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Old 03-10-2018, 05:22 AM   #31
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TaxLady *waves back* and Kayelle, thanks for the happy welcome

Kayelle, I read that Matcha will last you a year unopened, and 6 months opened and sealed in an airtight no-light container, and in the fridge.

Here's some great answers to FAQs Matcha Q & A

roadfix, I've read some great reviews about the quality of TJ's Matcha powder in tea bags but I'm not so sure about the latte.

Cow's milk is not good to use because it wrecks havoc with the nutritional benefits. Check out my FAQ link.


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Old 03-12-2018, 08:19 AM   #32
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How did you do that, Ross? You read my mind! I was just saying to my daughter that I'd love some good recipes that call for matcha tea. I checked out your link and love love love it. In fact, got lost in it as I followed links that led to other links.

I lived in Japan for 3 years so I feel a connection. The recipes that are cooked though makes me wonder if you lose any of the the nutritional value when heated. I guess not since the tea is very hot (just shy of boiling point). Thank you for your post.
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Old 03-12-2018, 08:30 AM   #33
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