>> 4 litres of good quality water
>> 3/4 cup chaga pieces
>> 2 cinnamon sticks
>> 10 clove buds
Place water in a pot, then add the chaga, cinnamon sticks, and clove buds. Simmer one hour. Alternatively, place everything into a crock pot and keep on lowest setting for two to three hours.
Enjoy this during the holiday season or on any cold winter day!
Recipe Courtesy of Valerie Johnstone of Eastern Ontario.
(I wanted to create a fabulous cup of coffee, so I made Valerie's spiced chaga and let it cool. Then I placed this liquid in my coffee maker and made a pot of coffee! If you like coffee - you may love this!)
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