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Matcha DNA Green Tea Powder Review

Matcha DNA Green Tea 

I was able to try green tea powder this week which is great because I started trying to eat a little better and flush all the toxins out of my body. Matcha DNA green tea powder may be the equivalent of 10 glasses of green tea in terms of nutritional value and antioxidant content. That is a ton of green tea. It is certified organic and sustainably grown for maximum potency. I tried it just as a cup of tea and wasn't too blown away, it still tasted just like green tea, it is supposed to be smoother and less bitter but I would say its pretty much the same as regular green tea. But I like regular green tea so that is not a problem but I think I will try it in another recipe. 

These are a few of the recipes that are on their website I would like to try they have a whole bunch of them, and if you would like to order some of this magnificent tea go to www.matchadna.com 
Green Cookies
Ingredients:
(for 30 cookies of 5mm thick) 360g flour 130g sugar 240g butter at room temperature 2 eggs 1 egg yolk 2 tablespoon Matcha green tea powder 1 tablespoon of Gyokuro green tea leaves Preparation: 1. Leave the butter out of the refrigerator to melt a bit. 2. Shift the flour & Matcha twice (we used COOK MATCHA of The Matcha House brand). 3. In a large bowl, beat the butter. Add sugar and beat again until the texture becomes creamy. 4. Add beaten eggs and continue beating until the mixture becomes yellow-white. 5. Add flour mixture and mix slowly with a rubber spatula until dough just comes together. 6. Add Gyokuro tea leaves and mix well. 7. Pull dough in a log, approximately 4 cm in diameter. 8. Wrap dough log and place in freezer for 15 minutes. 9. Cut dough into a 5mm thick. 10. Bake on parchment lined baking sheets for 20 minutes at 170 º
Matcha Pancakes
Ingredients:
150gflour 1 egg 1 teaspoonbaking powder 1 tablespoon sugar a pinch of salt 1 teaspoonrum 1 cup milk(120ml) 2 teaspoonsMatcha Assorted toppings, such as honey, butter, maple syrup, sweetened whipped cream, or chocolate syrup.(We strongly recommend raspberryjam!) Preparation: 1. In a bowl, mix all powders. 2. Add beaten egg, milk and rum and whisk all together. 3. Let the pancake mix stand for at least 15 minutes before cooking. 4. Lightly grease the pan with oil. 5. It is recommended to cool down the pan slightly on wet cloth before cooking. 6. Cook large spoonfuls of batter until bubbles burst on the surface. 7. Turn and cook other side. 8. Add toppings as you like!

 

ORAC Antioxidant Value

    Matcha is 1300 unit/g
    Pomegranates 105 unit/g
    Blueberries 91 unit/g

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