This recipe is from The New Soul Vegetarian Cookbook. My sister-in-law gave it to me. I make this drink whenever anyone has the slightest sign of a cold. The ginger BURNS! But your cold disappears. I am starting to make it daily now, with less ginger, since I noticed that an increase in my ginger intake has been...
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1. Juice the ginger. Each piece is about 6 inches long. (Mine have been much smaller, more like 2 inches each); peeling is optional.

2. Combine all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.

3. Enjoy!

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This recipe is from The New Soul Vegetarian Cookbook. My sister-in-law gave it to me. I make this drink whenever anyone has the slightest sign of a cold. The ginger BURNS! But your cold disappears. I am starting to make it daily now, with less ginger, since I noticed that an increase in my ginger intake has been clearing out my sinuses!

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:) I do love things sweet :) Thanks for the change in size...this is great!

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Sorry about that! I messed up when typing in the recipe! It WAS a misprint on the maple syrup! It is only 1/3 cup!

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I rarely get colds, but whenever I've felt sinusy (is that a word? hehehe) or even just out of sorts I've made a concoction of lemon, honey, ginger and cayenne in hot water... works like a charm. This one sounds great too!

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That was my first response too - 1 cup?? Seriously? I mean, the combo of flavors sounds great and I definitely want to try it. But that HAS to be a misprint, right?

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wowee, 1 cup maple syrup?

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Totally going to try this for my sinus and congestion thats been doing on. Thanks

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