BreakfastAugust-September 2014

Whole-Grain Matcha Cereal


Here’s a great way to transfer matcha powder from your tea cup to your cereal bowl. Leftovers can be reheated with a splash of additional water. Matcha powder, the star of the centuries-old Japanese tea ceremony Sado, matcha is traditionally gleaned from high-altitude Gyokuro tea plants. Plucked in the spring, the leaves are lightly steamed, air-dried and then stone-ground into a very fine, green powder.

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