Recipe Directions

Dissolve Kuzo root starch with water. Gather all ingredients blend all with warm tea, except for diced vegetables. Serve it with garnished with veggies. You can substitute with Shitake mushrooms if those are handy.

Zhanna8's Thoughts

The Japanese word “maitake” (my-tok-kee) means dancing mushroom. They say it is such joy when one can found these mushrooms, it would make you dance—mushrooms were worth their weight in silver. It has wavy, rippling appearance similar to a spinning skirt of a dancer…

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That sounds brilliant, can't wait to try!

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Gynostemma is a only green tea does not have a coffine THOUGH it contains many amino acids, vitamins, minerals, including selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, phosphorus... this tea has a pure sweet scent and tastes a little bitter http://www.yahwehsaliveandwell.com/gynostemmaleaf.html
Kuzu root helps to keep your recipes thicker such as soups desserts sauces etc
and it has some health benefits: http://www.mitoku.com/products/kuzu/healthbenefits.html

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very cool recipe / what is gynostemma tea and kuzu root starch

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