Saturday, July 11, 2015
When the blossoms were clean, we laid them out on the dhydrater trays in a single layer.
I set the dehydrater for 95 degrees, for 12 hours.
When I checked them the next day, the centers were still a bit damp, so I put them on for an additional 12 hours.
And filled a half gallon mason jar.
I don't care for the flavor of chamomile tea by itself, so I've been adding a few of the blossoms to pots of other herbal tea. I've since dehydrated some mint varieties from the garden, raspberry leaves and lemon rinds. I enjoy throwing handfuls of this and that into the tea pot and coming up with interesting flavors.