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You’ve heard about matcha, but why has this powdered tea become so popular?
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Americans have now started to adapt the ingredient beyond recognition, essentially reducing it to the level of pumpkin spice. Matcha has hit its saturation point, and it's time to dial it back.
Remember how innovative it once was to pour powder into a bottle of water, give it a few shakes and get lemonade?
It's always fun to create new breakfast and brunch ideas. It's even more fun when I'm incorporating one of the hottest foodie ingredients of the moment...Matcha! You probably are aware by now that matcha is finely ground green tea powder.
Here's why you should be drinking matcha tea.
Today, I wanted to introduce my friends to one of my favorite things....Matcha! As you know, Matcha is finely ground Green Tea powder that is used in hot drinks, smoothies and baked goods. I decided Matcha Muffins would be the perfect breakfast treat for the moms, while the kids played.
Matcha is, quite simply, finely ground green tea powder. The concept originated in China. It is delicious just to mix with water or milk and drink, cold or hot. But it is also used in baking and in desserts. You've heard of green tea ice cream, right? Yum, yum!
So let me tell you a little about both the novel health benefits and historic tradition of what I think is the next "it" beverage
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Matcha powder is a vibrant ingredient to use. You can prepare it the traditional way with a bamboo whisk and a tea bowl to
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