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    Haha, I have different varieties of tea but my friend for Xmas would like some storage for theirs... got to be unglazed/non airtight, ceramic, to allow correct oxidation levels...... I laughed and asked whether my old ice cream tub was a bad idea then!


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    My storage for tea is a zip lock........


    Just like my storage for cigars before the package is opened. After that, it's a "tupperdore." Martha Stewart I ain't, but it works better than expensive humidors.


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    i use tea "tins" to help keep the air out but to be honest, dh & i fly so fast through our tea leaves that there hardly is time for it to go stale i've converted my mother (a long time store pre packaged tea buyer) to the leaves and she's as stubborn as a mule. LEAVES FTW!


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    I love Teavanna. They made a blend for me that smells and tastes just like a thin mint girl scout cookie: a blend of Mate Vana, Peppermint, Rooibos Vanilla. It's a great treat and I've found it to be very calming and mild appetite suppressant.


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    @musa i made a knock off thin mint with store bought candy cane lane tea, a tbsp cocoa, and a splash of coconut milk


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    OTB,

    Here's a good place to start:

    http://www.poisonfluoride.com/pfpc/html/green_tea___.html


    http://www.fluoridealert.org/f-pesticides.htm


    a google on flouride and tea will produce tons of other articles too.


    And I don't eat food from Florida. Almost all of my food comes from within 45 mins. from my home, from farms that don't use pesticides that pollute our soil with things like flouride. I understand some people still believe flouride to be healthy for us, especially our teeth. Personally though, I avoid it like the plague. Do as you please, I was just trying to present information that you might not have been aware of, in case it was helpful to you.


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    PM, first, not everyone has the luxury or devotion to your foods as you do.


    And guess where "within 45 mins. of my home" is for me? Flouride country. (Actually, the flouride molecules are bound into the phosphates.)


    For me, in the big picture of what is definitely bad for us, to maybe, to who knows, I ain't worrying about flouride. (I did glance at the links.) Much, much bigger health fish to fry.


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    Not really on topic but kuno1chi, is that you in your new forum pic? *rawr*

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    LTC:

    Heavily Photoshopped, I'm afraid.

    Edit to add: It was a Halloween costume.


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    ah yes, the background looks like it was taken out

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