We know you love drinking tea but have you ever tried cooking with it?
If your answer is no and you are only drinking your tea, you're missing out on a world of delicious culinary opportunity, from risotto to soups, from to smoothies to scones.
Today we bring you an easy and delicious way to start your tea cooking journey. An amazing Smoky Tomato Soup with French Lentils made with our Lapsang Souchong Tea
Lapsang Souchong is a special type of black tea that originates from the Fujian region in China. It is made by smoke-drying tea leaves over a pinewood fire.
It has a distinctive woody and smoky flavour, which combines the original taste of black tea with a unique pine smoke aroma.
But what are Lapsang Souchong tea benefits? Let’s explore them in this article.
On World Soil Day I’m reflecting on the importance of soil health in our garden and in food producing endeavours around the world. It's so important we work with nature to maintain soil health and the hundreds and thousands of live bacteria and organisms that grow there.
At the same time I am reflecting about this lovely of your internal garden: Think of your intestines as a garden bed, with probiotics as the seeds of good bacteria and prebiotics as their fertilizer.How can we take good ca...
Tea is one of the world’s most popular drinks and it makes up around 20% of the world’s total consumption of beverages.
It became known in the western world between the 16th and 17th century but its use dates back to Ancient China where it was initially seen as a medicinal drink.
This means that its beneficial properties were already acknowledged millennia ago. This can help us answer the question: why is tea good for you?
Bringing the Power of the Sea into your own home
Solaris Foot Spas are a wonderful, easy and convenient way to bring a bit of authentic Spa Time into your own home.
Seaweed has been used for many generations in Ireland for its health giving properties!
Naturally high in over 80 vitamins and minerals, as well as precious oils, seaweed relieves aches and pains, softens the skin and restores balance leaving you feeling deeply cleansed and revitalised.
Chakras are often mentioned in the context of well-being, meditation, and both physical and mental health.
Many assume that only those with a deep knowledge or extensive training in spiritual practices possess the necessary skills to work with chakras.
Yet the philosophy behind chakras is quite simple and there are many small ways in which you can apply it in your daily life, starting today. We will show you how in this article and how to balance your chakras.
How Do We Define Chakras?
Breast cancer is a complex ‘ dis-ease’ with multi-faceted causes that are individual to each woman experiencing them.
Whilst we cannot claim that there are any singular factors that can ‘cure cancer’; we can raise awareness of the importance of checking your breasts regularly, taking time out to have regular checkups with your GP and also to freely share this information with our loved ones.
The more openly we share this information already from a young age, the more natural it becomes for y...
We believe the best Kombucha is the one you brew yourself because in doing so you are in total control of the ingredients and the fermenting time and it’s a whole lot cheaper than buying it. So, we will post recipes and special concoctions of Kombucha, a probiotic beverage made by fermenting sugary tea with the help of a scoby, a symbiotic community of bacteria and yeast. Here is the first one.
Check out this great recipe for Jasmine Milk Tea. This unique beverage has become very popular in recent years due to its fresh and herbal flavour. And if you are looking for extra sweetness, learn how to prepare and add Honey Boba to your Jasmine Milk Tea
Popular in South Africa for many centuries, Rooibos Tea is increasing its popularity among tea lovers around the world. In addition to being caffeine-free, this beverage is thought to have strong antioxidant properties. Discover what scientific studies say about Rooibos and its health-boosting effects.