Drying herbs for tea

Drying herbs for tea

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Under the Walnut Tree
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Fanny Bergenström

Ingredients

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see method for ingredients

Method

  1. Pick the leaves and flowers from the herbs of your choice, and then let them dry in airy baskets out of direct sunlight. Spread out a fairly thin layer of herbs in the bottom of the basket, and shuffle the leaves once a day until the herbs have dried completely. It takes only a couple of days. The best way is to dry each type of herb separately, and then mix them to create your own blend of tea. A nice combination is blackcurrant leaves, spearmint and lemon balm. Another blend may include monarda (bee balm), apple mint and tender raspberry leaves.
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Under the Walnut Tree
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