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What is in your commercial store bought tea bags?


What is in your commercial store bought tea bags?

Make Real Tea With Natural Tea Ingredients

Need a hot tea recipes? Get a delicious pot of tea on the table with The African Gourmet best tea recipes, brewing tips and tea snack ideas.


What's in your store bought commercial tea bags?

What's in your store bought commercial tea bags?

What is in tea bags? Go to your kitchen, grab one of your favorite teas and take the tea bag apart. Usually, commercial tea bags are not made of whole herbs, fruits or flowers; they are blended for everyone’s taste buds, standard. Now take a look at your tea bag, tea bags are commonly made of paper or food grade plastic. Make your own fresh tea; your teacup needs high quality fresh tea. Here are three fresh tea recipes below to make for your mind, body and soul.


Make Fresh Tamarind Ginger Tea

Tamarind Ginger Tea recipe ingredients

Tamarind fruit is very popular in many regions of Africa and the Caribbean. The pulp is sour and is regularly used to create delicious tamarind tea.






African Bush Tea Recipe recipe ingredients

The continent of Africa has a wealth of indigenous herbs and plants such as African bush tea used for herbal treatments.




Tea time

Papaya Seed Tea Recipe recipe ingredients

The black seeds in the center of papayas are edible and have a peppery taste making a unique African Wedza Papaya Seed Tea recipe.



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Sierra Leone Fresh Ginger Cake Recipe to snack on with your natural cup of tea.

Micro-gardening is nothing new to African woman, it has always been a way of life growing a traditional home garden of leafy vegetables, tubers, and herbs grown in simple containers or small pots.


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