Anyone who listens to Joe Rogan’s podcast The Joe Rogan Experience knows that he starts each day with a kale shake. From time to time he mentions what ingredients these shakes include, such as ginger, pineapple, celery, and garlic. But unless you follow him on Twitter, you may not know exactly how he makes it. For you folks I present to you the recipe for Hulk Loads:
- four large kale leaves
- four stalkes of celery
- one cucumber
- one pager-sized hunk of ginger
- four cloves of garlic
- four slices of pineapple
The Meaning of Hulk Loads
Why you ask does Joe Rogan refer to his kale shakes as Hulk Loads? In his words, if you make the kale shake right, it will come out looking like one of the Hulk’s loads: green, thick, and frothy.
I can’t say that I’ve ever made a kale shake following his recipe, but I’ll take his word for it that it doesn’t taste that good. I tend to stick with more fruit to drown out the bitterness of the kale, but maybe I’ll work my way up to producing my own Hulk Loads once I purchase a more powerful blender.
Check out a video of Joe blending up some Hulk Loads in his Vitamix blender below: