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Don’t Like The “Taste” Of Water? Want A Delicious And Equally Hydrating Substitute? I have Ten Ideas For You . . .

Hydration Recipe: Tasty Hydrating Teas

You may not love the taste (or lack thereof) of plain water. One thing you can do is add some sliced or frozen fruit to your water. Since we learned that you could hydrate just as well with other water-containing beverages, here are some of my favorite herbal teas you can drink hot or cold.

What You May Want To Try – hydratingtea

● Hibiscus
● Lemon
● Peppermint
● Rooibos
● Chamomile
● Lavender
● Ginger
● Lemon Balm
● Rose Hips
● Lemon Verbena

Putting It Together –

Hot tea – Place tea bags in a pot (1 per cup) and add boiling water. Steep for 5 minutes and add a touch of honey and slice of lemon, if desired. Serve.

Iced tea – Place tea bags in a pot (2 per cup) and add boiling water. Steep for 5 minutes and add a touch of honey, if desired. Chill. Add ice to a glass and fill with cold tea.

Tip: Freeze berries in your ice cubes to make your iced tea more beautiful and nutritious.

Serve & enjoy!

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