As you saw a couple of weeks ago, I discussed how I deal with sickness/nausea, link here. I created this recipe because I personally need it regularly, I cannot wait to try it out when I do feel sick to see if it helps the same or better than normal ginger beer/ale.
Juice of One Lemon
Golden Syrup (I used 1 tbsp and 2tsp)
Work out how much your glass can take by filling it with water to your desired amount and emptying that into a measuring jug.
Zest your ginger into a bowl.
Cut your lemon in half with a small knife and, using your lemon squeezer, squeeze all the juice into your measuring jug, from both halves of the lemon. I didn’t have a lemon squeezer so I just used my hands, I found using a measuring jug good as I found that this stopped the juice from squeezing everywhere.
Divide the full amount that your glass can take by four. And fill your ginger bowl with that much water. Mix the two together with a spoon until the water turns a solid yellow colour.
Add your ginger water to your lemon juice. Now, you can either pour this through a sieve if you don’t want any pulp or you can simply spoon out as much pulp as you can, I did the latter.
Pick the seeds out of your lemon juice and set aside into a spare bowl.
Add water to your measuring jug until it reaches your desired amount and mix together.
Add golden syrup to taste (I used a tablespoon and two teaspoon) and mix for a final time.
Pour into your glass. You can also run the juice through a sieve to get rid of any bits if you prefer.
Feel free to add more at the end if you would like the ginger taste to be stronger.
Serve and Enjoy!
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