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JDCMB's Happy Antioxidant Tea

As so many of you enjoyed the JDCMB Summer Cooler, here's another recipe, this time for a cheering cuppa on a less sweltering sort of day. This was given to me by the spouse of one of my recent interviewees and I am very grateful to her because it cheers me up every time I make it. And goodness knows we all need cheering influences at the moment. JDCMB Happy Antioxidant TeaRemove the peel from, and chop up into smallish pieces, in quantities depending on your taste for nippy ginger:A piece of turmeric rootA piece of ginger rootPut the pieces in a saucepan with a teapotful of water.
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