Posts Tagged ‘mint’

Dehydrating Herbs for Year-Round Flavor

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Dehydrating Herbs (Air Drying) - Peppers, Chives, Thyme, Garlic, Basil, Rosemary, Lavender, Peppers, Sage

Dehydrating herbs is an easy way to ensure you don’t waste any fabulous flavor and nutrients. Dehydrating works for just about any leafy herb, but not all recipes work with dried herbs. Try as you might, you really can’t make fabulous green sauces like Pesto, Chermoula, and Chimichurri with dried herbs. And don’t limit yourself…

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Berry Minty Juice – A Refreshing Bolt of Nutrition

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Try this Berry Minty Juice for a sweet, refreshing bolt of nutrition. Blueberries are one of the most nutrient-dense berries. 1 cup of blueberries contains: Fiber: 4 grams Vitamin C: 24% of RDA Vitamin K: 36% of RDA Manganese: 25% of RDA And various other nutrients They are about 85% water, and one cup contains only…

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Cool Greens Juice – Sweet Enough for the Kids

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This combination of cucumber, greens, grapes, kiwi, mint, and lemon makes this Cool Greens Juice a favorite. And this is sweet enough for the kids but still nutrient-dense. Cucumbers are sweet, but when they are a little bitter. Choose cucumbers for their refreshing cleanness and sweetness or their green grassy astringency and crispness. Sometimes you…

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Minty Apple Juice – A Refreshing Nutrient Boost

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This Minty Apple Juice is a very refreshing nutrient boost for the warm spring or hot summer day. Include some crushed ice and a tiny little umbrella. Mint is great for digestion and as a palate cleanser. It can also soothe indigestion and reduce inflammation. Also, mint can relax the feelings of nausea related to motion…

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