“a fresh day starts with a fresh drink!”
I always start a day with a cup of my-made Crystal clear water. A cup of Lemon greens follows and after 15-30-45 min it makes wonders to my digestion, literally.
Ingredients for 1 portion:
- lemon, 1 or 1.5 piece
- parsley leaves, handful
- honey, 1 table spoon
- water, 350 ml or 1.5 cup (its the same volume in different measuring systems)
How to make it:
- squeeze lemons and cut the greens in medium-sized pieces
- 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 and its ready!
How I drink it:
I sit down and relax in my favorite chair, than swallow Lemon greens in a small amount little by little, no hurry here:). Keeping my time and just relaxing after for few minutes.
What Im doing with lemon peels and greens’ waste:
- lemon peels will be used for kitchen sink refreshment Le-la aroma
- greens’ waste will be used for Bokashi compost and Bokashi brew
Lemon greens drink gives a dose of freshness to my mouth, and to my day too:)
First time I tried a similar drink in one Krakow restaurant and was just amazed about a tonic and refreshing effect it had. Well, my version is much more green in colour probably because I am using a blender and bigger portion of greens. Sometimes I drink it without straining, but I noticed my digestive system works much better with a strained version.
About my Bokashi composting set
I wrote the post about my Bokashi composting set and you may find it by clicking on the link Bokashi – my organic composting at home. My Bokashi composting set is in the action all year round!
If some of my readers would be interested, I bought my Bokashi online:Skaza Bokashi Organko Set (2 x 16 L) | 2 Composters from Recycled Plastic | Starter Set for Kitchen & Garden Composting | with EM Bokashi Bran 1 kg (Black-Green)
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This blog post is NOT SPONSORED. I purchased the Bokashi set mentioned in this post myself and feel very satisfied with this product and its positive impact to my garden.