One more thing about green drinks. Some greens, like kale and mustard, have a pretty strong flavor, but they are very good for you, because they are high in calcium, magnesium, and other essential minerals.
Furthermore, kale does not blend well and you will find lots of little chewy strings in your drink. Even so, I like to mix kale or mustard greens with some strong-flavored fruits, like lemon or pineapple. With enough fruit mixed in, it’s not bad.
You can also make delicious kale (or broccoli) salads by marinating finely chopped kale in a lemon and oil dressing, seasoned to taste with miso, herbs, or Celtic sea salt. It is better to eat your kale and broccoli raw, because cooking vegetables of the cabbage family (brassicas) destroys their cancer-fighting properties. Saurkraut is also an excellent way to prepare raw cabbage without losing its valuable nutrients.