This is delicious! I made my first batch last night and am enjoying my second today. I just got a lot of fresh tulsi from a local farmer which inspired me to look up recipes. I'm so happy I found this, because I know it will become a staple in my home! I used almond milk and honey and it is delicious! Mmmmm, thank you!!!!
Just for a minute or two --DK
You both are my bestest too - but the fact is you dint ask me those questions ;-) Guess you knew I was little wacky right from the start!LOL. Madhu it seems figured that out while we were in school!! I seemed to have that invisible aura around me!!!!!(chortle)
Oh you are a boon! I was breaking my head for DAYS to remember this word "Kaadha". I had read about this process somewhere long back but while making this post I was trying to mention that - but GAWD - couldnt remember the term for the life of me - you are heaven sent. I wouldnt have slept today otherwise!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so relieved. PHEW! And yeah - you are bang on with the taste of food eating with spoon vs hand! The hand somehow manages to make the food all the more tasty!
Yes this tea would be perfect for you now. I had to struggle to keep my Tulsi plant alive. It dint like too hot either, almost withered away which was surprising to me since Indian heat is much much more than here!. Anyways I am no good with plants. Had to lots of pampering and running around moving it to make it grow!. It has survived and its grown quite well. It was a baby when I got it. Yes to the light - It was on purpose - wanted to only showcase the tea and nothing more... Give it more importance among other things that is! Yes- I sure did. I am already on both of them under DK