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    I wish my grandmother was here to share her passion for tea with you folk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abel View Post
    I generally don't put milk in my tea anyway, but doesn't almond milk separate when you put it in hot liquids due to coagulation of the proteins? How do you avoid that?
    had bad results with thicker kinds of it, especially ultra heat treated - but the chilled stuff straight from the fridge in the supermarket is usually alright - almond breeze, alpro sell it here in england.

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    Just stopping by to say that this is the best thread and that I'm glad it is getting cooler because it is more pleasant to drink hot tea now
    i want you on the kitchen table, public bathroom. on the dirty floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimi_Merlot View Post
    Just stopping by to say that this is the best thread and that I'm glad it is getting cooler because it is more pleasant to drink hot tea now
    it will also be more pleasant for you to bake cookies. and then sell them to me on etsy.
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    i know very little of teas, but i really enjoy bigelow's pumpkin spice tea (possibly only because i've yet to try any other brand of pumpkin tea?), and republic of tea's blackberry sage. i put honey or agave nectar in both of them. agave nectar is a nice vegan friendly substitute for honey. it's also tasty on oatmeal.

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    How have I never considered pumpkin tea? That should be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrainDamege View Post
    it will also be more pleasant for you to bake cookies. and then sell them to me on etsy.
    ahh i so would do that but i'm afraid to ship cookies because i would feel really bad if they broke.

    pumpkin tea sounds interesting, i've never been too into all that pumpkin flavored stuff that is everywhere around now but i would probably try that.
    i want you on the kitchen table, public bathroom. on the dirty floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimi_Merlot View Post
    ahh i so would do that but i'm afraid to ship cookies because i would feel really bad if they broke.

    pumpkin tea sounds interesting, i've never been too into all that pumpkin flavored stuff that is everywhere around now but i would probably try that.
    You just have to make tough cookies. I made some recently that pretty much broke in half when you picked one up, so something like that would arrive as a bag of dust. But I guess experiment and see what you can do to make them firmer. I should have a better understanding of the chemical processes of baking by now, but I'm not sure what exactly makes them stick together more aside from longer baking time.

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    yeah i mean the ones i make are pretty sturdy unless they are candy canes or guitar or something with a long skinny part because that tends to just snap off especially in transit.
    i want you on the kitchen table, public bathroom. on the dirty floor.

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    Maybe you could get away with shipping cookies if you made them smaller in circumference, but also thicker. Oh, and if you pack the box really tight it will be less likely to move around during shipping.

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