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How to Make Tea Are you tired of making drinks that require too many ingredients If you are then you need to try making tea Once you have mastered this easy and wonderful art you will never drink anything else again The first step in making tea is picking the right flavoring packet You must go to a grocery store and buy the packet of your choice Tea is pretty cheap so it shouldnt be too big of a problem After choosing the flavor that you like the second step is making sure that your kitchen houses some necessary equipment for making the tea Find a two-quart pitcher Next find a long-handled wooden spoon a water faucet that has drinkable water and an ice cube tray full of ice Then you are ready to mix Third grab the left edge of the tea packet between your thumb and index finger With your other hand begin peeling the upper-left corner until the entire top of the packet is removed Next dump the contents of the packet into the pitcher At this point adding the water is a crucial step Place the pitcher under the water faucet and slowly turn on the cold water If the water is turned on too quickly powder will fly all over Trust me I know After the pitcher is filled within two inches of the top turn the water off and get prepared to stir With the wooden spoon submersed three-quarters of the way in the liquid vigorously stir in a clockwise motion until all of the powder is dissolved Taste it If the tea is not sweet enough it means you need a half cup of sugar Fourth when you are finished putting the half cup of sugar in the tea rinse off the spoon Take a glass from the cupboard A 32-ounce mug will be quite sufficient Add ice and then fill the glass with your newly created tea
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