Summer afternoons are perfect for this Ginger Mint Sun Tea. And it doesn't get much easier in terms of preparation then making this sort of tea. Grab a quart mason jar, your favorite tea, some sprigs of mint, some diced ginger, add some water and let the sun do the rest. A few hours later and you'll be sipping delicious sun tea...preferably poolside, but a rocking chair on a shaded porch works as well. And enjoy your beverage free of guilt, tea has a lot of great health benefits!
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How to Make Sun Tea (Even If You Don't Have a Sun Tea Jar)
I'm on Weight watchers & drinking more water & ice tea. My students asked me for my ice tea recipe: One family size black tea bag, one family size green tea bag, & 2 constant comment tea bags in a large sun tea jar. I fill it up in the morning, let it sit in the sun on my counter, & enjoy it that night. I first had Constant Comment when I lived out in Newport, R.I. & often think of my friends there.
"SUN PICKLES", so easy to make. Very Crispy and good...Recipe as follows: SUN PICKLES 6 1/2 c. water 3 1/4 c. white vinegar 1/2-2/3 c. pickling salt 3 tsp. alum 1 clove garlic Fresh dill Cucumbers, enough to fill jar Pack dill and cucumbers in 1 gallon jar (sun tea jar). Add garlic, then add other ingredients. Set in sun (outside) for 6 days,7 days if cloudy. Bring in and refrigerate.