Reusing sencha tea
Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.
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 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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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...
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