Friday, November 5, 2010

Stash Organic White Tea

It's good for you, tastes great, and costs less than a quarter a cup.  Stash Organic White Tea - it's delicious.  I buy mine at Sprouts, but you might be lucky enough to have a Target carry this in your local store.  The Targets in Arizona carry Stash brand teas, but I've not seen ANY organics there yet.

the organic varieties are little more expensive (between 40% and 2X more) but tea is still very cheap in the US.  And think about it, you're drinking the essence of residual plants that give off flavor by having warm water poured on them, and steeping over time.  How many pesticides & fertilizers do you REALLY want to be drawing out of those plant parts and then loading up in your liver, kidneys, fat tissues, and appendix, introduced to your digestional tract by the simple act of drinking tea?  Granted, even non-organic teas are better for you than phosphoric acid and industrialized synthetic sweeteners that are fundamental building blocks of carbonated beverages and the obesity, insulin resistance, osteoporosis, hyperactivity and acid reflux they cause, but when you're looking at pennies a cup, rather than a dollar or more a cup, I think it's worth the small incremental extra investment to get the organic tea.

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