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A Hero's Journey in the Redwoods. Maybe?

A Hero's Journey in the Redwoods. Maybe?

Andre Fasciola | April 02, 2019 | People, Teaism

It’s true — I am totally afraid of heights. I get terribly nervous looking over the edge of even the shortest roof. That said, I never imagined what my reaction might hold, confronted with the climb of a tree magnitudes taller than any I had seen in nature. Sometimes life...

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The Skinny on Fats

The Skinny on Fats

Andre Fasciola | December 03, 2017 | Teaism

Not all fats are created equally. We’ve all heard these jumbles of words before. Polyunsaturated fats, trans-fatty acids, and omega-3 fatty acids. We know the general rules of thumb when it comes to fat intake—which oils to avoid and fish to target, which processed food to leave on the supermarket...

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Why Matcha Is Better Than Coffee.

Why Matcha Is Better Than Coffee.

Andre Fasciola | October 01, 2017 | Matcha, Teaism

Why We Believe Matcha is Better Than Coffee!  Many people love coffee: it tastes good, gets them out of bed in the morning, and gives them energy to start their day. But with matcha also having all of these properties as well as a list of benefits, it might be...

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Every Day the Flowers are Changed

Every Day the Flowers are Changed

Andre Fasciola | July 09, 2017 | Teaism

A curious connection exists between the ancient Matcha tea ceremony and one of America’s favorite folk heroes.          In fact, it’s a link so prominent, if you’re familiar with the Japanese language, you’ll notice it right on the movie poster:          In 1995, Forrest Gump was released in Japan with...

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Wisdom From The Matcha Tea Garden To Your Fifth-Story Walk-Up.

When Murata Jukō, a Zen monk and tea master, promoted matcha and the tea ceremony as a celebration of simplicity, naturalness and mental health – he knew nothing about cramped subway cars or loudly chewing cubicle neighbors or that bottomless Netflix queue awaiting you at home. No – Murata Jukō...

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