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The Hidden Zen of my Mother: Holding On to the Processes

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At any given time, in my childhood home, you could enter to find a half-full, delicate mug of tea, abandoned and gone cold on the kitchen counter. If there wasn't one there, you'd surely find it in the living room, on a coaster on the corner coffee table, or next to the old yellow landline phone with its curly-fry cord.A quarter life later, you'll

Japan's Hidden Gems: Kyushu, Hot Springs, Tea Ceremony and Sumo Wrestling

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One of the fondest memories of my three years living in Japan was a hot springs pool in the mountains. My Tokyo girlfriend took me to a quaint old Japanese inn beside a small waterfall. It was so isolated that we had to take a train, then a bus, then hike the last mile just as night was falling. We changed into robes and straw sandals, then wa

To Doña Letizia: Coffee at the Royal Palace and poverty

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I am writing to Letizia, the former journalist and granddaughter of a taxi driver who became a princess and is now Queen of Spain and FAO Ambassador for Nutrition. Doña Letizia, your latest position requires you to care for those who are malnourished and especially for those who are literally at risk of dying from hunger in all corners of the plan

Why You Should Be Saving Your Apple Peels And Cores

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There are a number of time-consuming kitchen tasks that are not fun (or at least I do not think they are fun)--washing dishes, cleaning gritty greens, planning meals.Related: Over 30 Recipes to Reduce Kitchen WastePeeling apples, on the other hand, is time-consuming yet enjoyable. It's meditative, almost.I like taking each apple and slowing twi

My 10 Cent Request to the 'SUPER GIRLS' of Davos

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Mural Davos: Gender Equality? Reverse Reality created by Cornelia Vinzens and Fernando Morales-de la Cruz for ItiMa, The Itinerant Museum of ArtOctober11 was the International Day of the Girl, sadly more than a billion girls and young women had nothing to celebrate. They have not been invited to share the wealth of opportunities that all human be

Glitz at the UN, But Less Than $0.01 Per Cup for SDGs

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@CAFEFORCHANGEThe Heads of State, Presidents, Prime Ministers and Foreign Ministers from 194 countries met at the United Nations in New York last week to commit to the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs as the global agenda post 2015 but, as they, their Foreign Ministers, Ambassadors, and thousands of journalists and diplomats all met and drank

Why a 'Teatox' Isn't All That

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Though it seems to be growing in popularity, the "teatox" isn't all it's cracked up to be, with consequences for both physical and mental health. The concept of the "teatox" started in Australia -- drink herbal tea blends throughout the day and then a different one before bed to purge the colon, reduce bloating, and flush "toxins" to look thinner.

DIY Skin Care Using Items Found in Your Pantry

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Lavish skincare products needed for beautiful and radiant skin can be found right in your own home. There is little to no need to spend a fortune on products that promise brighter, softer and more vibrant skin. The best part of DIY skin care is getting amazing results while avoiding putting your skin in contact with potentially harmful chemicals.

On a Change of Scenery

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Men go abroad to wonder at the heights of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of the rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the circular motions of the stars, and they pass by themselves without wondering. - Saint Augustine It is four in the afternoon somewhere, and once a day, that somewhere is London. I acknowledge

What I Learned From My Mom As We Planned Her Funeral

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I tend to think of my mom the most in late spring and early summer, and I have a love-hate relationship with Mother's Day. On one hand, it highlights an emptiness in my life, and on the other I'm reminded of one of the most intense, special, and intimate moments my mom and I shared as she was dying. Mom taught me to read at the age of 4 with a use

Email Your Mother, Mabel

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A day of rest? Not so much. We did sleep later than usual, and decided to treat ourselves to a posh breakfast. We wanted sit down food, not takeaway, and curry need not apply. Heading to Waverly place, there's a tourist information store, which sold us a detailed map of Edinburgh, so even without wi-fi, we can look up a café or restaurant that

The Source of a Nation's Wealth Is Its Energy

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"From the containment of fire, the domestication of beasts of burden, the invention of the water wheel, the steam engine and all the rest to modern times--to whoever was first, whoever used it more widely, whoever developed it more fully, whoever found new and better sources, went the growth and improvement in the lives of their population and nati

Coffee for Tea Lovers

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For more food drink and travel videos visit www.potluckvideo.comCoffee of any variety is usually a welcome sign in the morning, but for some tea drinkers the classic beverage is a bit too overpowering.But it doesn't have to be the case! We went to Nobletree to get some advice on coffees that are light and bright enough to satisfy the average tea dr

