As a tea lover, you may want to read this article to learn more about bamboo, especially how you can enjoy the plant as a tea source. After all, when you enjoy a glass of HerbalGoodness Bamboo Leaf Tea, you can get vitamins and minerals like niacin, vitamin A, thiamine, vitamin B6 and vitamin E. Among the other bamboo leaf tea benefits is the fact that bamboo is a good fiber source. Some people even use the plant for bamboo leaf tea hair growth. This doesn't even consider how relaxing it can be to actually sit down and enjoy the inviting aroma and flavor of Herbal Goodness Bamboo Leaf Tea.
Bamboo Leaf Tea
But, who has the time to sit down and relax, let alone incorporate bamboo into delicious healthy recipes? At Herbal Goodness, we understand how busy you may be, which is why we want to save you time by sharing tasty bamboo leaf tea recipes with you. Hopefully, the recipes will save you enough time so that you can convince yourself that you do deserve to sit down and rest at least once, if not twice, each day.
But first, here are more reasons why you may want to try out these bamboo leaf tea recipes. To start, bamboo is an adaptable plant. It has the ability to be grown and flourish in different climates. Another positive about bamboo has to do with how fast the plant grows. In fact, some bamboo grow two inches a day.1 When fully grown, bamboo can reach over 100 feet. Also, there are several types of bamboo which is one of the ways that HerbalGoodness can get you bamboo in different forms, including as a tea, organic extract and as non-GMO organic leaves.
For example, there's Buddha belly bamboo which grows up to 55 feet. Giant bamboo can reach up to 100 feet. And, umbrella bamboo are smaller and can be grown in a home garden. Dragon head bamboo are a type of bamboo that Panda love eating. This bamboo reaches about 8 feet. Japanese timber bamboo, also referred to as phyllostachys bambusoides, can grow over 65 feet. Each of these different bamboo types offers its own unique flavor.
How To Make Bamboo Leaf Tea
And, now for the bamboo leaf tea recipes. If you're stuck indoors due to weather conditions or time constraints, consider stocking up on HerbalGoodness bamboo leaf products. This way, you'll have organic bamboo ingredients to use while preparing meals without having to place a rush bamboo leaves order.
- Organic Herbal Goodness Bamboo Leaves
- Fresh fruit
- Boil 10 ounces of fresh water in a pot
- Place a handful of HerbalGoodness bamboo leaves in a drinking cup
- Pour the boiling water over the bamboo leaves
- Cover the tea with a clean cloth
- Let sit for 5 to 7 minutes
- Add your favorite fruit
- For more sweetness, add in a teaspoon of honey
- Let cool until not piping hot and enjoy!
Note: If you're short on time, you can also pour boiling water over a cup filled with a single bag of Herbal Goodness Bamboo Leaf Tea.
Another Bamboo Leaf Recipe
Here is another bamboo leaf recipe for you to enjoy. As with the bamboo leaf tea recipe, this recipe is fairly easy to work with. However, the recipe does call for several ingredients.
Bamboo Rice Recipe
- 2 pounds of long grain rice
- 1 cup black beans
- 1 pound pork shoulder
- 4 garlic cloves
- 4 tablespoons cooking wine
- 2 carrots
- 1 teaspoon ginger
- 1 cup chicken broth
- 2 teaspoons Herbal Goodness bamboo leaves
- 50 large bamboo leaves
- 4 tablespoons oil
- 1 onion
Place the bamboo leaves, rice and black beans in separate bowls.2 Cover with fresh water and soak overnight. Cut pork shoulder into cubes. Place the meat in a bowl and mix with salt, pepper, Herbal Goodness bamboo leaves, crushed garlic gloves, cooking wine and two tablespoons of oil. Let refrigerate until morning.
The following morning, heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a skillet. Cook the pork, diced carrots, sliced onion and ginger in the skillet. Add in the chicken broth. Strain after the meat is browned. Add in the rice and stir ingredients in the skillet.
Boil the bamboo leaves in a large pot of water. Using a clean towel, wipe the leaves clean after removing them from the pot. Fill the leaves with the rice, beans and pork mixture. Tie with string. Place the bamboo leaves in a skillet filled with water and cook another 7 to 10 minutes. Remove, cool and enjoy!
These bamboo leaf tea recipes could be the start of a good trend. How so? You might enjoy cooking with Herbal Goodness bamboo leaf teas, leaves and extracts so much that you start cooking from scratch again or for the first time. And, it's with homemade meals that you may best become aware of what's in the food that you're eating.
For example, instead of assuming that kale, lettuce or spinach that you put in salads is grown in non-GMO soil, if you grow your own vegetables, you'll know what's in the soil. It's this type of care that HerbalGoodness is committed to making part of its manufacturing process. You can even watch the HerbalGoodness manufacturing process on video at our company website.
Commitment to provide you with healthy food, tea and super fruit is why Herbal Goodness sources for and manufactures premium quality extracts, teas, powders and supplements. Our WBENC certified company is woman owned. From our Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Unoma Okorafor, to our customer service specialists to our farmers and brand ambassadors, we are honored to be at the front of the drive to practice healthy living through relaxation, fruit, teas, supplements and organic super foods.
Our bamboo leaf products, including our bamboo leaf liquid extract, bamboo leaf tea, bamboo leaf tea hair growth skin and nail complex and our organic leaves, which come in a convenient pouch, are a part of our commitment. Because we value social good and aim to be an integral part of global social good, at HerbalGoodness, we also support the education of girls in Africa by donating up to 10% of our profits to the WAAW Foundation. This is an organization that empowers girls and women through STEM training. Your support of HerbalGoodness allows us to share our commitment to offer premium quality products with you. Your support of Herbal Goodness also allows us to support girls, women and farmers.
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- Bellarmine University. Bamboo. Accessed July 16, 2020.
- Food. Sticky Rice Wrapped In Bamboo Leaves. Accessed July 17, 2020.