Delicious ways to reduce food waste

Matcha: is this cult green tea really that good for you?


The world seems to have gone bonkers for matcha, putting it in everything from lattes to brownies. We reveal if it’s really worth joining the green party


Author: Permacooking

Reducing food waste can be eco-friendly, easy, and delicious.

4 thoughts on “Matcha: is this cult green tea really that good for you?

  1. Reblogged this on ' Ace Foodie News ' and commented:
    Added you to my magazine as well here

  2. This for me is interesting although I was told by my doctor I cannot have green tea as it crosses with a diuretic I am having and also one of my pain killers.
    As I have said before there have been a lot of topics you have written about which are of great interest to me and I’m sure many others!
    Best wishes.

    • Food synergy is fascinating (green tea works better with some drops of lemon, tomatoes with olive oil, apples with chocolate, grapefruit with avocados, etc). However, it’s also very important to be very aware of the interactions between food and medications. Not so fascinating, but extremely important! Thank you, friend! 🙂

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