Thanks for sharing about the peelings. I do understand about potassium broths - traditionally unused vegetable scraps are saved up for nourishing broths, so this is nothing new to me. Thanks for the clarification.
Cranberries are usually pretty expensive, but in my city is a produce overstock wholesaler, so I stop there sometimes and buy whatever is cheap! I bought the cranberries for just seventy-five cents per one pound bag! I also bought sweet potatoes for twenty-five cents a pound - they made a delicious creamy juice.
Too make Celery Seed Tea I thoroughly grind Celery seeds in a morter and pestle, then steep one tsp. per cup of boiling water, covered for fifteen minutes. For parsley tea I wash the parsley, then steep in boiling water for five minutes. Then I chop the parsley and add it to soups or other recipes.