6 UNIQUE WAYS TO REUSE TEA BAGS…

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The Times of India and Let’s Drink Tea have some unique ways to reuse your tea bags.

  1. They can remove grease from utensils with ease. Simply soak the utensils in a hot water blend with told tea bags. Soak for a few hours or overnight and wash the usual way. The compounds in tea help to remove the dirt naturally. It also works on plates, pots, and rustic pans.
  2. After you have brewed your tea, take a pan and soak the used teabags. Once it is at room temperaure add it to a spay bottle with a dash of lime juice. Clean surfaces with this blend especially cooker tops or glass tables. Simply wipe using a kitchen towel to clean the surface.
  3. If you are cooking meat and want to reduce the cooking time then add some hot water to a large bowl, steep in the used tea bags and…

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13 REASONS TO READ THROUGH AFTERNOON TEA4TWO’s POSTS FOR JANUARY…

GET £500 FOR DRINKING TEA AND DECIDE ON THE ULTIMATE ‘BUILDERS BREW’…

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Wakefield Express wrote an article on how you can earn £500 just by testing teas for a UK based company that are looking to pay three people £500 each to test what makes the ‘ultimate Builder’s Brew’.

If successful you will be hired to sample different tea brands and a range of milk, as well as drink-making methods, as part of content research for the marketplace’s website.

As well as payment for making and drinking the tea, the company are providing the candidates with a weekly supply of biscuits as it states a ‘Builder’s Brew isn’t complete without a biscuit to dunk’.

MaterialsMarket.com is looking for its first band of ‘Builder’s Brewers’ to discover what makes the best ‘Builder’s Brew’, testing out different tea brands, milk, the addition of sugar and sweetener, as well as drink-making methods.

Builder’s Brewer job

Hours: Part-time, temporary basis, two-week-long project

Closing date:Friday 18th February 2022

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A COUPLE OF TEA FACTS FOR YOU…

THE VILLAGE KITCHEN

1. In 1484 teas popularity reaches a new height when Zen priest Murata Shuko introduced the Cha-no-yu or Hot Water For Tea ceremony, which celebrates the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of tea preparation and drinking. 

2. In 1560 the first European to encounter tea and write about it was Jasper de Cruz, a missionary on Portugals first commercial trade journey to China. Portugal, the most advanced navy at the time, was the first European country to gain the right of trade with China. 

Source : Boh Tea

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