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Ginger tea (Saenggangcha:생강차)

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Published on Jul 7, 2012

How to make ginger tea (saenggangcha).
http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/saengg... : The full recipe including traditional version is on my website!

Having a cup of hot ginger tea at lunchtime has been a part of my routine for a few months now. Not only do I enjoy the taste but it always soothes my stomach and makes me feel relaxed and comfortable. When I researched the health benefits of ginger, I found evidence that ginger can cure nausea, headaches, migraines, stomach congestion, flu... many different ailments! It sounds like a panacea!

I don't know if it can sure all those things, all I know is that it always makes me feel good. I've been developing my own variation on traditional Korean saenggangcha so I decided to share it with you. This might be the simplest recipe on my website! It calls for very few ingredients: ginger and honey. That's all you need! Don't forget to float several pine nuts on the tea.

Enjoy my hot tea, pulp and pine nuts!

And just in case you don't like pulp, I'm posting the traditional saenggangcha recipe, too.

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