Ginger Tea Recipe

Looking for a drink that will spice the day up or even change the whole life? Let’s make a ginger tea that’s been always on our path!

The only way to permanently change a state is to stop doing the thing that lead to the state where we don’t want to be anymore. This statement is true for anything in our universe, including us in it.

How has everything started?

According to our best knowledge that is based on the most recent available scientific information, our universe once was a big pile of closely packed thing. Much like the balls are on a set pool table (or our belly after an unrestricted festive season).

It seems that someone wasn’t really happy about that pile of things, so things got blown up and everything in there shot out from that spot. Similarly, as balls on a pool table, matter started to whirl and knock around, forming galaxies, stars and planets (many of us aren’t surprised about how quickly big masses can be formed when things getting out of control).

Unfortunately or maybe not, our universe hasn’t found the walls that a pool table has, so all the things in it is continuously going into the direction they started out a couple of billions of years ago.

What’s the tea-ory?

Interestingly, the theory of continuously expanding universe has one very interesting fact that is worth more expanding about. Namely that we know that our universe is expanding because all the things in it can be traced back to the single point where there were originally that is the center of our universe.

In this way we can see our past as much as we can see how the pool balls came to the place where they are after they got hit. Some people who are trained at this -like professional pool players- can even see where things will be on a pool table before they hit the ball. Afterall it’s just elementary math that computers has been able to simulate for decades now.

The really fascinating thing is that if we were trained at planetary pool or had a supercomputer that can do it for us then we could see what lays ahead us in the future, much like we can see it at a pool table.

How to look into our future tea party?

The little disheartening thing is that even though we don’t know about it, our path is laid before us and we can’t do anything about it only walking on it (or rather spinning and whirling). What’s more intricate in this theory is that everything is direct consequence of the initial big bang even life itself.

So that reading these lines or writing them is not a consequence of random colliding of events but a linear thing that can be traced back to a single spot in billions of years ago therefore could be seen from the past and if we had the computing power, we could see what’s going to happen after it.

Is our tea already served then?

Of course, this theory didn’t take into account quantum physics which does so bizarre things as we do just to get slim after a month of carbs binging. So, there is hope for those who like to think that life is as random as our afternoon snacks but the rest of us are forced to take the path that is appointed for them.

Which is, stop eating crappy food and expect that miracle cures like ginger tea will slim us down overnight. Anytime we are at a crossroad in our life, take a deep breath and look back on the road we have come to this point. That road has lead us here and made us who we are.

We know where that road leads us so if we are happy just make a tea, sit back and enjoy the ride. But if we know that our path must lead elsewhere then better invite the Cheshire cat to our tea party and hope that Schrödinger was right!

How many ways to make ginger tea?

Making ginger tea is the same process as making any other tea. More precisely we need to boil hot water and soak the ginger in it until we feel like it hit the strength we like. There is two main methods of doing it with various advantages and caveats in both.

The simplest method needs only a knife to slice the ginger root up while the more resource hungry process requires a shredder. The advantages of slicing are that we can easily remove the pieces of ginger from the water once we had enough of them, but we need to soak them for a longer time.

Grating on the other hand will release the aroma of the ginger quicker, reducing the soaking time but it’s a pain to remove the floating pieces of ginger from the liquid if we haven’t used a tea egg or stuck without a sieve. Not to mention that we have to take care of the cleaning of the grater and the kitchen counter too.

Of course, it’s always an option to just leave the floating pieces of ginger in the tea and enjoy an occasional bite. Hopefully we can get away with this much, even on intermittent fasting Afterall it’s just a tea.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom

Ingredients

  • 1 oz / 30g Ginger (strong)
  • 1 Lemon
  • 2 qt / 2L Water

How to make Ginger tea

  1. Slice the ginger and the lemon.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  2. Add them into a pot and fill it up with water.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  3. Place the lid on and bring it to boil.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  4. When it starts to boil take it off heat and let it sit for 10 minutes with lid on.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  5. Remove the pieces of lemon and ginger.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  6. Serve ginger tea into cups.Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom

Enjoy!

Ginger Tea Recipe

Looking for a drink that will spice the day up or even change the whole life? Let's make a ginger tea that's been always on our path!
Course Drinks
Cuisine Dairy free, Gluten free, Keto, Low carb recipe, Sugar free recipe
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Resting time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 10
Author SunCakeMom

Ingredients

  • 1 oz / 30g Ginger strong
  • 1 Lemon
  • 2 qt / 2L Water

Instructions

  • Slice the ginger and the lemon.
    Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  • Add them into a pot and fill it up with water.
    Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  • Place the lid on and bring it to boil.
    Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  • When it starts to boil take it off heat and let it sit for 10 minutes with lid on.
    Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  • Remove the pieces of lemon and ginger.
    Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom
  • Serve ginger tea into cups.
    Ginger tea recipe - SunCakeMom

Notes

Enjoy!

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