Milk and Sugar

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There's a post on Facebook that's been making its rounds. The photo shows an elderly man with glasses and a nice smile, leaning against a railing overlooking the sea. The caption reads, "An Australian man living by a cliff has prevented about 160 suicides in his 50 years of living there by striking up a conversation with people contemplating suici

Tea and Conversation with Smashing Pumpkins Frontman, Billy Corgan

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I had been wanting to sit down with Billy Corgan on The Dinner Party To Go Podcast for a while. There has been so much written about him and, as a fellow Chicagoan, his reputation locally - for better or worse - is larger than life. I prepared myself for a potentially abrasive encounter as I have read that he can be a tricky personality. In addi

Here's Unsurprising Proof That Coffee Is More Popular Than Tea In Pretty Much Every Country

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We already know that Europeans are the biggest coffee drinkers, with residents of Scandinavian countries topping the list for per capita consumption. But what about the popularity of other hot beverages? Is it the cold of Northern Europe that drives the need for warm drinks, or an addiction to coffee's caffeine jolt? Is it more common to buy tea th

The Eastern Philosopher That Will Teach You About The Power Of Tea

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In the West, philosophers write long non-fiction books, often using incomprehensible words and limit their involvement with the world to lectures and committee meetings. In the East, and especially in the Zen tradition, philosophers write poems, rake gravel, go on pilgrimages, practice archery, write aphorisms on scrolls, chant and, in the case of

Goldfish Tea Bags Are The Creepiest Way To Drink A Cup

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Taking a moment to sit down with a cup of tea is not something many people do anymore. Whether it's the call of one's smart phone preventing you from relaxing with a cup, or the ease that big coffee and tea chains give in taking one on the road, tea time is suffering. Charm Villa has come up with a solution to bring it back, with adorably creepy go

How To Make Lemongrass Tea, Your New Favorite Drink This Winter

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When it's cold and grey, there's nothing like a hot cup of tea to warm you up. Unlike hot chocolate, which could be a little too decadent to drink all day long, or coffee, which might keep you up for hours, tea is the beverage you can drink in unlimited quantities in the winter. If you drink as much tea as we do, however, you're going to need to sp

Host and Hostess Gifts: A Quick and Easy Guide

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Holiday time! Party time! Host and hostess gift time! Etiquette and tradition state you never want to arrive empty handed to a party, whether you've the recipient of the invitation, or a plus one. These gift suggestions, while meant for the rounds of parties that erupt during December, can apply all year round, as graciousness never goes out of se

Northern Secrets: What the Danes, Swedes and Dutch Do in Winter

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Does Northern Europe exist in snow? The travel industry says no. Ski areas aside, most tours and cruises adventure to Scandinavia, Germany and the Netherlands in June and July, when the days are stretched out and soft, like fondue that's been melted in a pot.Like you, I enjoy a midnight sun. But I'd always wondered what went on up here in the qu

Chai = Love

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Chai (tea) was a staple growing up in our Indian household. We had chai when a neighbor stopped by to say hi. When I needed a break from studying or work, the answer was chai. Experiencing a three o'clock energy dip? Must be time for chai. After dinner, you got it -- chai time. I don't recall my parents or their friends ever saying it was too

Chaga's Moment: Alaska Businesses Ride Wave of Health Hype for Birch Fungus

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Chaga may not look like much -- it's a lumpy, charcoal-colored bulb protruding from birch trees -- but this fungus is trending.A cottage industry surrounding chaga is growing in Alaska. Numerous health claims are bolstering chaga businesses as demand grows both in and out of state.It's the newest offering in the Talkeetna-based Kahiltna Birchworks

Healthy Drinks to Help You Quit Coffee

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You made the decision: You're ready to quit coffee! Maybe the caffeine has become too much, or coffee upsets your stomach, or you're worried that it's stressing your adrenal glands, or you're just on a detox that asks you to give up coffee. So now, you have a big commitment to follow through on.But what do you drink? How can you find something that

Drinking Tea

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Last week, I traveled to India with my husband and two young children. My children are 7 and 8 years old and had never been to India before. In fact, it was their first international trip. Personally, I had not been to India since my medical school days, at least 15 years ago. In the weeks leading up to this unknown, new adventure, my kids were g

A Botanical Tour of Boulder With Kids

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Mention the words "herb" and "Colorado" and the next thing that comes to mind probably isn't "with kids." But stay with us for a minute. That's all it'll take.A certain Colorado amendment brought a bunch of attention to one of the oldest traditions in the Rockies: using botanicals with medicinal qualities.But in a place like Boulder, the publicity

