Can you eat green tea?

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


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Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 8th, '17, 21:48

Eating green tea can actually be healthier for you than just drinking the liquid brew. Why? If it’s the fact that will you eat tea? Amazing ideas......

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by PAQF » Jun 9th, '17, 10:51




Furthermore, you body will not assimilate all those heathy chemicals ...
That idea is based on a misconception.


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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by abnyc » Jun 9th, '17, 14:18

Some people will eat green tea leaves as a salad (e.x. Gyokuro w/soy sauce) after steeping & drinking them a few times.

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by PAQF » Jun 9th, '17, 14:58

abnyc wrote:Some people will eat green tea leaves as a salad (e.x. Gyokuro w/soy sauce) after steeping & drinking them a few times.
I usually it them this way, with soja sauce or in an omelette. Found then tasty, probably a healthy habit but we should not exaggerate their health benefits.


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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by chrl42 » Jun 13th, '17, 05:03

Yes, it's a habit from some part of China..like Hunan province,

For example, Chairman Mao always chewed tea leaves after drinking..

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by victoria3 » Jun 13th, '17, 14:07

Sometimes I will lightly fry up first flush sencha or Gyokuro leaves in a fry pan with no oil, add salt pepper and a few spices. This can be saved for latter use also. I sprinkle these crunchy leaves onto soups and salads.
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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by William » Jun 13th, '17, 16:51

victoria3 wrote: Sometimes I will lightly fry up first flush sencha or Gyokuro leaves in a fry pan with no oil, add salt pepper and a few spices. This can be saved for latter use also. I sprinkle these crunchy leaves onto soups and salads.
Wonderful idea, Victoria! :shock:

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by victoria3 » Jun 13th, '17, 21:14

William wrote:
victoria3 wrote: Sometimes I will lightly fry up first flush sencha or Gyokuro leaves in a fry pan with no oil, add salt pepper and a few spices. This can be saved for latter use also. I sprinkle these crunchy leaves onto soups and salads.
Wonderful idea, Victoria! :shock:
Light heat is important just enough to dry our leaves so they are crunchy :D

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 18th, '17, 20:51

peony wrote: For dried tea leaves or fresh tea leaves? You know, when i was young, i ate a lot of fresh tea leaves, er....bitter and astringent. But as i grow up, i can't bear the taste any more. I never try dried green tea leaves, i think, rare people would try to eat dried grean tea leaves.
Hmmm, rare people will like to do something stranges.
what I said is fresh leaves I think, I never tried it before.
But I ever trid fried dried leaves, It taste just like chips.

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 18th, '17, 20:53

PAQF wrote: Furthermore, you body will not assimilate all those heathy chemicals ...
That idea is based on a misconception.


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So it's necessary to try green tea leaves?

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 18th, '17, 20:55

abnyc wrote: Some people will eat green tea leaves as a salad (e.x. Gyokuro w/soy sauce) after steeping & drinking them a few times.
Salad is a good choice to try some fresh tea leaves.

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 18th, '17, 20:57

PAQF wrote:
abnyc wrote:Some people will eat green tea leaves as a salad (e.x. Gyokuro w/soy sauce) after steeping & drinking them a few times.
I usually it them this way, with soja sauce or in an omelette. Found then tasty, probably a healthy habit but we should not exaggerate their health benefits.


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Maybe I can cut some fresh leaves into egg and made it into a green tea flavored omelets.

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 18th, '17, 20:59

chrl42 wrote: Yes, it's a habit from some part of China..like Hunan province,

For example, Chairman Mao always chewed tea leaves after drinking..
Right, it's normal for some tea produce regions to eat green tea leaves.
will you want have a try?

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by janet11 » Jun 18th, '17, 21:02

victoria3 wrote: Sometimes I will lightly fry up first flush sencha or Gyokuro leaves in a fry pan with no oil, add salt pepper and a few spices. This can be saved for latter use also. I sprinkle these crunchy leaves onto soups and salads.
Interesting, and looks delicious.
Thanks for your sharing.
I will have a try.

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Re: Can you eat green tea?

by fun1girly » Jun 19th, '17, 08:31

victoria3 wrote:Sometimes I will lightly fry up first flush sencha or Gyokuro leaves in a fry pan with no oil, add salt pepper and a few spices. This can be saved for latter use also. I sprinkle these crunchy leaves onto soups and salads.
Looks yummy!! Need to try it :-)


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