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Tea Recipes, part 3

| July 26, 2013

In third part of our series we have recipes for meals and side dishes utilizing tea.  Enjoy! Delicate Jasmine Rice    Ingredients 3 cups water 1 jasmine herbal tea bag 1 cube vegetable bouillon 1 1/2 cups uncooked brown rice 1 tablespoon butter 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro Directions Combine the 3 cups of water […]

Tea Recipes part two – Baked Goods

| July 15, 2013

Further to our last post giving recipes for beverages, we have included below some great recipes for baked goods: Baked Goods:  Barmbrack (Traditional Irish Cake) Ingredients 1 3/4 cups brewed black tea, cold 1 cup packed light brown sugar 1 1/4 cups golden raisins 1/4 cup chopped candied citron 1 1/4 cups self-rising flour 1 […]

Tea Recipes

| July 10, 2013

Tea Recipes Tea can be used in a variety of ways. You’ll be amazed at how versatile it can be, and in later posts we will include recipes for  breads, cakes, cookies and ice cream, as well as in noodle dishes, marinades, and pizza sauce. For now though, see the following recipes for the very […]

Flowering Teas

| June 30, 2013

Flowering Teas Flowering tea is a tea that is packaged in a tightly furled ball that uncurls when the tea is placed in hot water, revealing a flower or fanciful scene created by the artfully arranged tea leaves. Most flowering teas are made with black, green or oolong tea, and many of them include dried […]

Oolong Tea and It’s Healthy Benefits

| February 11, 2009

Oolong Tea asked: The best method for keeping the body and mine at the highest level!Wu-Long TeasA direct translation for Black Dragon, Oolong Tea‘s meaning is both mystifying and tempting. No other category of teas includes such a wide range of shapes, colours and aromas.No other processing technique relies so much on the individual recipes […]

The Journey of Tea From China to Africa

| February 11, 2009

Mr. Pham asked: About 2700 B.C, there was a emperor named Shen Nung in CHINA. He loved plants and flowers. He had the most complete and beautiful garden in the whole country.Every afternoon, emperor Shen Nung would sit in his garden and enjoy his drink.One day, while his water was boiling on the table, a […]

Chinese Tea – Oolong Tea

| February 10, 2009

chinese tea asked: Chinese Tea historyTea (Camellia sinensis) is native to China. The ancient Chinese used them for medical purposes, then developed the infusion we know as tea; to this day tea is said to purge the digestive system of toxins. Later the Chinese learned to grow tea plants and use their leaves to make […]

Oolong Tea vs Green Tea for Weight Loss

| February 10, 2009

Is Oolong tea really a fat-burning miracle? There are so many wild and unsupported claims about foods and herbs that are supposed to help you lose weight. So it’s rather refreshing to find that wu-long tea, which is being touted as the new weight loss miracle, actually has some scientific studies that back up the […]

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