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  1. Food and water
    I dug up a thread from 2014 about the LTS of tea. Mylar w/ O2A or vacuum sealing was the post. The post went sideways with who likes what tea, price per pound, etc and never really came to a conclusion as to the advantages and drawbacks to each method. In the intervening 6 years, I’m sure some...
  2. Food and water
    So some background for me, I'm a bit of a tea connoisseur (snob, as my mother says it), and I generally have about 20 different types/blends of tea on hand at any given moment. I have a stash at work, and a separate stash at home, and I usually make at least 1-3 cups for myself and my wife...
  3. General Discussion
    The UK explained sexual consent in the most British way possible. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PV6lsmCSy48 With tea!
  4. Food and water
    LTS tea storage I just finished reading "Going Home" by one of the frequent posters in the "Books, Movies & Stories" section by Angry American, and it got me to thinking about tea storage. Its very obvious the author likes his sweet tea. Searching the forum archives for beverages, I see a lot...
  5. Food and water
    I was recently searching online for a cheap, easy, portable way to make a single cup of coffee when I came across the Java Wand. (can also be used with tea) It seems to be getting good reviews. Have any of you ever used this product or something similar?
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I specifically am searching for whether or not (tisane) Herbal Teas expire - I would think that the one's sealed individually (not paper sealed) should last indefinitely. The forums turned up nothing and Google gave me conflicting answers that were more geared towards actual Teas. Has anyone...
  7. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Every year I go through catalogs trying to figure out what we can grow here. I have a long wish list. I had 'Tea' on my list but for some reason I was not able to find the latin species name for tea [Camellia sinensis], so the past few years I had skipped it. Then 2 weeks ago, a coupon that I...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Back in February I applied for a community garden plot, Friday evening I got a call from the lady in charge to let me know they had a plot available for me (I was on a waiting list). I met with her yesterday afternoon to complete the process, tour the gardens and explore my new plot. I plan to...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I did a board search and didn't get a single hit on tea. What I would like to know does anyone make their own tea bags? Basically what I would like to do is make up individual coffee bags that could be brewed in a canteen cup. This would be cheaper then buying the individual packs. Also you...
  10. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Tea plants... Anyone have any knowledge on growing tea? I have read that South Carolina use to be a major tea place. My friend is making a 1-2 archer farm, and I am doing some grunt work. Also is there any South Carolina specific(acid rich ground) ideas anyone has? Maybe even a good victory...
  11. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Has anyone ever tried growing their own tea? From what I read, it can take about 5 years for a plant to reach harvest age, but can produce for up to 100 years if properly cared for. I ask because I enjoy drinking green tea in many forms and it is my main source of caffeine. Caffeine aside...
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