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Feb 21st, '08, 23:23
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Ew! Why you shouldn't buy 'refrigerated' tea

by Ladytiger » Feb 21st, '08, 23:23

Today, I was in the mood for something sweet so naturally, the only thing my high school carries is very high in sugar iced teas and juices. I bought one of the Diet Green teas and started drinking it. After about five sips, i felt thin waxy glop on the back of my top teeth. That's not natural. I pick it out only to find it to be mold. I looked at the iced tea and it had another moldy floatie in it. Totally gross! I believe this is the second time this has happened to me. Why does this mold form? It's a pasteurized product that always needs refrigeration. While the cafeteria workers are stocking they leave the juices/tea/sugar/water out for HOURS! I'm definitely not buying anything that I can not see through again. :x

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Feb 21st, '08, 23:38
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by Victoria » Feb 21st, '08, 23:38

Yikes! Maybe you need to try the green teabag in your own water bottle trick.
:o)

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Feb 22nd, '08, 10:24
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by Ladytiger » Feb 22nd, '08, 10:24

I normally make myself some iced tea the night before but forgot. Maybe I should order some of the Den's cold brew iced tea.

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Feb 22nd, '08, 12:06
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by Victoria » Feb 22nd, '08, 12:06

That's what I'm thinkin'

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