When you’re feeling stone-cold sober, one of the last things you want to do is drink another cup of black coffee. You know, you’re awake, you’re sober, and you’re ready to start your day. But when you’re feeling like that, how about a cup of warm, gooey-mocha-sourced iced tea? You know, for the soul? Because that’s exactly what this one drink does for me. It has a perfect consistency, it’s smooth, it’s vanilla-y, and it’s refreshing in the morning. In other words, it’s perfect for anyone who’s feeling a little tipsy and wants something to help them get back on track. So, how can you get the most bang for your buck with a dry fruit shake? Here are a few tips:
Make it a drinking shake
This one’s pretty important. You have to make the drink shake a little thicker than you normally would for a proper absorption rate. If you’re drinking your tea or coffee in a glass, you’re going to have a lot of wasted energy from all the heat from the drink and the thicker beverage. Why would you want to do that to your morning cup of coffee? It’s going to make your morning cup of coffee taste like rubber! So, instead, make the drink shake a little thicker and go with the tea or coffee instead. You’ll still get the same flavor and evenness that you get from the thicker beverage.
Wash your hands before making
You want to make the drink shake a little thicker so that it can better absorb the caffeine in your coffee. But how? If you want to make your dry fruit shake a little thicker, you need to wash your hands first. You want to be sure that you’ve washed your hands thoroughly so that there’s no residue from your previous activities. Then, in a nearby sink, wash your hands again. This process should continue for as long as you’re doing the shake. Make sure that your hands are completely dry before starting the shake.
Different kinds of dry fruit shake
There are many different types of dry fruit shake you can try. You can make a fruit shake with walnuts, avocados, sour cream, coconut, or sesame seeds. You can make a fruit smoothie with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, sweet potato, orange, and kiwi. And there are so many more options out there!
If you’re feeling a bit spongesopod, try making a dry fruit shake. Try adding a few ingredients like roasted flours, brown rice, organic honey, or maybe some wintergreen. Then, just make sure to drink it up!
The “Dry Shake” technique
If making your drink shake too thick makes you feel tipsy, or if you’re looking for a healthier option, you can also make a dry fruit shake. But, you have to be a little more creative with it. You can’t simply add a few ingredients and see the results. You have to mix everything up, and that means making the shakeout of ingredients you’ve never heard of.
Making the most of your dry fruit shake is important. You want to make sure that it doesn’t just fall through your cracks and go unused. To get the most out of your dry fruit shake, you have to make it a little thicker so that it can absorb the majority of the coffee and other nutrients in your daily diet. You can also try adding in some dry fruits like kiwis, oranges, or grapefruits to make it even drier. When done correctly, making a dry fruit shake is a great way to start your day. And, as with anything, you’re going to want to drink it more if it’s been sitting in the fridge for a while. So, make sure to drink it up and feel good before you head out the door!