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Raspberry Iced-Tea

2c. Fresh or Frozen Red Raspberries
4 or 5 Tea Bags
5c. Boiling Water
Ice Cubes

Place raspberries and tea bags in a bowl (preferably a glass bowl). Pour the boiling water over the raspberries and tea bags. Cover and let stand about 5 minutes.

Remove the tea bags and strain the raspberries from the mixture. An easy way to do this is by pouring the mixture through a wire strainer. Discard the berries.

Cool several hours and serve over ice.

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