Sun Tea !
Put clean water in a big glass jar (I recommend mineral water, distilled water, filtered water...) with a few tea bags or herbs. Cover the top of the jar with a piece of cloth and attached with an elastic band. Position the container in the sunlight, outside preferably. You can move the container if it happens to be in the shadow. I usually leave it for 3 to 5 hours (no more than 5 hours!). When the tea has reached it desired strength, you can drink it straight away or you can also put it in the fridge, this way you will have some nice cold ice-tea!
Tips and Thoughts
Have you tried sun tea yet? It's like having tea but instead of boiling the water or heating up your kitchen, you are using the sun to heat the water! Wonderful idea isn't it? This is a great way of making you healthier and you will contribute to lower overall air pollution too! Did you know that air can be worse in your kitchen than in the street? If you are 100% raw, then you have nothing to worry about on that side! Thank god! But sometimes, it's nice to have something warm, I admit, should it be a warm soup or a tea or an infusion! That's when Sun Tea comes!
Hi Carina, thanks so much and well done on the juicing! It's true that when you have a lot of fruit around you it's hard to say no and stick to the green veggies but it's good to do even 1 day or so per week or even per month. Thanks so much for you kind words. If you send me an email, i can try to send you another link for the free ebook! Love -Audrey
In Miami! I shall get you the link!
Vikki, I use the whole Celery which is between 6-9 stalks. For the fennel, right now i only get the fennel bulb but if i had the leaves I would juice them as well! xxx
Love your letters want your blog!! Thanks Barbara
When you say "one big celery", do you mean one RIB of celery, or the whole stalk? And, do you use the fennel leaves, or just the bulb? Thanks!