Reusing sencha tea


Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.

Re: Reusing sencha tea

Postby margauxmorgan » Feb 21st, '12, 03:44

Shimakaze wrote:Another idea: What about using tea leaves as compost? I'm going to try it with an indoor plant and hope that it doesn't attract bugs.


good one :) did it worked? :)
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Re: Reusing sencha tea

Postby BioHorn » Feb 21st, '12, 19:37

Maybe a bit of a different use, but a Japanese friend of mine said she puts it on a hot skillet after cooking fish to remove the fish odor.
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Re: Reusing sencha tea

Postby margauxmorgan » Feb 22nd, '12, 02:58

BioHorn wrote:Maybe a bit of a different use, but a Japanese friend of mine said she puts it on a hot skillet after cooking fish to remove the fish odor.


:D wow! so it could also take away bad odor...cool :)
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Re: Reusing sencha tea

Postby Shimakaze » Feb 28th, '12, 18:01

margauxmorgan wrote:
Shimakaze wrote:Another idea: What about using tea leaves as compost? I'm going to try it with an indoor plant and hope that it doesn't attract bugs.


good one :) did it worked? :)


Not sure yet. Only time will tell :wink: What I did was I put the used leaves on paper towel and left them out to dry overnight. After that, I ground the dried leaves with mortar and pestle into fine powder, then mixed that into fresh soil. I used it on a camellia sinensis plant, which is acid-loving, so hopefully that won't kill it off.
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Re: Reusing sencha tea

Postby margauxmorgan » Feb 29th, '12, 03:53

cool ... 8)

how did you came up with that idea?

Good luck!
hope it goes well :D
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Re: Reusing sencha tea

Postby sencha » Mar 3rd, '12, 22:35

Chip wrote:Wellll, seriously, I would avoid eating Brazilian sencha or gyo leaves, period. Pesticide laws, etc. are quite different in SA countries.

Nothing wrong with a few banned-in-the-US pesticides in my diet... :P
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