Native American Traditional Food – Winter Green Tea

Published on January 27, 2012 by Casey

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Winter Green Tea
Winter Green Tea

Winter Green Tea

Native Americans also like to drink tea. There are many different types of Native American tea. Some types are swamp tea, mountain mint, flute mint, and eastern mint. Popular teas are clover tea and wintergreen tea. Wintergreen tea has a familiar flavor, found in gum and in toothpaste.

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In the winter the plant may be covered with snow. It can be hard to find the wintergreen plant in the city. The dried leaves of the plant can fill the air with a minty smell.

If you get wintergreen tea, warm the tea by setting it in a pan of hot water. Once you are done the tea will have a strong minty taste. You should try to taste the wintergreen tea. As soon as I can find it I am going to taste it myself. It sounds like the tea will be delicious.

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