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Author Notes: My son Nathaniel is a creative cook (doesn't follow recipes). He likes to forage food from fields and the garden and then experiment. This tea is a lovely tisane. —luvcookbooks
Makes 1 pot of tea
- 5 stems of fresh mint leaves
- 5 stems of fresh lemon balm
- 2 sage leaves
- Put the leaves in a small tea pot (two cups or so). Pour over boiling water and steep for 5-10 minutes. Add milk and honey or lemon if desired, but I love the fragrance and clean taste of the tea as it is.
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