Ginger and Hibiscus

Break off a chunk of ginger and cut off the hard skin.  Chop the fresh ginger into small pieces and toss into a bowl or large glass that can accommodate very hot or boiling water.  Throw in several dried hibiscus flowers.


Pour hot water over the ginger and hibiscus and let steep for a little while.  Longer if you prefer stronger flavors.



The water will turn a vibrant cranberry color from the hibiscus, and the ginger is good for you.
Strain, and drink warm, or over ice.


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