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What is Matcha?

Matcha is some kind of Japanese green tea, in most definitions of the term. It is in fact green tea leaves that are smashed into powder. But not all green tea leaves will be considered Matcha: they are shade-grown for a couple of weeks. The shade-grown aspect is needed for theanine and caffeine producing.

Traditionally the matcha tea focusses on the preparation and serving as a hot tea, but nowadays there are a lot of matcha products available. You can buy the powder and make your own tea but it is also available as coffee or ice cream, etc.

What is dog food?

Dog food (or at least, good dog food) is food that is specifically tailored for dogs. We can all understand that a dog has different needs than cats, horses or humans so it is only natural that they have their own food you can buy. There are, of course, a lot of ingredients and needs we have in common but and some dogs eat anything and others might be a bit picky. Just bear in mind there is good and bad food for anyone.

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A Sub By Any Other Name: How to Make 2 Regional Favorite Subs

Whether you call it a hoagie, a hero, or a po’ boy, sub sandwiches are undeniably awesome. But what makes them even better is that the sub differs depending on what it’s called, what region it’s from, and heck, which shop makes it. It has a personality of its own, and while it takes a lot of time and effort to make your own (which is why it’s best to go to your favorite sub shop franchises for your sub fix), it’s never too late to learn how to make these American classics at home.

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