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    Cool What do you cook with tea?

    I can only make mixed tea and milk tea now.
    Cooking with tea leaves is also said to be an experience.

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    Scones, as in Wi-"scons" -in.

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    I once made rice for a Japanese dinner using green tea as the liquid. I would guess that another tea might be appropriate for rice for, say, a Chinese or Singaporean meal.

    And, somewhere in my recipe archive, is a recipe for tea-smoked vegetables -- you light the tea leaves so they smoke and then you steam vegetables in that smoke. Or something like that; those may not be the exact instructions. But you do make a smoke of tea leaves as you would make smoke from hickory or fruitwood for meat.
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    When I was in college and my mom was watching the kids she would make scones for all 10 kids on the block. I never got any)

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    Intriguing that the OP has started two threads. Both about tea. And posted nothing else.

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    Intriguing that the OP has started two threads. Both about tea. And posted nothing else.
    I like to cook tea with SPAM.

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