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How do you dry hibiscus flowers for tea?

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Pluck the flowers from hibiscus plant and separate the petals from the green stem which holds them together. Take some newspapers, cookie sheets or window screens, according to your convenience. Spread the petals on the sheet and put them in direct sunlight for a day or two till they dry. Your dried petals for a delicious hibiscus tea are ready.

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One word…Sunlight! :sun_with_face:

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So much effort for a tea! I rather resort to chilled beer

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