EatGreenTea #Review

by - 9/04/2013 05:24:00 AM

100% Organic Whole Leaf Tea
I was super excied to have the opportunity to try EatGreenTea. I am one of those people who love drinking green tea/juices so I was super excited to try the real thing. At first I thought the product was bitter, and was not going to try it again. After reconsidering. I decided to give this product another chance, and I’m so happy that I did. I guess I my palette was use to the taste after the first try. I deicded to add it to my food which made it effortless. I love this product in my omletes, (sorry no picutes, my omletes don’t usually come out pretty. I love that EatGreenTea usues pure green leaves which is a plus for me. I am so happy that I gave this prouct another chance. My biggest suggestion would be to have fun with this product. EatGreenTea has did an amazing job, with having a huge list of recipes to incorportate EatGreenTea in.
The taste will vary. Green Tea is naturally has a little bitter taste. However, I’ve mixed the Green Tea in my meals and haven’t had a noticeable difference with the taste.  Your palette will pretty much adapt to the change.
I really enjoyed the samples I received of EatGreenTea, I do plan on incorporating this product in my regimen at some point. I truly love how I have the option to place the EatGreentea in my meals or drink it. (No excuses right?) I love how this product is really affordable. I also love the quality of this product, and knowing that I am only ingesting the best leaves in my body. Did I mention the different versions that EatGreenTea has to offer? This product is perfect for cooking, baking or making on the go smoothies.
Awesome recipe try: Dont forget to try some of the great receipes on the EatGreenTea site HERE

Green Tea Omelette

Green Tea Omelette
Green Tea Omelette

• 1 cup egg whites
• 1 small onion, chopped
• 1 red bell pepper, chopped
• 2oz. whole leaf, organic,
edible green tea leaves
• 1 pinch teaspoon salt
• 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1. Chop veggies to desired size
2. With non-stick cooking spray, grease pan.
3. Heat pan with high heat and wait until surface is hot to the touch
4. Pour egg whites over pan
5. Add vegetables and green tea leaves
6. After one side is cooked, fold eggs and wait until they are cooked thoroughly

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  1. this sounds interesting...I am a tea lover,but use them as a drink.Its nice to know this recipe....


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