Here are the waters from the public tasting on July 11.
The quantities listed are for one gallon of tap water, but the quantities are not meant to be precise -- feel free to vary quantities based on what is at hand. Keep the water in your refrigerator and as you enjoy it, top it off with more tap water. You'll taste when its time to start a new batch.
Bodega Bay Farmers Market: Three sliced lemons, 4 or 5 big handfuls of nasturtium flowers
Cloverdale Farmers Market: Three sliced limes, ? small watermelon, in chunks
Healdsburg Farmers Market: 2 sliced cucumbers, 3 sliced lemons, big handful of mint
Petaluma Farmers Market: ? cup dried lavender flowers (steeped in boiling water for 10 minutes, strained), 3 sliced lemons
Santa Rosa Original Farmers Market: 3 cups mixed berries (raspberries, boysenberries, blueberries), handful of edible flowers
Sebastopol: 5 peeled and sliced carrots, 4 cilantro sprigs, 6 to 8 Padron chiles, 1 tablespoon cumin seed
Sonoma Valley and Oakmont Farmers Markets: 1? cups sliced strawberries, 1? cups muddled (crushed) blueberries, 8 to 10 large mint leaves (preferably chocolate mint)
Wednesday Night Market: 3 cups blackberries, 6 to 8 sage leaves