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Consider this recipe a three-for-one: You can make as directed for a hot or iced tea; or, you can make a frozen granita by increasing the agave nectar to 1/4 cup, then straining the finished tea, adding 1/4 cup chopped mint, and freezing in a shallow dish. Once it begins to freeze (about 2 hours), scrape it with a fork every 15 minutes until it's completely frozen and crystallized flakes have formed, about 2 more hours.

Source: Body+Soul, May 2010
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  • Alanna Rodgers
    16 JUL, 2012
    Delicious! I live in the Bahamas- it is July here now- and- to say this is refreshing is a drastic understatement. I squeezes some of the lemon juice in for extra flavor- but really a nice way to use fresh mint. Next time, I might try this with watermelon cubes...
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