Sustenance

11 - 09 - 20

This punchy brew is made from your leftover onion skins and two pantry staples: honey and cinnamon. The vitamin content present in onions, especially Vitamin C, helps to nourish your skin, making it healthy and glowing, and is also said to prevent the signs of ageing with inherent free-radicals and sulphur-rich phytochemicals.

And don’t worry, this recipe won't leave you with onion breath — actually once brewed, it could be hard to tell what this tea was made from.

Ingredients

700mls of water
2” knob of ginger (chopped into pieces)
Papery skins from 3 onions
1 stick of cinnamon
1 generous tsp of mānuka honey


Pour water into a medium sized pot.

Add ginger, onions skins and cinnamon and gently simmer for 20 minutes. By this stage it should be a lovely amber colour.

Remove from heat and add Mãnuka honey. If it has a slight bitter taste, add a little more honey. It should be punchy, warming but not too sweet.

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Ingredients

700mls of water
2” knob of ginger (chopped into pieces)
Papery skins from 3 onions
1 stick of cinnamon
1 generous tsp of mānuka honey


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