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late last summer when its super busy here I couldn't keep up with my water kefir batches and unfortunately let the grains die  but I'm back on the kefir train and have been brewing up my favorite flavors: root beer (shown here) lemon-gingerade blood orange and best of all hibiscus (aka sorrel) lemon ginger. You can find my water kefir tutorial to get you started and all of these recipes in the blog archives  #waterkefir  #probiotics #fermentation #foodinjars #guthealth #naturalsoda #fareisle

late last summer when its super busy here I couldn't keep up with my water kefir batches and unfortunately let the grains die but I'm back on the kefir train and have been brewing up my favorite flavors: root beer (shown here) lemon-gingerade blood orange and best of all hibiscus (aka sorrel) lemon ginger. You can find my water kefir tutorial to get you started and all of these recipes in the blog archives #waterkefir #probiotics #fermentation #foodinjars #guthealth #naturalsoda #fareisle

Hibiscus Tea Organic Hibiscus tea is also known under names such as Egyptian Red Tea, Karkade, Roselle and Red Sorrel. It makes an intense, beautiful red flavoured brew with a tantalising, sweet acidity and fruity flavour. Refreshingly delicious both hot and chilled. Use a teaspoon-full of leaves for each cup, brew for 3-5 minutes in hot water. Strain off the leaves, enjoy as it is or with added honey or sugar for a sweeter brew. Free from caffeine, artificial flavouring, colourings and…

Hibiscus Tea Organic Hibiscus tea is also known under names such as Egyptian Red Tea, Karkade, Roselle and Red Sorrel. It makes an intense, beautiful red flavoured brew with a tantalising, sweet acidity and fruity flavour. Refreshingly delicious both hot and chilled. Use a teaspoon-full of leaves for each cup, brew for 3-5 minutes in hot water. Strain off the leaves, enjoy as it is or with added honey or sugar for a sweeter brew. Free from caffeine, artificial flavouring, colourings and…

Gongura,known as Roselle, is tangy and sour leaf.Gongura (Hibiscus Sabdariffa) leaves – the most popular dish in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India. Gongura leaves are widely used in Andhra Pradesh.Gongura known as Jamaican sorrel leaves in carribean countries, as Roselle, florida cranberries in western countries. It is known as ambadi or pulicha keerai, LalChatni, Kutrum, Tengamora, Aamelli, Pundi Palle, Pitwaa, Taka bhendi, Khata Palanga, Kotrum, Mestapat, Amaari in other parts of India.

Gongura,known as Roselle, is tangy and sour leaf.Gongura (Hibiscus Sabdariffa) leaves – the most popular dish in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India. Gongura leaves are widely used in Andhra Pradesh.Gongura known as Jamaican sorrel leaves in carribean countries, as Roselle, florida cranberries in western countries. It is known as ambadi or pulicha keerai, LalChatni, Kutrum, Tengamora, Aamelli, Pundi Palle, Pitwaa, Taka bhendi, Khata Palanga, Kotrum, Mestapat, Amaari in other parts of India.

3,392 Likes, 10 Comments - contact@theplateform.com (@chefsplateform) on Instagram: “hibiscus baba | lychee sorbet | lychee cake | mango sphere | hibiscus meringue | red sorrel. By…”

3,392 Likes, 10 Comments - contact@theplateform.com (@chefsplateform) on Instagram: “hibiscus baba | lychee sorbet | lychee cake | mango sphere | hibiscus meringue | red sorrel. By…”

Not to be confused with the vegetable of the same name from temperate countries, sorrel is a favourite West Indian drink for Christmas and New Year. Actually it’s more of a spiced, iced tea, as the juice is drawn from the red sepals of the Roselle plant (Hibiscus sabdariffa) which is commonly called sorrel in the Caribbean.   This drink is a favourite with children to whom the task of ‘picking’ sorrel (removing the red sepals from the prickly seed) is often given. The drink is usually…

Not to be confused with the vegetable of the same name from temperate countries, sorrel is a favourite West Indian drink for Christmas and New Year. Actually it’s more of a spiced, iced tea, as the juice is drawn from the red sepals of the Roselle plant (Hibiscus sabdariffa) which is commonly called sorrel in the Caribbean. This drink is a favourite with children to whom the task of ‘picking’ sorrel (removing the red sepals from the prickly seed) is often given. The drink is usually…

Cranberry hibiscus (Hibiscus acetosella) is an angiosperm of the genus Hibiscus L. or rosemallow. The word acetosella is of Latin origin and is derived from an old name for sorrel (Oxalis) which comes from the sour taste experienced when eating the young leaves of the plant.Hibiscus acetosella is also known colloquially as African rosemallow, false roselle, maroon mallow, cranberry hibiscus, red leaved hibiscus, and red shield hibiscus. It is one of the approximately 200–300 species that…

Cranberry hibiscus (Hibiscus acetosella) is an angiosperm of the genus Hibiscus L. or rosemallow. The word acetosella is of Latin origin and is derived from an old name for sorrel (Oxalis) which comes from the sour taste experienced when eating the young leaves of the plant.Hibiscus acetosella is also known colloquially as African rosemallow, false roselle, maroon mallow, cranberry hibiscus, red leaved hibiscus, and red shield hibiscus. It is one of the approximately 200–300 species that…

Jamaican Sorrel,Hibiscus, Florida Cranberry, Karkadi 30 seeds  / tea

Jamaican Sorrel,Hibiscus, Florida Cranberry, Karkadi 30 seeds / tea

Hibiscus is slightly acidic making this a vibrant red sweet and tangy jelly.  Can be used to ice tea, top toast, pancakes, ice cream added to margaritas, martinis or drinks that calls for simple syrup try this jelly, Glaze grilled chicken or pork. The possibilities are endless. Is high in vitamin C and is a natural diuretic. It is sometimes recommended by Mexican herbalists as a remedy for high blood pressure. Hibiscus flowers also known as roselle or rozelle, sorrel, red sorrel, saril…

Hibiscus is slightly acidic making this a vibrant red sweet and tangy jelly. Can be used to ice tea, top toast, pancakes, ice cream added to margaritas, martinis or drinks that calls for simple syrup try this jelly, Glaze grilled chicken or pork. The possibilities are endless. Is high in vitamin C and is a natural diuretic. It is sometimes recommended by Mexican herbalists as a remedy for high blood pressure. Hibiscus flowers also known as roselle or rozelle, sorrel, red sorrel, saril…

Badia Hibiscus Tea/Sorrel (3 Pack) 75 Bags(Natural Antioxidant) -- You can get more details by clicking on the image.

Badia Hibiscus Tea/Sorrel (3 Pack) 75 Bags(Natural Antioxidant) -- You can get more details by clicking on the image.

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