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The only thing better than iced tea on a hot, summer day is iced tea made from the herbs in your garden on a hot, summer day. Here’s how to make this easy, caffeine-free thirst quencher.

  • Cut five, eight-inch stalks of fresh mint. Any type of mint— pepper, chocolate, pineapple, lemon—will do. A mix is even better. If you don’t have mint in the garden, a package from the grocery store will suffice.



  • Boil about two litres of water.



  • Add two tablespoons of honey and the mint stalks to a pitcher. Fill with boiling water.



  • Let it steep for 10 minutes then cool with ice cubes and some time in the fridge.



  • Add the juice from a lemon and extra lemon wedges, to taste.



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