Thursday, March 21st

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¼ cup raw honey

½ cup lime juice

½ cup tightly packed mint (with stems)

4 cups cold water

Garnish: fresh sprig of mint and lime wedge



  • Mash the mint and honey in a mortar and pestle until is begins to resemble a fluid paste. Pour this delicious mixture into a large glass pitcher or mason jar. Add the freshly squeezed lime juice, cold water, and mix well.
  • Cover and place the mixture into the fridge for a few hours or ideally, overnight. This will allow the flavors to blend and intensify.
  • Strain the liquid using a fine mesh sieve. Serve over crushed ice and garnish with a sprig of mint and a wedge of lime.



  • To make a simple soda, omit 3 cups of water and follow the directions above to create a concentrate. Add a quarter cup of concentrate per 8oz. glass and top with sparkling water.
  • Substitute basil and lemon juice, for the mint and lime. You will love it!



By Jenn Rapske, Holistic Nutrition Consultant at Rooted Nutrition.

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