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“Tea beckons us to enjoy quality time with friends and loved ones, and especially to rediscover the art of relaxed conversation.” – DOROTHEA JOHNSON

DUNK YOUR RICE

Ochazuke, is a dish popular in Japan. It is made by pouring hot green tea over cooked rice, then topping the bowl with extra ingredients such as seaweed and oyster mushrooms. The rice soaks up every drop of the green tea so each mouthful is rich with its nourishing properties.

Oatmeal

SPICE UP OATMEAL

Boost your breakfast by infusing your porridge with a blast of antioxidants. Brew a cup of green tea then mix into your oats and prepare as you normally would.

drink

COOL DOWN

For a sparkling thirst quencher, brew double strength green tea, chill and add it to ginger ale. Flavour and garnish with a wedge of lemon and a few mint leaves

SAUTÉ LOOSE LEAVES

Dont throw away your tea leaves once you have brewed your tea. Add a few pinches of the loose tea leaves to your vegetable stir fries, or noodles.

MAKE A MARINADE

Brew a double strength cup of green tea, then thicken the liquid with a touch of honey, salt, and pepper. Smother meat or vegetables in this marinade and cook as desired.

Steamers

STEAM IT GREEN

Place skinless chicken in a steamer, but instead of filling the pot with water, pour in brewed green tea. Each piece of chicken will be infused with the delicate tea flavour.

Stewed fruit

STEW YOUR FRUIT

Submerge whole pears or apples in green tea, adding brown sugar, honey, and spices for a sweeter taste. Allow the mixture to simmer until the fruit has softened.


 

 

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