Dandelion Root Coffee | Pure and Simple Recipes

This one turned out great! Dandelion Root Coffee - after roasting the root (I go by smell and look), I've been simmering it for 6 minutes the first time and 7 minutes for the secondary batch (with the leftover root from the first batch)

This is my step-by-step tutorial on how to make dandelion root tea.  There are many reasons to drink dandelion root tea, and it's fun and easy to dig your own roots, dry them, and make them into a delicious drink – even use it as a coffee substitute! You can use the whole plant: roots for tea, greens for salads and soups, flowers in wine and syrup.

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This is my step-by-step tutorial on how to make dandelion root tea. There are many reasons to drink dandelion root tea, and it's fun and easy to dig your own roots, dry them, and make them into a delicious drink – even use it as a coffee substitute!

One of my favorite hot drinks especially in the morning is dandelion coffee.    Spring is a wonderful time to enjoy this rich, delicious beverage as dandelions are springing up everywhere. You probably picked at least one

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Making Dandelion Coffee (Tea) : Learn how to make delicious dandelion “coffee”, using the roots of the common dandelion. Paul Tappenden from Suburban Foragers takes you step by step through the process from digging the roots to making a cup of coffee. Dandelion coffee (also dandelion tea) is herbal tea often used as a coffee substitute, made from the root […]

Making Dandelion Coffee (Tea) : Learn how to make delicious dandelion "coffee", using the roots of the common dandelion. Paul Tappenden from .

Roasted Dandelion Root “Coffee”.  When brewed properly, dandelion root coffee closely resembles the rich flavor of traditional coffee, and it contains a wealth of vitamins and minerals.

For you coffee drinkers: Roasted Dandelion Root “Coffee”. When brewed properly, dandelion root coffee closely resembles the rich flavor of traditional coffee, and it contains a wealth of vitamins and minerals.

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