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Spanish Green Gazpacho

Spanish Green Gazpacho

Bright, refreshing, and perfect for a hot summer day, this bracing green gazpacho is just the thing when the temperature rises. With roots dating back to Roman times, traditional Spanish gazpacho uses stale bread, vinegar, oil, and salt, with varying fruits, vegetables, herbs, and garnishes. 

This green version forgoes the common tomatoes in favor of cooling cucumbers, grapes, and green apple, for a refreshing and restorative starter or main. Cucumbers are especially hydrating, as they’re comprised of over 95% water. They also support heart health and lower inflammation in the body. 

For the recipe, visit GeoBlue’s Healthy Travel Blog.

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