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>anybody knows that how to cook a delicious meal with tea?


It seems obvious to me, that if you can cook a delicious meal using
water, then replacing the water with tea would result in another
delicious meal having a different flavor.

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On 08/04/10 06:15, axlq wrote:
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>> anybody knows that how to cook a delicious meal with tea?

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> It seems obvious to me, that if you can cook a delicious meal using
> water, then replacing the water with tea would result in another
> delicious meal having a different flavor.
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> -A


I think what the original question was in regards to was to make food
with tea leaves as an ingredient.

Unfortunately, I don't - but I know of several, especially involving
green tea, including a lot of desserts.
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My girlfriend has gone christmas shopping for the day with her sister and I have been given the task of going to Tesco to buy somthing for our tea. I think that she knows I will probably just come back with 2 frozen pizza'a so i want to get somthing to show her that i put a bit of effort in to it.
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This information is useful with me,thanks a lot!
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well i never had have tried this kinda tea before ... well u have got a good idea . Hopefully i will try to make one soon . And then i will let you know that if i would like it or not . Thanks
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