advice on tumeric ginger mylk
this drink is a slight riff on a golden mylk recipe. to spice it up i used some ginger//cardamon//star anise//and cloves to give it a more chai-vibe. i made this tonic before sitting down to do some embroidery and the combo made for a lovely afternoon pick-me up. let's talk embroidery for a minute- it's a pretty easy hobby to drop into as the supplies cost very little - around $20 bucks. you can pretty much teach yourself by finding youtube vids, my mom also gave me some old embroidery books of hers, which provide great inspo, but i find the videos a little easier to follow. above is a little embroidery experimentation, some monogram action. i hope to do some denim embroidery like this soon. i've got a long way to go.
drink when your feeling a little down to bring you back up (started from the bottom now we here). once cooled it will keep in the fridge for a day or two so you can reheat when desired.
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makes enough for 2 cups
1 can of unsweetened coconut milk
1 1 inch knob of tumeric freshly grated
1 1 inch knob of ginger freshly grated
4 cardamon pods
1 star anise pod
pinch of fresh cracked black pepper
1 tablespoon of raw honey
in a medium sauce pan heat coconut milk, turmeric, ginger, cardamon, cloves, star anise, and pepper on medium-low for about 20 minutes. you want the mixture to simmer but not boil. to serve remove from heat and add honey. strain out the spices and drink. cheers to your health!