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Green sauce

By: Sally James
Green sauce
This clean and fresh sauce can be used as an accompaniment for many tasty dishes. Have it as a side with salads; use it for a dip with crackers and veggie sticks; as pasta sauce or as a wrap condiment.

Method

  1. Blitz in blender until smooth.
  2. Can keep sealed in a jar in the refrigerator for 1 week. (I bet it doesn’t last that long though!)
More about the Author

Sally James

Sally James N.D is a Naturopathic lecturer, content health writer and naturopathic advisor, with 18 years experience working for herbal medicines companies in the areas of research, technical support and naturopathic advice. She has a special interest in women's health seeking to provide them with advice in natural health care through supporting, informing and educating women to empower themselves through better understanding of their bodies.

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