Thanks CupofTree!

This is more savory than I thought it was going to be! I did not realize it is Bangkok as a bagged tea, but it makes sense now. It’s been awhile since I had that, I know I have a sample somewhere from someone (sorry) and I believe I was told by Alphakitty that it’s an awesome iced tea.

So I have a couple more of these sachets and I will definitely ice it! That was actually my intention but I was trying to make kale chips at the same time and failed miserably. At least I had gotten the kale for free so no serious harm done.

Anyway I do like this a lot better this time around than the first time I had it. It is like a light coconut soup. I mostly taste the coconut, but it isn’t a sweet coconut, and then the lemongrass and ginger.

Denise @ Nature's Tea Leaf

Hi Momo, Off the tea topic, I would love a recipe for Kale chips. It is my 2nd favorite veg, right behind brussel sprouts. Any chance you can share?

momo

Sure! Preheat the oven to 300. Cut up the kale into pieces, taking out the middle veins and toss it in a bowl with olive oil. Put the pieces on a baking sheet, then sprinkle with any sort of herbs you like. I did chili powder, sea salt, and garlic powder. Nutritional yeast is another option to give them a bit of a cheesy taste. Then bake them for about 10 minutes, flipping them over halfway. If they’re in just a little too long they burn, but if you get them right when they’re crispy, they’re perfect.

Denise @ Nature's Tea Leaf

Thanks so much! Can’t wait to give it a try.

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Denise @ Nature's Tea Leaf

Hi Momo, Off the tea topic, I would love a recipe for Kale chips. It is my 2nd favorite veg, right behind brussel sprouts. Any chance you can share?

momo

Sure! Preheat the oven to 300. Cut up the kale into pieces, taking out the middle veins and toss it in a bowl with olive oil. Put the pieces on a baking sheet, then sprinkle with any sort of herbs you like. I did chili powder, sea salt, and garlic powder. Nutritional yeast is another option to give them a bit of a cheesy taste. Then bake them for about 10 minutes, flipping them over halfway. If they’re in just a little too long they burn, but if you get them right when they’re crispy, they’re perfect.

Denise @ Nature's Tea Leaf

Thanks so much! Can’t wait to give it a try.

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