Refreshing lemon-parsley beverage
|AUTHOR:||Dr. Alisa Palatronis||PUBLISHED:||February 23 , 2022|
|SOURCE:||www.z-antenna.com||LENGTH:||2 minutes (300 words).|
“a fresh day starts with a fresh juice!”
I always start a day with a cup of my-made Crystal clear water. Time to time a cup of Lemon greens follows and after 15-30-45 min it makes wonders to my digestion, literally.
Ingredients for 1 portion:
- 1-2 lemons
- parsley leaves, handful
- honey, 1 tsp (optional)
- water, 350 ml or 1.5 cup
How to make it:
- Squeeze lemons and cut parsley leaves
- Mix in a blender all ingredients for 1 min at a medium speed
- Let it sit for a while to separate a juice drink from a foam
- Strain a juice drink. Its ready!
Warning for those who try to conceive
Read my article about 3 common herbs which may disturb fertility (including parsley)
ZERO WASTE OPTION!
- lemon peels may be used for a sink refresher Le-la aroma in a kitchen
- green waste may be used for Bokashi compost and Bokashi fertilizer
Lemon greens juicee provides a dose of freshness to my day
First time I tried a similar drink in one Krakow restaurant in 2019 and was just amazed about a tonic and refreshing effect it had. Well, my version is much more green in color probably because I am using a blender and bigger portion of parsley. Sometimes I drink it without straining, but strained version is definitely better.
About my Bokashi composting set
My post about Bokashi composting set is based on my personal experience with it. My garden was thriving with a help of Bokashi compost and fertilizer I used. It was a time when I lived in a warm climate and had a huge balcony.
If some of my readers would be interested, I bought my Bokashi on Amazon.
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