Does tea stay good made up and kept in the fridge a few days?
Combination green, white, etc with honey brewed together and kept cold. Does it keep nutritional value?
Everything tends to start breaking down immediately. However, tea is boiled... so it is not exactly a fresh enzyme source.
One thing you can do to improve the value: drink the tea straight, and eat the honey raw. Raw honey kills every kind of fungus and bacteria (Napoleon used sugar to treat wounds).
Fungus growing in the stomach is a major source of illness and lack of energy in Americans, and globally.
back to tea... I keep tea in the 'fridge for many days. It is still refreshing after a week.
Probably. When tea first came to England it was made up in huge barrels and stored in cellars. I would imagine that a refrigerator is more efficient.
Cardamom and fresh ginger, boil with water, add tea leaves, boil two minutes,, add milk and sugar to taste, leave in fridge for three days. take out on Day 4, warm or heat it in your magic box (microwave) and pour it in a cup.
Take a careful sip, and ...'God! Ambrosia!"
It's not such a good idea,unless the container is very tightly sealed - tea is a natural deodouriser and when kept in a fridge,it absorbs the odours from it.Green tea is commonly used for reducing fridge odours.
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