Fire Cider Recipes

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Extra Tangy Lemonade

“When I add a spoon of honey to my tea, I give thanks to a dozen bees for the work of their whole lives.  When my finger sweeps the final drop of sweetness from the jar, I know we’ve enjoyed the nectar from over a million flowers.  This is what honey is: the souls of flowers, a food to please the gods.  Honeyeaters know that to have a joyful heart one must live life like the bees, sipping the sweet nectar from each moment as it blooms.  And Life, like the world of Honey, has its enchantments and stings…”

– Ingrid Goff-Maidoff  ‘The Honey Sutras”

Lemonade is better sweetened with honey and spiced up with Fire Cider!

Lemonade is better sweetened with honey and spiced up with Fire Cider!

Extra Tangy Lemonade

Recipe by Amy-  for more of Amy’s recipes check out her blog TheCandidaDiaries.wordpress.com

This recipe requires fresh squeezed lemon juice from at least one lemon. For a pint sized drink I like to use 3-4 whole lemons- we regularly have a lot of left over lemons from making a batch of Fire Cider.  So, naturally, we make Fire Cider Lemonade!

Mix the lemon juice in a pint glass with a splash of Fire Cider and raw honey to taste, top with soda water or spring water and stay cool (and hydrated) this summer.

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2 thoughts on “Extra Tangy Lemonade

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