Welcome to the last day of the April Blogging Challenge. I hope you all had a great month and enjoyed this series. I enjoyed visiting the many participants, who had some of the most interesting themes. But, as with all challenges, I am glad it is over. Today, I am going to leave you with the …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: Letter Z"
Hi, and welcome back. I am sharing with you today the letter Y of our tea leaf reading symbol dictionary. I hope you had fun during this series and learned a lot about tea and tea leaf reading. As I mentioned yesterday, I am working on a book about the subject, and will share with …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: Letter Y"
O is for Oregano Brought by the returning WW II soldiers from Italy, oregano comes in two varieties – the Mediterranean version being milder than its Mexican counterpart. It is almost inseparable from any Italian dishes, but should be used with caution when adding to foods, as it tends to overpower other herbs and spices. …Continue reading "O Is For Oregano – A Herbal Guide"
Hi and welcome back! Today, I want to share with you a Chai Tea recipe that is my favorite. While chai tea is widely available in tea bags, there is nothing better than the home made variety. Also, you can adjust the ratio of the ingredients to fit your needs, once you got a feel …Continue reading "A to Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “J”"
The following post may contain affiliate links Hi and welcome back to another week of the A to Z Challenge. While green and black tea are widely known, it’s cousin the white tea sometimes gets ignored. However, white tea has many health benefits that warrant a closer look. From cancer-fighting and antibacterial properties to cardiovascular benefits, this gentle …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbols “I”: An April A to Z Blogging Challenge Post"
Of course, you love tea in all of its glory – no matter if it is the traditional black tea, the healthy green tea, or the versatile herbal tea. But do you know exactly how long you should steep your tea for optimal taste and effect? Let me share some information about tea steeping times …Continue reading "April A to Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “H”"
Welcome back! Nice to have you here on my blog. Today, I want to talk to you about sweets and tea. Yes, those delightful little treats that make tea time even more interesting. I have found a book for you, that combines both the love for tea, and love for sweet treats. It is …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary: F – An A to Z Challenge Blog Post"
Hi, and welcome back to the A to Z Blogging Challenge – Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary! We are already at the letter D today, and I am having so much fun sharing this exciting info with you. For some extra fun, I wanted to share with you a short list of other forms of …Continue reading "A To Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “D”"
Did you know that green tea can help you linder your allergy symptoms if you are drinking it daily? It does not matter if you use the caffeinated or decaf variety. And better yet, you can use this tea perfectly for practicing tea leaf reading! Today’s letter is C. Enjoy! Letter C Camel: there are …Continue reading "A To Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “C”"
Before I am starting with the letter B today, I wanted to share with you 22 Facts about Tea Leaf Reading: 22 Facts About Tea Leaf Reading Tasseography is also known as tasseomancy and tassology Tasseography works not only with tea leaves, but also with coffee grounds or wine sediments A skilled reader or …Continue reading "A To Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “B”"