Strawberry Rose Tea | In A Village

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Sometimes, being a human right’s burden-bearer,

– you need a good cup of tea – and a break.

After coordinating a month’s worth of activities, photography, content, and posts –

– we attempted to upgrade our website.

That update thus far has somehow left three weeks of content – missing.

We lost the content about the posts of dreams, of the Aguas Frescas, cucumbers and several other small things that took a lot of work.

One of the nice things about this month though, was the strawberry mango flavored tea that showed up at a local store.

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We have a post about mango green tea, made from a special tree in the village on our blog already, but this strawberry tea idea was special, too.

After playing around with different ingredients, I created a cup of hopefully healing strawberry tea.

I combined rosehips with dried strawberries, a leaf of holy basil, a teaspoon of poppyseed, a teaspoon of dried apples, and a few dried leaves of hibiscus.

This is a feel-good cup of tea, and the steam helps sore lungs to breath in and drink – if you are suffering from a cold or the flu.  Strawberry Rose Tea is the ante-thesis of a cup of coffee, and great to contemplate our possible next steps – which are always motivated by the goals and needs of the people in the village.

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As always, the best cups of tea are always shared with the ones you love.

I hope we’ll get a chance to share a cup of tea again, soon.  Maybe blueberry tea next time for a lunch date.

Or, get creative, and turn your favorite tea bag into a delicious bowl of soup – like this Chai Butternut Soup from Gimme Some Oven.

Here is the recipe for our simple Strawberry Rose Tea.  Welcome to Pinteresting Against Poverty!

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Question? Comments? What is your favorite warm, comforting drink?

Author: Ada Nicole

A human rights worker in developing nations.

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