I’m someone who’s constantly debating back and forth between whether or not to be a vegetarian, be a quasi-vegetarian, or just eat meat. I’d love to be some sort of a vegetarian for both health and ethical reasons, but often find it difficult and inconvenient to maintain that diet and lifestyle. For this reason, I found a recent Huffpost article on the pros and cons of eating meat to be fascinating. It outlines interesting arguments on all sides of the debate, considering nuanced variables such as tradition, health, and taste.
What do you think?
A friend recently encouraged me to try Teas’ Tea, her “all-time favorite” iced tea brand. “The name is kind of stupid,” she admitted. I agree. I don’t know why any company would brand itself by a name that is an exact noun of their product (can you imagine Beef’s Beef? Salmon’s Salmon?).
Nonetheless, I bought Teas’ Tea Unsweetened Jasmine Green Tea the next time I went shopping and fell completely in love. I hate overly sweetened tea, iced tea, and coffee, and I’m always looking for unsweetened iced tea that isn’t too sugary and actually retains its tea-y flavor. The Jasmine Green Tea flavor is perfect—it’s light, subtle, and refreshing. As a bonus, it’s also zero calories!
To buy: $2/Bottle. I’ve only ever seen it in health food stores. Packaging is nothing special, so look carefully.