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I have always wanted to make turmeric lattes.

Since I regularly make my non caffeinated chai with turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, dried chaga and reishi mushrooms, and other spices, today felt like the day to make turmeric lattes.

Turmeric’s super anti-inflammatory properties activates when cooked with black pepper, and a fat. My homemade organic hazelnut milk was the perfect healthy fat and base for the turmeric latte.

Tasty turmeric has other health benefits. It is an anti-oxidant, aids in digestion and alleviates joint stiffness. That is why I like to incorporate turmeric in warm drinks and meals.  

How to Make a Turmeric Latte

First, I grated organic, local turmeric into a sauce pan. Then I added ground nutmeg, cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper and warmed the spices in my homemade hazelnut milk.

Sweeten to taste with your choice of raw honey, maple sugar or maple syrup for a delicious hot and healthy beverage.

Also, you can use other milks: coconut, cow, goat, oat, almond among other organic dairy, nut and seed milk varieties.

My daughters and I drank our turmeric lattes with our lunch: Teff and lentil vegetable loaf served with a side of homemade sauerkraut.

How delicious, quick and easy it is to make! 

And now, Turmeric Lattes have been added to my winter drink repertoire. 

 

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