Do tea bags expire? This question is one of the many that run through the minds of tea lovers and the answer to this is yes, they do. When stored in the pantry, you can enjoy fresh tea bags for close to a year and when they are in the freezer; they can last for up to two years. If you store the tea bags or loose leaf tea in the right conditions, you can drink the tea long after they have expired without encountering any problems.
The Vietnamese avocado shake, or sinh to bo as people commonly call it in Vietnam, is one of the sweetest smoothies I have ever had. All you need is regular milk, some sweetened condensed milk and of course, ripe avocados. As a food enthusiast, I am ever on the lookout for the next recipe I will try out, but I have to be honest and admit that it is not always that meals jump out at me.
When I saw the title “Lemon Cayenne Pepper Water,” I did a double take. “Really?” I thought, “I can’t believe it.” You see, when I was a little girl I had nearly continuous respiratory problems. It didn’t help that in 1959 when I was seven years old, my entire second grade class and I had pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough. Lemon cayenne water was one of the ingredients my mother gave me while I was sick.
The buttery nipple has fast risen to become a favorite party shot, and it is not for naught. To start with, it has a delightful taste that will have you coming for more as the party goes on. It is also quite light on the alcohol which is a good thing owing to its sweet taste.
Malt vinegar uses are many! Did you ever come across malt vinegar or brown vinegar as one of the ingredients of a recipe? Did you ever wonder what makes this vinegar different from a synthetic one? And does that difference guarantee better health and nutritional value to the brown vinegar?