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Blue Spirulina Coconut Smoothie Bowl

RECIPE 1 FROZEN BANANA 1/2 CUP FROZEN BLUEBERRIES 1/4 CUP ALMOND MILK 1 TSP RAW NICE BLUE SPIRULINA TOPPED WITH BLUEBERRIES, TOASTED COCONUT FLAKES, AND HEMP SEED   STEP 1. TAKE A BUNCH OF RIPE BANANAS, PEEL AND CUT INTO INCH WIDE PIECES, AND FREEZE. STEP 2. ONCE BANANA PIECES ARE COMPLETELY FROZEN TOSS THEM INTO YOUR FOOD PROCESSOR OR BLENDER. I USE A VITAMIX BLENDER AND IT WORKS GREAT! BLEND THE BANANAS, SPIRULINA, AND ALMOND MILK, OR MILK OF YOUR CHOICE UNTIL YOU ACHIEVE A SOFT SERVE LIKE CONSISTENCY. I ADD IN ABOUT 1/2 CUP OF FROZEN BLUEBERRIES AS WELL FOR ADDED FLAVOR.  STEP 3. SCOOP THE NICECREAM MIXTURE INTO A CONTAINER AND FREEZE FOR AN ADDITIONAL 30 MINUTES. ONCE FINISHED...

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Keep It Clean Beaches

Time For a Change Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 5(ish) years, you know that in next few decades our oceans will have more plastic than fish. So, in recent years we've seen a major shift in people making an effort to leave a lighter footprint on the earth. Someone who has recently sparked some inspiration into us is Lauren Singer. Living in New York City, one would think that leaving a light footprint would be somewhat tricky. Well, Lauren would prove you very wrong. She has been able to keep all her trash from the past two years in a single 16oz mason jar. TWO YEARS-ONE MASON JAR! Yes you heard that right. It all...

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Thank You Mama Earth

  Celebrating Earth Day Every Day! Earth Day is one special day. It's a day where people all over the world celebrate something bigger than ourselves. It's a time when communities come together and do what they can to help build a cleaner environment. Here at One Ocean One Love we like to take this day to spread our passion for the environment to the people around us. This year we partnered with The Great Gloucester Cleanup to bring out people across Cape Ann for beach cleanups at six locations. Aver 150 amazing volunteers came out to fill up bags with trash that litters the shore of Cape Ann. A little goes a long way so let's do our part...

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