Celery Bitters

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A simple celery "bitters" that uses the essential oil of celery as well as agaricus (mushrooms) for the bitter component. Caution must always be used when a recipe calls for certain mushrooms as many of them are poisonous, but were once thought to have medicinal properties.

Celery Bitters Recipe:

Instructions

Dissolve the celery essential oil in the alcohol, add the solution of indigo and the agaricus. Allow to steep and then filter.

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