Sun Tea

4 Mar

 

Sun Tea

We love using free energy from the sun to brew tea!  It’s energy efficient, plus the tea is never overpowering.

In a glass pitcher, place:

5 tea bags

2 quarts water

We place ours outside in the morning and it is ready by dinner.  How about yours?

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