Entrepreneur Series: Growing Up and Doing Business With... Steve Schwartz From Art of Tea

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Steve Schwartz is a master tea blender and founder of Art of Tea. The 39-year old entrepreneur oversees a 25-employee business that sources and hand crafts the best organic and specialty teas for hotels, restaurants and cafés worldwide. His mission: to infuse origin with craft, and create a delicious experience. This year marks the 10th anniversar

The Art of Drinking Tea

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Anyone who follows me on Twitter knows what a huge -- in fact, obsessed -- fan I am of a good cup of tea. I started drinking tea (religiously, that is) when I was 9 years old (about eleven years ago) after my parents and I visited London for my very first time, and I was hooked. English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Chamomile -- give me a pot with boiling

There's A Surprising Reward At The End Of 'The Scariest Trail In The World'

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How far would you go for a cup of tea? Would you climb a mountain and traverse a cliffside plank-walk that's been called the the scariest trail in the world? What if that plank-walk lacked railings, and was so narrow it could only be crossed single file? Would you do it all for one cup?This treacherous trail is a real, well-traveled route that runs

Hong Kong's First Tea Sommelier (VIDEO)

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Ever since there has been wine, there have been experts that have paired it with food, creating a harmonious balance. Now, a similar art is taking place at the InterContinental Hong Kong, but instead of wine, Chinese tea is having its day.As Hong Kong's first tea sommelier, Kelvin Ng seeks out exclusive Chinese teas for the 2-Michelin starred rest

Foods to Help Improve Your Mood

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"I don't eat junk food; I don't have junk thoughts." -- Peace Pilgrim Do you think a diet is just for losing or gaining weight? Think again! The word diet literally means "a daily food allowance." We need food for growth, repair and energy for our daily activity.But did you ever think about how food can affect your mood? The foods you eat can affec

Tea Recipes: Other Ways To Use Green, Black And Matcha (PHOTOS)

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We usually think of tea in two specific ways: as a warming cup of hot tea, or a cool, refreshing glass of iced tea. But tea can lend its aromatic and tannic qualities to all kinds of dishes, so let's stop relegating it only to a cup of boiling water. There are more varieties of tea on earth than we can count, which is what makes it such a versatile

Blossoms Afar - Matcha Almond Cookies

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I always long for the cherry blossoms season in D.C., and better yet, Japan. The magnificent carpet of pink is the most convincing sign of Spring's arrival. Fortunately, even the photos of cherry blossoms are breath taking, cause there's a sniffling catch for many of us -- spring allergies. So, as I continue to admire the cherry blossoms from afar

A Ritual of Refreshing Restraint

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I went to my first Japanese tea ceremony today. Actually, it was my first tea ceremony, period. Big whoop, you might think, except that six months ago I would have balked at such an opportunity. Before moving to Singapore last year, I was an avowed anti-tea-ite. I drank it perhaps a couple of times a year, usually against my will. But since coming

What's The Deal With Matcha, Anyway?

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If you're all about your local coffee shop, you've probably noticed a new menu item in recent months. It seems like matcha lattes, matcha desserts and matcha smoothies are everywhere these days, and their vibrant green hue is being documented all over Instagram.So, what makes this specific form of green tea so special? Let's take a closer look. Ins

So What Is Dandelion Coffee, Anyway?

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Dandelion coffee is on the rise. It's been compared to matcha, it's a staple at a super trendy L.A. cafe and some nutrition experts have replaced their morning cup of coffee with it ... or at least added it to the mix.So what's the deal with this magical-sounding floral coffee? Read on. What it is: Dandelion coffee is a caffeine-free, instant cof

Ken Leung: Admire Cherry Blossoms From Afar With Matcha Almond Cookies

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I always long for the cherry blossoms season in D.C., and better yet, Japan. The magnificent carpet of pink is the most convincing sign of Spring's arrival. Fortunately, even the photos of cherry blossoms are breath taking, cause there's a sniffling catch for many of us -- spring allergies. So, as I continue to admire the cherry blossoms from afar

Sanjay Surana: A Ritual of Refreshing Restraint

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I went to my first Japanese tea ceremony today. Actually, it was my first tea ceremony, period. Big whoop, you might think, except that six months ago I would have balked at such an opportunity. Before moving to Singapore last year, I was an avowed anti-tea-ite. I drank it perhaps a couple of times a year, usually against my will. But since coming

WATCH: Why Does This Tea Cost $1,000 Per Pound?

