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Old 06-04-2014, 07:24 AM   #1  
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Chia seeds in my peppermint tea? Any tips or rules?
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No rules, I used them in my iced coffee and to make 'low carb bubble teas' and enjoy them very much. It's best to stir them into hot liquid, already sweetened, and let them swell for 3-5 minutes before icing them. Otherwise it takes longer for them to expand.

Chia pudding with almond milk, sucralose, vanilla, and cocoa powder is also scrumptious. That just need to hang out in the fridge overnight to properly swell.
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That sounds yummy and yes I am trying to follow induction rules so thank you for the info
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Spruce up your peppermint tea with chia seeds! These tiny powerhouses add fiber, protein, and a fun texture. Soak 1/2 tsp per cup in water for 5 minutes to avoid clumps. Enjoy hot or iced, and adjust the amount based on how thick you like it. Want it sweeter? Honey or natural sweeteners are great companions. Feeling fancy? Garnish with fresh mint for an invigorating touch!

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