Plain water is great but here are a couple of refreshing drinks I've made that are tasty and refreshing.flavored cold tea
- Drop 4 tea bags in a pitcher and fill with water. Let it sit overnight. I use 2 decaf green tea bags and 2 of the Celestial Seasoning Zinger bags. These have no caffeine and are fruit-flavored. Ice cold from the fridge with maybe a twist of lemon! No caffeine, no sugar, no artificial sweeteners.cucumber mint lime drink
- (This takes more work but definitely worth it, so I make a lot at one time.) Puree clean and half-peeled cukes and a bunch of washed fresh mint and the juice of a whole lime or two until pulverized. Strain this into a pitcher. (I use a cheese cloth over a large strainer so I can squeeze it tightly. If you can find a use for the pulp, that's great! I've eaten spoons of it. I wonder if it can marinate chicken?) Fill the pitcher up with water - the amount adjusted to the amount you squeezed out. So now you have a light green lime cucumber mint drink. Serve your guests a glass with fresh mint sprigs or a twist of lemon or lime.
Laniemoderatordiabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
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Post Edited (Lanie G) : 7/31/2019 4:11:02 PM (GMT-6)