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Blueberry, Sumac & Juniper Preserve by Chef Jonathan Chovancek
3 cups British Columbia blueberries
3 ¼ cups sugar
1 cup water
2 Tbsp juniper berries
½ tsp sumac
2 Tbsp Namasthé Hibiscus Love Tea
pinch citric acid (lemon juice)
1. Crush the juniper berries and combine with the sumac and tea.
2. Let steep 40 minutes and strain.
3. Return to simmer and pour over top blueberries.
4. Allow to cool and refrigerate. You can serve this warm.
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