Drying Ginger, Rosehip, Lemon and Mint pulp for “tea” in the dehydrator.
See how you can use the pulp left over at home after making ginger, rosehip, lemon and mint juice: controlled drying in a dehydrator at temperatures between 40ºC and 50ºC.
💯 An effective tea for immunity, for colds and flu, ideal for the cold season 💯
💯 I confess that a tea is obtained, perhaps of a much better quality compared to the situation in which I would dry slices of ginger, rose hips, lemon, mint, … 💯
Ginger, Rosehip, Lemon and Mint pulp drying for “tea”
☕️Ginger pulp tea, rose hips, lemon and fresh mint ☕️
♨️ Dehydrating ginger, rose hips, lemon and fresh mint ♨️
In this video I will show how to prepare the pulp for teas… If you do not have a dehydrator, you can use the oven at the lowest temperature. Some ovens have this function, others don’t. It should be noted that the pulp retains its benefits if it is dried at the lowest possible temperatures.
It can also dry naturally lying on flat surfaces, but you have to rotate it periodically, and the drying time can vary from a few days to a week. However, the optimal solution is the dehydrator, we have a controlled, ventilated environment, with low temperatures of 40-50ºC, the drying time being approximately 6 hours.
→See how I prepared this pulp: https://youtu.be/Xvi-wqTW_UA (Concentrated juice of ginger, rose hips, lemon and mint in ice packs)