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Drinking a hot cup of tea comes with a host of health benefits -- it can make you look younger, see better and maintain a healthy weight. It's the perfect drink for a dose of tranquility, but the boost in well-being wouldn't be quite up to snuff if it didn't taste delicious.During a conversation about how tea makes us happier and healthier, HuffPos

Food52: Homemade Vanilla Chai Syrup

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It's always more fun to DIY. Every week on Food52, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.Today: Lillie Auld of Butter Me Up Brooklyn is condensing all the flavors of your favorite chai into a spicy-sweet syrup you can use in your tea or coffee anytime.When we enter firmly

Adam Pervez: 5 Nairobi Gems Overlooked by Tourists

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Nairobi is a well-trafficked tourist destination, but few tourists stick around before or after their safaris. While the bush offers incredible experiences, seeing wildlife in their natural habitat, and visits with the Masai give an insight into what tribal life once was, these unique experiences are waiting for you in Nairobi.1. David Sheldrick Wi

Flowering Tea: Revolting Or Amazing?

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Here at HuffPost Taste HQ, we tend to be pretty like-minded. We all have a special place in our hearts for cheese, we know the majesty of a well-made and well-timed cocktail, and we can usually count on one another to like the sound of many of the same recipes. That's why when there is an infrequent yet formidable chasm between what one of us think

Cereal Milk Just Got A Winter-Time Makeover

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There is a phenomenon that occurs when you eat breakfast cereal, that is often referred to as "cereal milk." Your cereal sits in the milk as you eat it, infusing what's left in the bowl with its sugary sweetness for you to drink up after all the cereal's been eaten. Momofuku Milk Bar in New York City has capitalized on this phenomenon, turning the

You Can Now Wear Your Green Tea, We're Not Kidding

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It's time to put down that cup of tea and consider wearing it. Okay, you don't have to do that right this minute. But, Sacramento-based cheese maker and fashion designer Sacha Laurin is literally making tea clothing. In the above Fox News interview, Laurin's collection is described as kombucha couture -- kombucha meaning "fermented tea." She create

Nova Lorraine: Harlem's New Starbucks of Teas

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Have you ever had the feeling of overwhelming joy in one little cup? This is what I experienced after my first sips of Serengeti's Moroccan tea. Serengeti Teas is a quaint little tea and spice shop in the very eclectic upper Manhattan neighborhood -- Harlem. Move over Starbucks, a new experience has come to town. As I continued to sample a variety

This Fast Food Take On Loose-Leaf Tea Will Destroy Tea Bags Forever

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Move over, Teavana’s $27 express tea-brewing tumblers, there’s a new on-the-go loose-leaf tea innovation that comes free with purchase. A photo set posted by a baffled tourist unsure of how to steep the tea bought in Germany without a bag has been buzzing over Imgur. The secret was in the revolutionary lid -- it has a pump and filter mimicking

Elsa Giannakoudaki: A Little Bite Of Paris

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There are macarons and then there are Ladurée macarons. A 150-year-old legacy from France, Ladurée produces those beautiful and colorful sweet puffs you picture the chicest of Parisians nibbling on with their coffee. It's what you would picture Marie Antoinette, or at least Sophia Coppola's version, snacking on in her palatial, gilded palace. Mai

Pam Grout: Rize, Turkey: Where Real Magic Happens by Meeting With Locals

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Travel guidebooks have it all wrong. They tell us about hotels and restaurants and sights we don't want to miss.What they SHOULD tell us has but four words:"Get to know a local."When that happens (and it's a lot easier than you might think), real magic can begin. Locals, of course, know the best restaurants, have true insight about the must-see "si

Jim Hill: For Imagineer Joe Lanzisero, Hong Kong Disneyland's Mystic Manor Is a High Point of His Career

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You know what they say: If you want to get something done, ask a busy person to do it.Back in 2007, it's arguable that no one person was busier at The Walt Disney Company than Joe Lanzisero. As a Senior Vice President - Creative at Walt Disney Imagineering, Joe was riding herd on all of the Tokyo Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland Resorts' theme p

Alison Teal: More Southeast Asian Food -- for Better and Worse (PHOTOS)

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Durian fruit is a delicacy for some and intimidating for others. It not only has a thorny husk, but also a disgusting smell. Below is the fruit and a warning sign concerning it in the Singapore airport:Embryo eggs netted in the market so the chicks won't escape should they hatch overnight:Thailand's pink eggs:Tea being served in Thailand:Dragon Fru

