If you haven’t read my blog called, Eat Your Spring Lawn, start there.
One of my favorite things to make with all the fresh spring plants in my yard is a sun infusion. Here’s how:
Wash thoroughly and place on cutting board.
Chop roughly, called macerating, which helps to release all of the oils and nutrients in the plants. You can use a large knife. I used this pizza cutter.
Add to a large jar and cover with filtered water.
Place in a sunny location for at least 8 hours.
Strain the herbs and enjoy! I like to put my sun infusion in a large jar and keep it in the fridge so I can enjoy it for the next few days.
It’s that easy!
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