crisonthesidelines.wordpress.com may 14, 2009 post
Here are some pictures of how to make Malunggay tea and powder.
Malunggay air drying. This is how I air dry my malunggay. Complete with stalks and placed inside a net bag, hanging in a clothesline at the terrace of our house.
After air drying, I remove the leaves from the stalks and prepare it for grinding.
I use a blender to grind my moringa leaves. You may grind it for a few seconds to make tea, and you make grind it some more to make moringa powder.
This is moringa crushed in a blender. Pour hot water on a teaspoon of this and you may either strain the solids or you may opt to drink all. Anyway the leaves and tiny stalks will serve as fiber for good digestion.
If you want to add the moringa powder to your everyday dishes then the powder form is better since kids will not see the leaves, but still benefit from the nutrients of moringa.
I love to drink moringa tea including the leaves and tiny stalks for fiber.
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