I’ve been on a ginger tea kick lately. I’ve literally been drinking it multiple times everyday for the past week. I have to be honest though, sometimes I just don’t feel like peeling and chopping ginger. It’s tedious and I just want my yummy tea! Is there an easier, more convenient way to make warming, cold fighting, delicious ginger tea without all the hassle?
There is! And I’ve found it!
The process is so simple that I laugh at myself for not thinking of it sooner.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
How to Make The Easiest Ginger Tea Recipe
Loving Preparation – The Easiest Ginger Tea Recipe
• Measure the amount of pureed you have in a measuring cup
• Measure out the same amount of raw honey as the puree
• Put both ingredients in a bowl
• Mix well
• Pour the mixture into a mason jar
• Label the contents
To use this super simple tea just put 2 spoonfuls into a large mug, pour over some boiled spring water, stir and enjoy! Feel free to squeeze a nice wedge of lemon in the mug for extra zing.
- Fresh raw ginger
- Raw local honey
- A mason jar
- the easiest ginger tea
- Peel the fresh ginger
- Puree the ginger either in a blender, food processor, Japanese grater, or mortar and pestle (Keep in mind that it is difficult to blend up small amounts in a normal sized food processor or blender)
- Measure the amount of pureed you have in a measuring cup
- Measure out the same amount of raw honey as the puree
- Put both ingredients in a bowl
- Mix well
- Pour the mixture into a mason jar
- Label the contents
This tea is extra spicy, warming, and perfectly sweetened. The mixture should last for a few months, but you refrigerate it for longer shelf life.
This tea is good for soothing sore throats, preventing the onsets of colds and flu, easing digestion, and relieving nausea. You can drink it up to several times a day with no problems other than feeling nice and toasty if you happen to have colds and and feet.
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