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Any tests or info on if cold brew Lipton tea is as
nutritional as hot brewed?

real data anywhere?

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Any tests or info on if cold brew Lipton tea is as
nutritional as hot brewed?

real data anywhere?


Tea is nutritional?


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Any tests or info on if cold brew Lipton tea is as
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real data anywhere?


TEA is nutritionally neutral. No food value!

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I can't see how temperature can make a difference to nutritional value.
It should still have the same amount of anti oxidants in it.


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On Fri 01 Aug 2008 08:35:22p, Noodles told us...


I can't see how temperature can make a difference to nutritional value.
It should still have the same amount of anti oxidants in it.



I don't know. Haven't researched, but heat can be the catalyst for
extracting certain elements in things. Might be so with this.

Oh, BTW, Noodles... It would helpful if you would quote what you're
replying to.

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