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17364Re: [Star Trek Books] Slightly Odd Q

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  • don hallenbeck
    Jul 1, 2005
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      When I do tea in a cup, I leave the bag right in till I'm almost done then take it out.
      Tea, Earl Grey, 70*C, please.
      Don H.

      Frances <fmcoleman@...> wrote:
      I though seeping was when you let the teabag sit in the cup of water and steeping was when you held the teabag string and bobbed it up and down in the water. I could be wrong.--- On Fri 07/01, April Payne < april_anastasia@... > wrote:
      From: April Payne [mailto: april_anastasia@...]To: startrekbooks@yahoogroups.comDate: Fri, 1 Jul 2005 09:38:39 -0700 (PDT)Subject: Re: [Star Trek Books] Slightly Odd QThat probably should have read 'steeping' the tea. Usually after you pour in the boiling water you let the tea sit for about two to five minutes before pouring the first cup. This enables the tea to infuse the water, called steeping. If you pour it too soon the tea is too weak, not fully brewed as it were.Hope this helps.april,Staci Hapdock wrote:them 'seeping' the tea.


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