Hey Michelle, try adding more liquid - a little filtered water or juice (freshly squeezed lemons, limes, grapefruit or oranges etc.) should make it less like gloop. What did you put in it? Perhaps you added too many greens - it can be a balancing act. Did you use a recipe or just wing it? Don't be afraid to try and rescue these things. If it doesn't come out the way you'd hoped, experiment - what's the worst that can happen? :)
I made a really nice green smoothie the other day, I think you'd like it:
Your juice seems very exotic, how nice. I have to stay away from all the fruit, but it looks like it tastes divine. This morning I added a cup of water to my greens and it made it a little smoother to drink. I think tomorrow I'll try coconut water with whatever I try to mix up.
When I first tried green smoothies, I used kale, celery, an apple, cucumber a bit of ginger, some water and loved the taste. However the texture was awful and I had to gag it down.. so until I can afford a juicer, I have to switch it up a bit.. I kept the kale and cucumber and added a banana and So Delicious coconut milk so it would be creamier. LOVE! Just as good as the fruit and yogurt ones I used to make (well I think so anyway, it's been awhile since I've had one of those..)