Ever been walking around a festival and seen a guy hauling gasoline to a generator just to power his music and a blender? Not only is this person a forward thinker in the ways of revelry, but also wise in the ways of nutrition. When dancing non-stop in one-hundred degree heat one’s body tends to burn through a lot of water, vitamins, and minerals. Smoothies and other blended drinks are one of the best ways to replenish those nutrients in a quick and tasty way. Here are three delicious recipes help keep you going. Don’t worry about having all the ingredients! This is an opportunity to meet your neighbors! Combine resources to make smoothies for the whole block!
Peanut Butter Cup
Great for breakfast, desserts, or hang-overs.
2 Tablespoon Honey
2 Tablespoon Peanut Butter [or Almond Butter]
2 cup Milk
1. Throw in blender and press “KILL”
2. Serve, then cackle
Tasty way to beat the heat.
1 Kiwi, peeled
1 Avocado, peeled and quartered
2 cup STRONG Mint-flavored Green Tea
3 Tablespoons vanilla yogurt
1. Jam into blender, say the magic word, press “Mangle”
2. Serve and Sup
Mocha Coffee Cure-All
Delicious Dawn Breaker
2 Tablespoon Apple Butter
2 Cups Espresso
1/2 teaspoon Habanero pepper, powdered
dash of Chocolate Syrup
1. Throw in blender and scream “Engage!”
2. Serve to the worthy masses
If you don’t want to be hauling gasoline or generators into Reno in order to enjoy tasty drinks, don’t worry. A little internet research will yield many designs for blenders and food processors; some battery powered, others even wind-up. Also, don’t forget to get a little radically self-reliant. Two bicycles, an egg beater, some duct tape and time could yield amazing results. Last but not least, when in doubt, use more fruit. Fruit is going to spoil fast in the Nevada heat, best use it up while its still good