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  • Sarah Perry

    herb and fruit infused water recipes

  • Krystal Sorenson

    SPRING CLEANSE ~ YOUR BODY ~ Yes another post abut water lol. But if you really want to cleanse then DRINK, DRINK, DRINK. Here are 8 home made vitamin water recipes to help you keep the water flowing!As a rule, you should try to avoid as much as possible industrial food and beverages 1) The classical : lemon/cucumber:Mix in a pitcher: 10 cups of water + 1 cucumber and a lemon, thinly sliced + 1/4 cup fresh finely chopped basil leaf + 1/3 of finely chopped fresh mint leaves. Leave in the refrigerator overnight before serving. 2) The granite : Strawberry/Lime or Raspberry/LimeMix in a pitcher : 10 cups of water + 6 strawberries / 0r Raspberries and one thinly sliced lime + 12 finely chopped fresh mint leaves. Leave in the refrigerator overnight before serving. 3) The digestive : Fennel/citrusFirst: infuse 1 to 3 grams of dried and crushed fennel in 150 ml of boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Allow to cool.Mix in a pitcher: 10 cups of water + lemon juice (put the leftover lemon in the mix) + a small thinly sliced orange + 12 fresh chopped mint leaves + the infusion of fennel seeds. Leave in refrigerator overnight before serving. 4) The antiOX : Blackberry/SageNote that a part from the berries, sage leafs is the herb that has the highest antioxidant content.Mix in a pitcher : 10 cups of water + 1 cup of blackberries that have been very slightly crushed + 3-4 sage leaves. Leave in refrigerator overnight before serving. 5) WATERmelon : watermelon/RosemaryMix in a pitcher : 10 cups of water + 1 cup of watermelon cut into cubes + 2 rosemary stems. Leave in refrigerator overnight before serving. 6) The exotic : Pineapple/MintMix in a pitcher : 10 cups of water + 1 cup of pineapple cut into cubes + 12 fresh mint leaves finely chopped. Leave in the refrigerator overnight before serving. 7) The traditional : Appel/cinnamonMix in a pitcher : 10 cups of water + 1 cup of apple cut into cubes + 2 cinnamon sticks + 2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon. Leave in the refrigerator overnight before serving. 8.) The zingibir : Ginger/teaIn advance: heat 1 teaspoon of ginger in two cups of tea, let it cool down.Mix in a pitcher: 10 cups of water with two cups of the ginger tea + 4-5 pieces of fresh ginger cut into cubes. Leave in the refrigerator overnight before serving.

  • Stacie McClintock

    NATURALLY FLAVORED WATER | Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water with these refreshing, healthy flavors! I'm keeping 2-3 flavors of this "spa water" in my fridge now, so I have a variety to motivate me to drink more water. #recipes #diet #hydration #health #wellness

  • Akihiko Ikeda

    DIY Naturally Flavored Herb and Fruit Water Recipes. Lots of tips for making this cheap alternative to soda with simple recipes like: watermelon rosemary, pineapple mint, blackberry sage and others. Recipes and instructions from The Yummy Life here.

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