|On Tea and Healthy Living|
|by Penelope Sachs|
Leading naturopath and herbalist Penelope Sach provides a fascinating exploration of tea, its history and its uses.
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Enjoy a taste ... made with canned peaches, providing vitamins ... of peaches. Set peach purée aside in ... can) peach purée, strawberries and sugar. Fill ... rum contributes more calories. e
Combine in saucepan ... Jello, cool. Add strawberries or peaches to mixture, saving ... Pour into baked pie shell and cover with rest of glaze. Refrigerate.
Cream cheese with ... pie shell. Cut peaches in small pieces ... this. Put the strawberries on top of ... strawberries on top. Serve the pie with Cool Whip.
Crust: Crush graham ... Top: Place sliced peaches or strawberries on filling. Make ... thickened, pour over fresh fruit. Chill until served. 16 servings.
In small bowl, ... Stir in the strawberries, including juice ... most of the peaches in the bottom ... least 2 hours. If kept longer - cover with saran wrap.
Mix and place ... crust. Cover with fresh peaches or strawberries. Mix cornstarch with water to thicken; add sugar and Jello. Chill and pour over fruit.
Boil sugar and ... package strawberry Jello (peach). Cool. Bake ... Put 4 cups strawberries (peaches) in cooled ... certain all are covered. Refrigerate.
Cut peaches into 1 inch ... in remaining sugar, strawberries and lemon juice. ... spooned on a chilled plate, about 1 hour. Ladle preserves into 3 pint jars.
Mix crust ingredients ... cup of the strawberries or peaches and 3/4 cup ... freeze. Always work with COLD dough. Roll on generously floured pastry cloth.
Measure strawberries and place in ... pounds fully ripe peaches. Crush thoroughly. ... quickly into hot sterilized glasses. Paraffin. Makes 8 (6 oz.) glasses.
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