Teddy Out-Ready: Organic Edible Green Tea

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Organic Edible Green Tea


Edible Green Tea Sample

I love drinking tea, different flavours and varieties, but when I was offered to try edible green tea I was curious to try it out. The idea is that you do not brew your green tea; you eat the whole leaves finely chopped. I already heard many good things about how green tea beneficial to our health from better looking skin, energy booster to antioxidants carrier. According to the information on Eat Green Tea web site, edible green tea leaves have 100 times more antioxidants than brewed tea found in just 1 tablespoon, because you do not throw your green leaves, you eat them.

Edible Green Tea in Soup Edible Green Tea Soup

I tried Edible Green Tea with different meals, with my drinks, cereals, smoothies, soups and other dishes as suggested and for me the best way to use them in baking or in soups or stews, that way I mix them with other ingredients. I like that they are conveniently packed in pouches where one brings a daily dose of green tea. And stating all the benefits of organic green tea I can say that you can feel energy boost from the first use which is great for my busy life style. Organic Edible Green Tea is natural and healthy product I recommend to everyone, treat your heart, improve your skin, be healthy, energetic or just feel great with Edible Green Tea leaves. You can easily find them on Amazon and check their web site http://www.eatgreentea.com

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12 comments :

  1. Ooo, I keep hearing about edible green tea. I love drinking it, so would love to try it on food, nom nom nom

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  2. I have had this before. It was great!

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  3. Woah , I just love tea in any form :)

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  4. Never hear of this before but worth trying. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. I'm not a tea person, but this was really interesting. Thanks for sharing

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  6. oh my gosh, that's so good to know. Thank you for sharing it, it's def. something to look into!

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  7. How interesting! I've never heard of this. I would be very interested to try it especially since there are even more health benefits when consumed this way.

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  8. I never knew you could used them in so many ways - wow.. thanks for sharing!

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  9. A tea to eat? Sounds incredible! I never heard about it.

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  10. Cool! i never knew they sold them this way :)

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  11. Way cool I need to find this and get some. I love tea already and I know how great the tea leaves are for your body!

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  12. I have never seen these before! They look great.

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