Dehydrate Your Way to Green Powder | Sometimes, the growing mound of greens going unused in the crisper drawer of my fridge can get overwhelming. I know I can freeze them for smoothies down the road, but I have an even better way of preserving the them -- I turn them into nutritious green powder which I can then add to countless dishes (even on the sly). | GNOWFGLINS
How to Dehydrate Greens & Make Homemade Green Powder
So simple and SUCH a money saver! At Whole Foods you can pay upwards of $50 for a small bag of "super food" powders! No joke! I made my own organic spinach green powder today! In the oven, bc I don't have a dehydrator. Put the oven on "warm" for about 2 hours and voila! Throw the crispy leaves into the food processor and I have my own green powder! I can't wait to get more amazing leafy greens to add to my collection.
How to make green superfood powder for smoothies - perfect for making healthy green smoothies with kale, spinach, and other greens without taking up your entire fridge or letting your greens get slimy and rotted.
Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage! It's slightly tannic and grassy with water alone — so you can definitely add sugar, honey, agave as well as the milk of your choice to make it smoother and sweeter.
What is Matcha? Matcha actually means "powder tea" and is exactly that, a vibrant green powder with amazing health benefits, originating in Japan. When ordering traditional green tea, the leaves are steeped in hot water, served, and discarded. Matcha on
There is something wonderfully ceremonial about making tea, especially matcha, or finely ground Japanese green tea. Making matcha is a little more complicated than dipping a tea bag into hot water; the emerald-green powder is quickly whisked into a frothy, thick brew. Much like whipping cream, the trick requires a little bit of practice, but we've rounded up a few methods with pictures to help you develop matcha with a beautiful layer of foam.