Turmeric Chai

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Turmeric chai has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties and has been used as a culinary medicine in India for centuries. The Turmeric chai is really simple to make and perfect for boosting your immunity.


– 500ml Water
– 3 Slices of Ginger
– 3 Slices of Turmeric
– 2 Squashed Cardamom Pods
– 3 Cloves
– A Pinch of Fennel Seeds
– Almond Milk (optional)
– Honey (optional)


– Put water in a pan. Add the ginger, turmeric, squashed cardamom pods, cloves and a pinch of fennel seeds.
– Simmer for 5-6 minutes and strain the beverage into mugs.
– Drink as it is or add almond milk and honey, if you choose.

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How Many Cups Of Premium Tea Can You Brew From A 500 gm Pack?

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There’s a lot of confusion about How Many Cups Of Premium Tea you should buy. It becomes all the more difficult if you love tea and frequently find yourself out of your favourite blend. The obvious choice then is to buy a bigger pack. In fact, you can save more per gram by going for a 250 gram or 500 gram packaging.
But here is the thing about buying a larger pack, you need to store it properly to preserve the taste. Exposure to air and light takes away the richness and composure of the tea leaves, therefore, you need two air-tight containers, one large and one small. Use the larger container to store the bulk while using the smaller one for your daily tea delights.

So how long will your tea stock last?
Let’s do some quick math here. If you buy a 500 gram pack of premium tea and use a smaller container of 50 gram capacity to store the portion for your daily use, you can ideally get 16 cups of tea from it. That is if you follow the 3 gram per cup rule.