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1. Gather the ingredients

Fennel & Citrus:

  • a bunch of fennel seeds
  • half a lemon
  • a few mint leaves
  • filtered water

Apple & Cinnamon:

  • 1 red apple
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 2 tbs of cinnamon
  • filtered water

Pear & Rosemary:

  • 1 pear
  • a bunch of rosemary
  • filtered water

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2. Infuse the fennel seeds

To make the Fennel & Citrus water, first smash and infuse a handful of fennel seeds in 1 liter of boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Allow to cool.

Infused Water Drinks, pear & rosemary, apple & cinnamon, fennel & citrus water, daily hydratation, tasty water, healthy water

3. Make the fennel & citrus water

Pour the fennel seeds water into a jar and add chopped fennel pieces, the juice of half a lemon and chopped mint leaves. Stir and leave in the fridge overnight.

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4. Make the apple & cinnamon water

These other two are easier. Cut the apple into cubes or thin slices, add it to a jar filled with filtered water and add 2 cinnamon sticks together with 2 tbs of ground cinnamon. Stir and leave in the fridge overnight.

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5. Make the pear & rosemary water

Cut the pear into cubes and add it to a jar filled with filtered water and rosemary sticks. Stir and leave in the fridge overnight.

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6. Enjoy

To drink this delicious vegetable and fruit infused water, strain when you serve. And if you want, refill the jar with more water so the mix lasts longer!

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