Multivitamin Powder

Stinging nettles is with every right hated, but they are even any of it most nutritious we can find in our garden.
The nettles are protein rich and contains among other vitamin A and C, iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium. They act as anti-inflammatory, cholesterol lowering, and to strengthen the immune system.

 

I’m tired of the same old nässelsoppan and wanted to try something different.

 

 

Shareholders’ multivitamin powder: 
1 . Picking nettles
If they already have grown big, so just snip off the top, the young leaves.
2. Drought
Spread on a towel and let them be warm and dry for a few days, turn them a few times. You can even put them in the oven at 50 degrees with the door ajar, this takes place just a few hours. The leaves should be crisp and crumble between your fingers (they stop burning when they are dried, typ.)
3. Sort out any stems and grind down the leaves into a powder
For example, food processor or hand blender.
4. Use
to smoothies, in cooking, along with muesli or whatever anytime.
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