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Crazy Sexy Fridge Foods


Each week, Kris Carr stocks her fridge with what she considers “whole, plant-based deliciousness.” One of the biggest secrets of eating healthy, she says, is being prepared. “Always keep a well-stocked arse- nal of healthy ingredients at your disposal,” she advises. “At the very least, you’ll always be ready to whip up a green juice or smoothie.”


n Canning jars filled with ready- to-drink home-made smooth- ies and green juices


n Kale, parsley, spinach, cauli- flower, cucumber, bell peppers and citrus fruits


n Flax oil n Flax bread n Vegan buttery spread n Vegan mayonnaise n Raw sauerkraut n Vegan sausages n Cacao powder


hEALThy mEAL dELIvERy SERvICES for today’s busy family


SpECIALIzEd mEnU opTIonS InCLUdE: organic whole foods | raw food diets fresh pressed juices | diet and weight loss post baby weight loss | allergy sensitive menus (gluten, lactose & soy)


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