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I don’t have a muddler, so I’ve been using a Japanese wood pestle, typically used for grinding sesame in a grooved ceramic bowl. The grit from the granulated sugar seems to help smash the mint leaves and it releases a lot of lovely mint flavor.

I don’t have a muddler, so I’ve been using a Japanese wood pestle, typically used for grinding sesame in a grooved ceramic bowl. The grit from the granulated sugar seems to help smash the mint leaves and it releases a lot of lovely mint flavor.

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