Arts in Pu-erh making

Written by Tea Hub

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A Pu-erh Bing Cha’s compressing technique is shown in its shape and tea leave presentations onrepparttar surface ofrepparttar 113204 cake. A good compressing technique does not only affectrepparttar 113205 appearance of a Pu-erh Bing Cha, but also affect a Pu-erh’s quality. Comparing to machine compressed Pu-erh Bing Cha, traditional hand compressed Pu-erh Bing Cha is less flat and will age faster. Historically, Jing Chang Hao was famous for their superior compressing techniques and beautiful appearance., your trusted source for high quality green, black, oolong and Pu-erh teas.

Chips & Dip, Dessert Style

Written by Kori Puckett

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Bake in oven for 8 to 10 minutes (ovens may vary). Repeat with any remaining tortilla wedges, and allow to cool for approxiamately 15 minutes. Serve with any flavor ice cream you want.

Or alternatively, you can serve it with fruit and spice mixture called Fruit Salsa/Dip. In a large bowl, mix:

2 kiwis (peeled and dried), 2 apples (peeled, cored, and dried), 1 (8 ounce) package of raspberries, 1 pound of strawberries, 2 tablespoons of white sugar, 1 tablespoon of brown sugar, 3 tablespoons of fruit preserves (any flavor)

and cover and chill in refrigerator for 15 minutes.

Here's a great tip I got from one of my YJD subscribers: if you don't want to use sugar, or you want to cut down onrepparttar calories, you can substitute Splenda (or your other favorite sugar substitute) instead. This can work for can apply to other dessert recipes containing sugar as well.

This article provided by Kori Puckett, publisher of 300+ delicious, old fashioned, homemade dessert recipes at

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