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Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In this piece, take in the history of Green Tea!

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Matcha is, without a doubt, gaining popularity in the United States and is the topic of discussion on this week's Japan Eats. Guest Michelle Gardner, owner of Chalait in New York City's West Village recently opened with a focus on this special tea. Michelle shares that the concept of the cafe was born on a trip to Japan when she had her first sip of matcha and felt driven to bring it to an American audience, prepared using traditional techniques. She goes on to elaborate the various ways Chalait implements matcha into the menu aside from a typically sweet additive. After the break, the health benefits of the tea are discussed and range from containing high levels of antioxidants to relieving stress and boosting metabolism. Curious to try? Switch out your afternoon cup of coffee with a traditional matcha tea! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"This [matcha] is sort of the tea-spresso of Japan!" [16:30]

"Matcha is a great alternative if you want to live a healthier lifestyle." [22:10]

"Matcha is delicate and it often can be drawn out if combined with too many other things." [29:14]

--Michelle Gardner on Japan Eats


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This week on We Dig Plants, solo host Alice Marcus Krieg is talking garden myths with author and radio show host C.L. Fornari who joins on the phone via Poison Ivy Acres on Cape Cod. Talking about her new book "Coffee for Roses," C.L. elaborates how the book came about and how important it was to have a humorous spin. According to the book, word-of-mouth may be a great way to learn about some products, but word-of-mouth gardening tips can be a very bad idea. The age-old practice of passing along gardening tips and tricks is no guarantee you will get a good result...it might even do the opposite. In her new book, garden expert C. L. Fornari looks at 71 common garden practices and uncovers the truth behind the lore. Do marigolds keep the bugs out of the veggie patch? Will rusty nails turn hydrangeas blue? With humor and affection, she goes back in time to sort out the good, the bad and the just plain silly and tells us why. "Coffee for Roses" combines gardening history and expert advice into one useful, time- and money-saving package. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"One of the things we learn from the garden is to never say never." [11:35]

"There are numerous home remedies that didn't make it into the book either." [13:38]

"People are prone to be a little wacky when it comes to products that are under the kitchen sink and spreading them around the garden." [13:53]

--C.L. Fornari on We Dig Plants


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