Infusing Vinegar With Tea

One can infuse vinegar with tea to make delicious salad dressings. Warm up 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar or balsamic vinegar just until boiling. Remove from heat and stir in 2 Tbsp. of tea of your choice. Steep until cool. Strain out the tea and whisk in the remaining ingredients in your salad dressing recipe. Good quality plain teas like Fog Mountain Green or an Oolong Tea will add great flavour.

SUMMER SALAD DRESSINGS

Making your own salad dressings is much easier and quicker than you might think. A simple salad dressing can be made using 3-4 ingredients. Using an emulsifier like Dijon mustard helps to blend the oil and vinegar together and helps to make it thick. Sweeteners like honey or maple syrup are perfect for sweetening. 

Frozen Mango Tea Treats

Use either fresh or frozen fruit. You can substitute peaches instead of mangos if desired. Adding some Greek Yogurt will add creaminess. If adding yogurt it is best to turn your molds upside down a few times while freezing to help to mix the ingredients while freezing. 2 Tbsp. Mango Moments Fruit tea steeped in 1 1/2 cups boiling water until cool. Strain and measure 1 cup.
1 Tbsp. honey, maple syrup or agave syrup
1/4 Greek Yogurt if wanting a creamier treat or omit if avoiding dairy 2/3 cup frozen fruit—mangos or peaches Once tea has cooled combine all ingredients in …

Matcha Poppy Seed Salad Dressing Recipe

Matcha Poppy Seed Dressing: 3 tbsp. plain Greek yogurt
1 tbsp. olive oil or avocado oil 1 1/2 tbsp. honey
1 tsp. Matcha TEA powder 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1/2 tbsp. cider vinegar 1 tbsp. water 2 tbsp. poppy seeds Combine all the ingredients and mix until smooth. Add more water for a thinner consistency. Makes approximately 1 cup. Keep refrigerated.

Light and Creamy Matcha Salad Dressing Recipe

Kick your next salad up with a dollop of Light and Creamy #GreenTea Salad 🥗 Dressing. Here we used our culinary matcha, fresh basil, parsley, green onions, avocado and a dash of apple cider vinegar and lemon for that creamy green goodness! Perfect for a leafy salad or veggie dip!

Peter’s Picks – Rooibos

Rooibos, (pronounced royboss), latin Aspalathus Linearis is South African for ‘redbush’ and is only Grown high in the mountains of South Africa, in unpolluted surroundings. Rooibos is extraordinarily rich in naturally occurring nutrients.

Peter’s Picks – Green & White Tea

The Green & White Teas we carry in the store have a history dating back to 2006. The addition of White tea to the Green Tea created a blend that would help the steeping time and temperature hold up better for those ‘mistakes’ we all make when steeping a cup of tea - water too hot, steeping time to long, too much tea etc.