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It’s The Little Things, Like Tea Infusers and Oil Sprayers
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It’s The Little Things, Like Tea Infusers and Oil Sprayers

… that perk up a DIYers day. Or maybe just this DIYer. Tea rinses happen frequently around these parts and many of my teas are loose leaf. Since the dawn of time my approach to brewing my loose leaf teas has been very simple: boil water, add loose leaf tea, steep, and then use a...

Reader Mail: How To Store Brewed Teas?
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Reader Mail: How To Store Brewed Teas?

Amilayh asks: Hi Jen, hope this isn’t a silly question. I was wondering, how to you store tea mixes you’ve already prepared — this is, if you don’t use it all on the same day? I’m guessing a day or two in the fridge is fine but do you ever store your tea longer than...

Reader Q: How Do You Do Your Tea Rinses?
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Reader Q: How Do You Do Your Tea Rinses?

For both tea and coffee rinses, I boil water and pour it over whatever tea bags I’m using or coffee (I use instant coffee) I have in a mason jar. To make my life easier, I use my Black & Decker Brew ‘n Go. The process is pictured here. After letting the tea steep/coffee cool,...

Partying with Marshmallow, Burdock & Green Tea
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Partying with Marshmallow, Burdock & Green Tea

Okay, there’s no party… but if there was… you’d be invited. Above is the mix of teas I used to rinse my hair with during my last wash day. I used 1 tablespoon of CC’s Naturals Marshmallow & Burdock Tea (contains marshmallow root, burdock root, peppermint, and lavender) along with 2 packets of green tea. After...