This video shows you how
This video shows you how to make rosehip tea from BOTH fresh & dried rose hips. Then I show you how to dry rose hips for preservation so you can enjoy rosehip tea any season.
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HOW TO MAKE ROSEHIP TEA CONCENTRATE:
3 quarts water
3 cups fresh rose hips
Bring water to a boil. Add the rose hips then turn the stove down to a simmer.
Simmer for 30 minutes. Next, turn off stove, cover with a lid and let stand overnight (not in fridge). The next morning, bring to a low simmer again on the stove. Simmer for an additional 30 minutes. Turn off and let stand until it cools naturally to room temp. Pour off into jars and place in the fridge. This tea will preserve in the fridge for months!
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Oh why didn’t I use them before. What a waste
It is December in California and my rose hips are deep red but never get juicy any time of year. Can they still be used?
This is exactly what I needed. To the point, and answered my questions.
Does the tiny hair in the rosehip make it itch?..xx
Can’t we drink rose hip tea with milk? Please respond.
We show you how to pick
We show you how to pick and eat rosehips straight from the hedge. Learn how to avoid the irritating seeds and hairs and enjoy tasty fresh fruit in winter with this simple method. Roeships make a great wild food that can be foraged right into December. This little known trick is easy once you know how.
Rosehips taste great and they're packed with vitamin c.
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Great tips, thanks!
Feels strange to have to leave the seeds. Also what can we do with hard rose hips? Can’t they be used in cooking or best left to ripen / soften and then be eaten raw the way you have here?
Can you eat any rosehip or just the dog rose species?
Love them.We made jam this year and it is fab
The very first seconds of the video looks a bit nasty :D, I mean the pressing out part. BUT!!!! then after you try it, you realise it is a burst of not so common taste, which is something sweet, something sourish. But it does really taste amazing (even as we did today - to chew it all without the tip and than spitting out the seeds, it was not irritant, or only mildly). The rosehipis have to be after first frosts, that is the point!
We have tried it today for the very first time (28yo) and it was worth of trying!
What is more, I think it was in the times of WW II, when rosehips was recognized and recommended in the former Nazi Germany as a great cure. Give it a try! Greetings from Slovakia (where rosehips are ubiquitous :) as well as in other parts of world )
Some of you may not know
Some of you may not know that you can eat rose hips but you can, after taking out the seeds and making sure that those tiny hairs like glass fibers have been removed otherwise you will get a sore throat for a week or two! But don't let that put you off as the flavor is great, sweet and fruity and you can't miss them now in the hedge, full of vitamins as well! Please join me on Facebook and subscribe to these two channels:
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All that Vitamin C and you are still sick lol
I thought you had to cook them
Useful trick to know, in case I try to eat some rose hips in the future - and it looks like I've found some.
Funny everyone says the hairs are so irritating. I eat them right off the plant without preparation, seeds and all (which some people also say are inedible - cyanide). Research actually says cyanide from seeds can actually be good for you and I believe I have read it's used as a cancer treatment, can't remember specifically, look it up if you're interested. So, the rose hip hairs... Anyone ever had a problem with them? What's it feel like, stomach or mouth irritation? I don't know I've ever eaten more than 5 hips in one sitting since they're seedy.
good to know about the hairs, thanks for the information :)