Frozen Spinach

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From:   Michelle
Subject: Ask The Sneaky Chef Question
Date: August 18, 2008 7:07:58 PM PDT

From: Michelle

Message: I LOVE your recipes, and I am enjoying adding your purees to
some of my own recipes.

When I make green juice, I use frozen spinach. The problem is, no
matter how long I puree it, it often comes out stringy and thick. Am I
doing something wrong?

Thanks again for your wonderful book that has changed our meal-time


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Hi Michelle,

You're not the first one to discover this. You've really got to go with fresh spinach, as frozen just won't work, and fresh baby spinach is best. You can find nice containers in most supermarket produce sections.

I don't know if you have access to Costco in your neck of the woods, but they have a great container of fresh baby spinach, prewashed, and you can't beat the price. I know that frozen is more convenient, sorry about that.

Keep up the good work!

With healthiest regards,

Missy Chase Lapine
The Sneaky Chef

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