Chef Markus Mueller
Learn how to make chaga tea at home, with this guide covering everything from foraging to brewing. Chaga tea makes a great healthy alternative to coffee!
6 oz servings
Large Batch Stove Top Method
Small Batch Steep Method
Dried Ground Chaga
Select 4 to 5 individual chaga chunks to add to a pot filled with 4 cups (1 litre) of water.
(Optional): If making a small batch of tea use 3 - 4 tsp of ground chaga powder in a tea ball or steeper, in an individual mug or bodum style tea pot.
Slowly bring the pot to a simmer, and simmer the tea for a minimum of 15 minutes. If brewing large batches of tea, simmer the pot for 2 to 3 hours.
Strain the chaga chunks from the tea, and serve the tea hot immediately. It may be sweetened with honey, maple syrup,. Even milk can be added to the chaga tea to substitute your morning coffee.
Refrigerate any leftover tea and use within 7 days. The tea may be drank cold (iced) or re-heated.
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Chaga Tea https://www.earthfoodandfire.com/brewing-chaga-tea/ September 20, 2018