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Virgin Margarita with Rock Salt Crystals Sole 

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Description:
A great way to replenish our body of necessary salt is to make a fabulous crystal salt solution known as Sole. This recipes uses 2 tablespoons of Sole. There is an unlimited potential of Energy released when water and crystal salt combine in this process. By soaking the crystals in filtered water, the negative poles of the water molecules surround the positive ions in the salt and the negative ions in the salt are surrounded by the positive polarized particles of the water molecules. This changes the geometric structure of the water and the salt, and creates something entirely new.

Ingredients:
1 tsp. to 2 tablespoons sole (no more)
2 tablespoons lemon or lime juice
2 tablespoons agave nectar
1 ½ cup filtered water
Ice (approx. ¾ c


Directions:
Two or more days in advance, prepare the sole. (See below for Sole Recipes)

Combine the ingredients above in your blender and fill to 12 oz. with fresh filtered water. Then fill the blender with ice to the 16 oz. mark. Blend until frosty and serve immediately.

You can substitute watermelon or cucumber juice for all or part of the water in this recipe for a delightful change and if you are so inclined you could also add 1 oz. of tequila.


Here’s how you make Sole:

Place some rock salt crystals in a glass jar or canister and fill with filtered water. Keep adding salt crystals until the water can absorb no more and crystals can be seen at the bottom of the jar. This takes about 24 hours and this solution can be kept on your counter, at room temperature indefinitely by just adding rock crystal salt and water as necessary to maintain the solution.


Servings: 4 – 4oz. cups


Special Diet: Vegetarian, Low Calorie


Category: Drinks

Submitted By: Sandra Butler



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