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Ginger, lemon and pomegranate  Drink ...

INGREDIENTS One pomegranateThick slice of gingerOne lemon2 cups (about 470 ml) of mineral water INSTRUCTIONS Deseed a pomegranate.Combine the pomegranate seeds, peeled lemon, ginger, and half cup of mineral water into a blender. Blend for a while.Pour the liquid through a strainer to remove the pomegranate seeds. Add ice cube and have it chill . A fresh day start with a fresh energy drink .. Stay healthy and be healthy :-) :-)
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