The Morning Ritual Oprah Can't Live Without

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Oprah has always loved drinking tea, but the first time she ever had real chai was in Mumbai in 2012. She was sitting on the floor in the small 10-by-10-foot home of a welcoming Indian family as the husband served up a memorable, incredible cup of chai.Ever since, Oprah has considered herself a "pursuant of good, strong chai," even working with the

Mark Sisson: 7 Nighttime Rituals To Help You Unwind, Relax, And Chill Out (That Don't Involve Alcohol)

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Last week, I shared my evolving relationship with alcohol. I'm off it, basically. A big change has been at night; a glass or two of wine with Carrie used to be my nighttime ritual. It would help me unwind from a stressful day, relax and reconnect with my wife, and get me ready for bed. So when I decided to give up alcohol -- or at least make it an

The Daily Meal: A Beginner's Guide To Tea: Everything You Need To Know

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When it comes to tea, there's a dizzying amount of choices available these days. From Earl Grey to Constant Comment, most teas come from the same bushy plant, Camellia Sinensis. Any tea that doesn't come from this plant aren't actually "tea" per se -- these are referred to as tisane (or sometimes teasan). These are herbal blends and can contain jus

Jason King: Here's How Tea Reminds Us...

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"I promise this just might be the most fascinating conversation you will hear all week."With these words, podcast host Rich Roll introduces us to a Buddhist monk named Wu De who travels the world, teaching people the importance of... tea.  To be specific, teaching about tea as a metaphor for ancient wisdom about the interconnectedness of everythin

Liza de Guia: Tea Lovers, You're Drinking Tea All Wrong

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Meet Timothy Hsu, the founder and tea connoisseur behind The Mandarin's Tea Room, an underground, semi-secret, tea-speakeasy lost in the heart of SoHo. The first time I met Timothy, he got me tea drunk. Sip after sip, I could sense my serious mood slowly vanish. I left giddy. My steps, lighter. My mind, brighter. Timothy was pleased.I never heard o

Charles Karel Bouley: Teavolution USA: Tea Becomes a Green Economy in U.S. (VIDEO)

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Tea may have helped provide a high point in the history of the soon-to-be United State's Revolutionary War but now it is starting a revolution of its own -- a green economy that could rival that of the other growing green economy, cannabis.And it may have been that very famous tea party in Boston (which John Adams aptly described as the Destruction

William B. Bradshaw: Happy Birthday America

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Birthdays are fun to celebrate, and this week the United States as a nation will be celebrating what is officially named U.S. Independence Day. It was 238 years ago--July 4, 1776--that the Second Continental Congress, comprised of representatives from the thirteen North American British colonies, passed the Declaration of Independence, declaring t

Ali Rosen: Coffee for Tea Lovers

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For more food drink and travel videos visit www.potluckvideo.comCoffee of any variety is usually a welcome sign in the morning, but for some tea drinkers the classic beverage is a bit too overpowering.But it doesn't have to be the case! We went to Nobletree to get some advice on coffees that are light and bright enough to satisfy the average tea dr

Brigid Brett: Milk and Sugar

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There's a post on Facebook that's been making its rounds. The photo shows an elderly man with glasses and a nice smile, leaning against a railing overlooking the sea. The caption reads, "An Australian man living by a cliff has prevented about 160 suicides in his 50 years of living there by striking up a conversation with people contemplating suici

Jill Herzig: 5 Ways You Change When You Hang Out With Dr. Oz

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Every job change comes with lifestyle changes: You adjust to a different commute, switch your coffee place, maybe spiff up your wardrobe (a handbag upgrade is always in order, am I right?). But when you begin to work for Dr. Mehmet Oz, world-famous cardiothoracic surgeon and healthy lifestyle guru, the changes you make are a little out of the ordin

Elysabeth Alfano: Tea and Conversation with Smashing Pumpkins Frontman, Billy Corgan

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I had been wanting to sit down with Billy Corgan on The Dinner Party To Go Podcast for a while. There has been so much written about him and, as a fellow Chicagoan, his reputation locally - for better or worse - is larger than life. I prepared myself for a potentially abrasive encounter as I have read that he can be a tricky personality. In addi

Proof That Coffee Is More Popular Than Tea In Pretty Much Every Country

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We already know that Europeans are the biggest coffee drinkers, with residents of Scandinavian countries topping the list for per capita consumption. But what about the popularity of other hot beverages? Is it the cold of Northern Europe that drives the need for warm drinks, or an addiction to coffee's caffeine jolt? Is it more common to buy tea th
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