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Tea of the Week

By Marensmorsels @marentweets

Good morning merry sunshines.

A good friend always says this to me when I see her at early morning basketball practices. It always makes me smile.

I was a little creative with my oats and yogurt this morning…

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I was sad to find plain vanilla greek yogurt in my fridge. But fruit preserves to the rescue. I added a heap of blackberry preserves and magically my plain, dull yogurt became vanilla blackberry yogurt!

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To my yogurt I added 1/4 cup old fashioned oats, 1 TBSP blackberry preserves and a pinch milled flax seeds.

Did I mention the preserves turned my yogurt the best shade of purpley pink?!

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With my yogurt I had a marvelous cup of tea. So now I’m introducing you to a new segment I want to do on the blog…

Tea of the Week!

I can’t drink coffee anymore because I’m taking a more homeopathic approach toward health and coffee is a natural antidote to remedies. I’ve been drinking and trying tons of teas and I thought it would be fun to feature a tea every week or so.

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I love this tea. Celestial is one of my favorite tea companies, so far, and their Lemon Zinger tea is a favorite. I love lemon tea in general but the addition of spice and a little tang is brilliant. The weather has been so stormy I’ve been enjoying mugs of Lemon Zinger left and right.

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This is an herbal tea so it’s naturally caffeine free. Can I just mention how sensitive to caffeine I am since quitting coffee? It’s nuts! If I have a diet coke or a green tea my hands actually shake after just one!

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I’d love any and all tea comments! Don’t be shy
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I’m thinking about making a tea of the week page. What do you think? Maybe an archive page that includes the feature of the week article and then teasers from the 6 previous entries.


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