About the Recipe
1 dried Avocado seed
4 cups Boiling water
Remove the seed from the flesh and let dry for a few days. You may speed up the process by drying in an oven on low heat.
Grate the seed and store it in a jar with a tight-fitting lid when dried. Spoon two teaspoons to 4 cups of water and remove from the heat to let brew.
If you are using the whole seed, grating the dried seed can be challenging. Boil the seed for a few minutes and remove from the liquid. Chop the softened seed into small pieces and return to the boiling water. As this is a hard material, boil for an additional 20 to 30 minutes on low flame.
Remove from the flame, cool slightly, and strain into your favorite cup.
Enjoy the rich color and flavor with or without sweetener.