Has anyone made this?? Do you strain the carrot and daikon after you boil it?? I made this a week ago [without straining] and thought it tasted horrible, but I also thought it helped. My thought was - I made it wrong. Any suggestions??? I want to make sure I'm making this right.
Hi Jamie,I'm on my 3rd day of drinking this tea. I fortunately love the taste. If you're making it according to Alicia's recipe, you drink it and eat the pulp. I started on Fri with the tea and the superhero vegan plan. I don't know what is helping what but I'm feeling great. Good luck.
Hi Mel, my first cup I grated the carrot and diakon on a plate to measure out how much would make 1/2 cup each. I just used a hand held grater (one I use to grate parmesan cheese with). Now I just put water in the pot and grate over top. Good luck.
Hi Cheryl, I found mine at the grocery store under the name Lo Bok (chinese radish). At first I didn't know what I was looking for, so I did a google search and realized that it has other names. Also helped to see what it looked like. Good luck.
Cheryl, sometimes it looks like a white(or pale yellow) huge cucumber or a carrot if it's got the leaves on it still it could be in your produce section called a Japanese white radish or radish daikon, or even East Asian Radish