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Ooh, Look At What I’ve Done, Eh?

I must admit, I’ve become quite the health food drink connoisseur. I make my own mixes, several different mixtures a day I try.

The most beneficial will ALL include tea of some kind, black or green or white tea, whatever. Tea is great, we all need a bit more tea in our lives. Coffee may play a role in these drinks, I’m not quite sure. I drink coffee at least 2 cups a day, it makes me jittery and nervous, but I still drink it, meh. Since I’ve become a tea snob, coffee has seemed to me to be a bit overrated.

Things I’m playing around with = Ginger, garlic, Kale, Turmeric, Honey, Sea Salt, Sugar, Spring Water, Lemon, Lime, Cranberry, Almonds, Walnuts (I fucken love walnuts!), pistachios, blueberries etc.

I could become rich off of my health drink empire, eventually. Thank me now before it’s too late.



2 thoughts on “Ooh, Look At What I’ve Done, Eh?

  1. I’ve certainly got into drinking so much tea that it’s not really enjoyable anyone. It’s pleasant that way.

    Posted by Joseph Nebus | June 26, 2015, 4:27 am

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