With the wealth of valuable knowledge we’ve accumulated over the years, we feel that some previous posts are worth sharing again. Thus, Fridays are “Blast From the Past” – where we choose a T Ching post from this month but a previous year that we feel is worth another read … Continue reading
Eyes on you,infused by who?green arise,such surprise,nothing to see,..MonsTEA?Sip on green,Happy Halloween. Image provided and copyright held by author Read more articles by this author here!
The past eight years of my life have been a continuous tea party. I didn’t pursue this life because I loved tea, I pursued this life because I want to see more happiness, quality, and empowerment in the world. The first tea party I attended was in Tohoku, Japan in … Continue reading
We’re going back into the archives to revisit these classic posts by James Norwood Pratt. This post includes the two-part sequence “The Good News” and the standalone “The Way Things Are Now”. We have added a link to the end of each one to take you to the next if … Continue reading
We all know tea in its many shapes and forms contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, and many of these compounds are especially present in green tea. But a recent article in New Scientist really got me thinking that tea — in a roundabout way — can improve health outcomes even more … Continue reading
Chinese tea eggs have been a common street food in Asia for many years with every country and region having a slightly different take on this beautifully marbled snack. Like tea, the flavours and methods vary. If you’re like me and prefer simple and salty tastes, the only flavouring and … Continue reading