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In early 2007 I was in a 4-car crash, my car was the car in the middle of the whole thing. A very large SUV ran a stop sign and hit my car from the front/side and basically crushed/ran over the hood and the two cars behind my who tried to avoid it both rear-ended my car, and it spun my car, taking out a sign and going over the curb and then stopping in the street again.
But isn’t it strikingly similar? In the early 1980s, Mike Bidlo began to appropriate the Modern masters by focusing on the paintings of Jackson Pollock. He even hired a Pollock ‘look-alike’ to re-enact the drunken Pollock urinating in Peggy Guggenheim’s fireplace during a cocktail party at her apartment.
Pictured is Mike Bidlo’s 1983 work, Not Pollock. Place your bid online.
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Vegan smoothies are the best, but they are even better homemade!
I’ve had a lot more energy than normal since drinking these, maybe it’s related, maybe not, regardless, they are delicious!
Here’s my recipe:
frozen organic blackberries (price per serving = $1.50-$1.65)
fresh organic spinach (price per serving = $.50-$1.00)
organic raspberry juice/syrup (price per serving = $.20-$.50)
fresh coconut milk/cold coffee (depending on time of day or how awake you want to be) (price per serving for either option = $1.00)
(Total average cost per smoothie = $3.20-$4.15)
Sometimes I add my daily vitamins to this, but not often.
I’ve been trying to replace a meal a day with these, it’s actually been easier than it sounds.
For those who think vegan allergies are valid reasons for not going vegan, here is a list of the vegan food allergies I have that I’m aware of:
Extremely allergic: Peach, kiwi.
Mild allergic reaction in large or concentrated amounts: Cranberry, pomegranate, nutmeg, pineapple.
Mildly allergic: Mango, champagne mango, starfruit, dragon fruit, cashew, processed potato, strawberry, nectarine, apricot.
Sure, none of them are staples, but my mom has a soy allergy and another family member has a wheat allergy, neither of them are 100% vegan, but they actually try to keep vegan food the main part of their diets.
I tried this recently, it is STUNNING. I’m not a raw-vegan but I really wish I was!
I tried both this and the brand’s kale, cucumber, romaine, etc. blend. It is raw, vegan, some 6 pounds of cool pressed fresh, organic plants per bottle, all kinds of good bacteria, vitamins, and flora, and so delicious that it is ACTUALLY worth the $8-10 per bottle. It’s heavenly, it really is, to the extent that I made the little cashew milk bottle last 2 days. Luckily I had a buy-one-get-one-free coupon, and it was on sale.
Also, if you live in NYC, you can save money and pick it up locally.
This stuff is so good you should ask for it for your birthday!