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Have You Met Your Matcha?
Discover the Benefits and Beauty of this Trend-setting Tea
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I couldn’t gag it down.
I love Matcha tea. I do now, I should say. I tried it last year. I hated that first cup.. haha...Turns out, I made it too strong
Your article actually made me want to try this tea. I will be trying out in the very near future.
I'll have to try it in my smoothie.
Thank you so much can you give more information can we drink an empty stomach
Excellent article, thanks!
I'm going to give it a try. Thanks for sharing the information.
A good read with lots of good information.
Not a fave.
(Oh yeah, I add turmeric to the V8 "mocktail also, and sometimes to the vanilla smoothie as well. Cheers!)
(Forgot to mention I add 1/2 tablespoon of matcha to the vanilla smoothie too!) It's GREAT!
I sometimes mix 1/2 tablespoon of matcha in my V8 "mocktail" that also has lemon and lime juices, greens powder, oil of oregano, apple cider vinegar, cayenne, ginger and whatever else I feel like "throwing in". I blend it with about 6 oz. low sodium-V8 and 8 oz. water and ice. It's really good! I also like to make a smoothie using a cup of protein-fortified, unsweetened almond milk (Orgain), 1/2 cup unsweetened oat milk, 1/2 cup water, a few ice cubes, 1/2 a banana, a tablespoon of fiber powder (acacia), 1/2 tablespoon of wheat germ oil, a couple of drops of liquid sucralose and some vanilla extract.
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