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  1. lizzzarduh
    lizzzarduh says:

    This is great! I saw this recipe on your blog and have been meaning to make it so seeing it live is very helpful. Thank you for such a great idea to use the instant pot! I also buy my turmeric root from Asian markets and I love how much more affordable it is!

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  2. Joann Lakes
    Joann Lakes says:

    Kathy, here's my blend of dry spiced golden milk blend. I drink several cups of golden milk chai tea a day so I make a large batch!

    *My Bulk Golden Milk Powder Mix

    Ingredients
    :
    1 cup Turmeric powder

    ½ cup ginger powder

    ½ cup pumpkin pie spice powder blend

    1 Tbsp nutmeg powder

    1 Tbsp clove powder

    2 Tbsp cardamom powder

    1½ Tsp organic stevia powder

    3 Tbsp monk fruit powder
    or equivalent sweetener of choice
    3-4 Tbsp ground black pepper

    Steps:

    Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix well.

    Storing this spice blend is simple:

    store in an airtight jar or container in a cool dry place until needed. or freeze in an airtight container
    Spices have a long shelf life, this can be kept for up to two or three years.*

    Notes:

    This recipe can be doubled!

    Makes great gifts!

    *Spices don’t necessarily go rancid, or bad, they just lose their flavor potency after time, so use your judgment on the flavor if they’ve been stored for a while (it definitely won’t make you sick to eat spices past their due date, they just may not taste as strong/potent).

    This Golden Milk Spice Mix can also be used in other foods as well: add it to your oatmeal, cookies, cakes, vegetables, curries, soups, stews, or even over tofu, or tempeh. The possibilities are endless!

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  3. Jamie Graff
    Jamie Graff says:

    I have been making a tea concentrate v similar! Instead of cardamom & tumeric I use dried elderberries (Amazon) & whole cloves. It’s delicious! I can’t wait to try your tumeric one. 🙂 So many health benefits in both!

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