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Friday Foraged Recipe #2 | Nettle & Mint Tea

Peppermint leaves found near the hutquarters (they become even more easily identifiable when in flower)

Friday Foraged Recipe #2 | Nettle & Mint Tea

Time: 5 minutes (+foraging)*

*Stinging nettles are called so for a reason, it might be savvy to wear a pair of gloves for this forage

Makes: A pot of tea

Peppermint leaves found near the hutquarters (they become even more easily identifiable when in flower)
Stinging nettles are everywhere! This recipe is a way to put them to good use

Ingredients:

Half a cup of mint leaves

Half a cup of nettle leaves

Boiling water

 

How to:

1.       Pop the kettle on

2.       Put your foraged leaves into your tea pot

3.       Pour on the boiled water and leave to stew for a couple of minutes (longer for a stronger cup)

4.       Grab your favourite mug , pour in your home-made brew and take a gleeful sip on that

The nettle & the mint leaf
A handsome brew
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