What’s green and healthy and made on two wheels?

A blender bike smoothie, of course.

They are the latest sensation at Yarrow elementary, and are whipped up every Tuesday morning by the students, for the students. At about 9 a.m., one chosen class makes their way to the school’s lobby, where all of the ingredients and tools have been set out by parent volunteers.

It’s a production line full of busy hands, big smiles, and multiple taste tests snuck from compostable sampler cups.

This Tuesday, there were giant bowls of frozen peaches, strawberries and mangos. There were pails of kale, spinach and swiss chard. There was orange juice, agave syrup, and ice cubes. Read More…

March 4, 2016
Chilliwack Progress

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