How to make a smoothie without the ice cream, butter or buttery stuff
By Sarah J. WilliamsNBA star Michael Jordan, who won the NBA title in 1990 and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993, said he had no problem eating butter in a smoothies or soup but added he never used any.
“When I do that, I’m not going to go to the freezer for buttery, or any of that stuff,” Jordan told the Today show.
“I just go for a good, creamy smoothie, and when I’m done, I put it back in the freezer and I do it again.”
Jordan said he would usually eat a smoothy at breakfast or lunch and then eat it as a snack or drink at dinner.
He was referring to his signature dish, the famous Jordan-King Smoothie, a dish that has become synonymous with his NBA career.
While it has been an instant hit on menus in many countries, Jordan said that the smoothie would never be served in the United States.
“Never,” Jordan said.
“We don’t want that stuff.
We don’t do that stuff.”