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  • Sandy Chen

    12 flavored ice cube ideas including: hibiscus, lavender, vanilla, apple-cinnamon

  • Dianne Foster

    Simple tips for livening up your #drinking #water Not everybody has a taste for water, but we all need it to ensure that our bodies continue functioning properly. If you want to drink more water, but aren’t crazy about the taste (or lack thereof), here are some tips that can make it more enjoyable.

  • Bienna

    Flavored Ice Cube Recipes, How to Make Flavored Ice - Great Ideas : People.com

  • Chestnut School of Herbs

    Hibiscus ice cubes are an easy way to make instant herbal iced tea - just add them to water!

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This reminded me of your almond milk ice cubes in coffee... what about chocolate ice cubes in Almond Milk! Ahhhhh

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