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Weather here turns at the drop of a hat so in ode to wacky weather, here is a cold version of chamomile tea, one of my new fave drinks. Plus Chamomile is ★★★
in flavonoids.

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My moms go to drink to sooth any belly ache or relax anxious nerves. So yummy, aromatic and good for you….:)***

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Tea12
Trying some new flavors…..more to come.

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If you’re anything like me, then you know there’s nothing like an icy drink when temperatures rise. My aunt loves making hibiscus tea any chance she has and her hubby likes pouring it over crushed ice so it works out for all of us. This summer i’m going to be trying some new concoctions that’ll hopefully keep us nice and refreshed!!

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smooty
Beet, Celery, Lemon, Parsely, Cucumber, kiwi, Green Apple. Delicious

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TT (2 of 2)
Ventured out this past weekend to my local Indian market and finally got the ingredients to make Chai.  I was floored by the the variety of smells and myriad of spices, teas, compotes, some of which, I’ve never seen or have the slightest idea of how they’re used.  

I met a woman there that gave me great advice on the brands of tea to buy as well as what spices to use, and they go as follows:
Taj Mahal  (orange pekoe black tea) // or Darjeeling
Fennel Seeds
Clove
Ginger (fresh or powdered)
Cinnamon (sticks or powdered)
Cardamon Pods (green)
Milk (what ever kind you prefer)
Sugar
For a single large cup I use 2 teaspoons of tea, a pinch of fennel seeds, about five cloves, equal parts of ginger to cinnamon (powdered), and 3 cardamon pods (smashed).
Boil it all together and let it steep for a few mins. to let all the flavors out and strain.  
This is only one version to try but you can always change the proportions to fit your cup of tea. mmmm, so good for you!

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