perfected the smoothie angle, If a photographer is willing to share that tip with me, I’m all ears.

Guava pear smoothie, tofu scramble, sweet potao, and kale. with tomato and avocado

 

Love kiki

KIKI

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