I have a question about the recipe "Tea Thyme Soda" from Pinktime
Can you use fresh thyme?
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I've not done so, but I don't see why not. You'll need to use more - 3 to 4 teaspoons of fresh leaves depending on how much thyme flavor you want. If you try it, let me know how it works so I can edit the recipe in the future.
Gingerroot reported making it with fresh thyme, in the comments. I have made it with dried, and I love it and look forward to keeping this around all summer.
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Agree with the above. I still have popsicle freezer molds I used with the son and the daughter when they were little. They make great adult ice sicle tea molds.
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