2007: The Year Green Tea Broke

Funny article in Salon about the newest panacea: green tea. I’ve noticed racks and racks of new green-tea products filling the supermarket shelves in the past few weeks. I thought GT was big already, but it got bigger. My favorite will probably always be green tea ice cream, which is extraordinarily tasty, though I guess that is not the point.

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2 thoughts on “2007: The Year Green Tea Broke

  1. Anonymous says:

    In Korea, I think the panacea is kimchi. As you know, I don’t believe in panacea’s, but I think that kimchi is addictive, at least as much as chocolate, but less so than coffee, of course.We started doing research in caffeine and it’s analogues. I suggested the analogues, but my boss was a step ahead of me.Fred

  2. Anonymous says:

    >In Korea, I think the panacea is kimchi. As you know, I don’t believe in panacea’s, but I think that kimchi is addictive, at least as much as chocolate, but less so than coffee, of course.We started doing research in caffeine and it’s analogues. I suggested the analogues, but my boss was a step ahead of me.Fred

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