What is – dandelion coffee substitute ?
Harvesting dandelion roots requires differentiating ‘true’ dandelions (Taraxacum spp.) from other yellow daisy-like flowers such as catsear and hawksbeard. True dandelions have a ground-level rosette of deep-toothed leaves and hollow straw-like stems. Large plants that are 3–4 years old, with taproots approximately 0.5 inch (13 mm) in diameter, are harvested for dandelion coffee. These taproots are similar in appearance to pale carrots.
After harvesting, the dandelion roots are dried, chopped, and roasted. They are then ground into granules which are steeped in boiling water to produce dandelion coffee.
Packaged dandelion root coffee
Dandelion coffee is said to be a good tonic for the liver. A bitter tonic made from the dandelion root is also used as a laxative.Dandelion tea is also currently being researched for cancer treatment. more info And } dandelion coffee substitute brands .google
dandelion coffee substitute – Recipe’s
Good morning Pumpkin Spice Latte smoothies
- ADD 1 CUP warm/ hot dandelion coffee substitute
- 1 cup can Pumpkin
- Pumpkin pie Spice
- 1 – more cup of hot/warm homemade apple juice
- ADD 3-more tablespoon OF COCONUT MIK oe any milk
then Blinder all mix it and enjoy of Autumn
1 big slice apple