Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend. Chill, if desired.
Tip 1: Freeze half the tomatoes to created a chilled smoothie right away. Extra water can add added to adjust consistency to your preference. If your blender can handle ice, then this can be added, instead of water, to create a chilled smoothie instead of freezing some tomatoes.
Tip 2: Smoothies are a great way to add extra nutrients. Experiment with other vegetables such as carrots, spinach or celery to make this to your liking. A neutral-flavored, unsweetened, protein powder can be added to make this a perfect smoothie for after a workout.
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