1. My slimming tea try-out with Oolong tea and Puerh tea, witht the added health benefit of green tea extract


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    Natures Slim Tea offers 3 weight loss teas in filtered tea bags. Our 60% Organic Oolong Tea or Pu erh tea base, has 6 other added extracts such as green tea extract to assist with lifting the body's metabolic rate and burning fat. Come and watch our introduction videos, read our articles and see why our non-diuretic tea is becoming so popular. Find out all your answers at Natures Slim Tea http://natures-slimtea.com http://natures-slimtea.com.au

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    • Dr Oz Pu-erh Tea and Oolong Tea vs Green tea, benefits for weight loss teas. Why fermented Tea?


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      This is why fermented teas have the benefit of burning fat over an unfermented tea such as Green tea. Pu erh Tea and Oolong Tea have been used in china for 1000's of years and they are a natural way of assisting the body when it comes to weight loss programs. Come and read the research we have gathered on out site and see for yourself. Our Web Site Links http://www.natures-slimtea.com.au http://natures-slimtea.com

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      • Video: Beyond Kombucha!


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        Mark, Jimmy and Squigs stop out in Astoria, Queens to see what Spiro & co. are doing with this age-old process. Around every corner, something tasty, interesting and awesome. Enjoy!

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        • How To Brew Kombucha - Health Nuts


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          With the recent bogus government crackdown on that fizzy, faux-soda favorite of all the hot yoga milfs out there (aka Kombucha) and subsequent clearing from shelves across the nation, we figured it was time to show how to brew your own Kombucha. Now you don't have to wait until it comes back to Whole Foods to enjoy this highly expensive and beneficial fermented tea! You will not only save a ton of $$ but you might gain a little popularity with cute yoginis who are trying to mooch some bottles from you... If you would like more help or have any questions, feel free to contact Neil. He's been doing this for a while and has it down to a science... neil.kombucha@gmail.com Recipe: 2 gallons of filtered water 2 1/2 cups sugar (1 1/4 cups per gallon) 2 #4 loose leaf tea bags (or 10 normal tea bags) of black, white or green tea 1 kombucha mushroom (SCOBY) 2 cups starter tea (1c. per gallon) 2 cups 100% juice or puree (for flavoring) If you are looking for a SCOBY, start looking on CraigsList for someone near you who might be selling one. There are also other resources online. Once you have your own, it will grow in layers. You can split it in half and double your brew, give part to a friend, or sell it yourself online. THINGS TO REMEMBER: Your brew is ready when it becomes slightly acidic. If you don't have an electric pH tester, you can use pH test strips (found online or at your local beer brewing shop). If you don't use a heating pad, fermentation process can take up to 2+ weeks. Make sure you use the proper amount of sugar when preparing your sweet tea. The sugar feeds the SCOBY which converts it into all the beneficial properties that Kombucha has. Don't use flavored teas. The oils in the tea are bad. Only add flavoring after tea has fermented. And use only 100% juice or puree. It's the good stuff! ALWAYS save the proper amount of starter tea for your next batch! Sanitize everything. Wash your hands, bottles, and all materials. Make sure to clean out your fermentation vessel after every brew. Continuous brewing can cause mold and other problems. Avoid using metal around the SCOBY. Stick with wooden spoons and glass containers. HAPPY BREWING! music: Intro Song by tasteislife.com "What More Can I Say (Top Chillin')" Shawn Lee & Clutchy Hopkins ubiquityrecords.com camera/edit: Reis Paluso

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