Culinary Matcha
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Culinary Matcha (4oz)

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*****Culinary Matcha (4oz)

By Yelena on January 29, 2014
Flavor: Ceremonial Grade 1oz | Verified Purchase

I am also really impressed with the company, I purchased this organic Matcha powder to add to my yogurt and smoothies, the company (kiss me organics) emailed me a complementary recipe book with creative ways to incorporate Matcha powder into my meals, i was not expecting to receive the recipe book so I was pleasantly surprised, with both the quality of the matcha powder and the quality of the free recipes.

My favorite use for the matcha powder is to blend 1 serving of organic whey power with 1 teaspoon of matcha powder and 8oz of kefir and frozen organic blueberries.

Enjoy!

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Reasons you’ll love Culinary Matcha

4 ounce bag

Our Japanese-grown, 100% certified organic, Culinary Grade Matcha powder contains 137x the antioxidants of brewed green tea. Matcha is a potent antioxidant and consuming it can increase thermogenesis (the rate at which our body burns calories) by 30 to 50%. Our green tea powder contains a potent amino acid, L-Theanine, that helps reduce stress while providing a steady energy boost (for up to 6 hours), without the caffeine crash. Kiss Me Organics Culinary grade matcha is made from 100% certified organic ingredients and comes in a BPA-FREE Packaging with resealable zipper pouch. Ideal for blending, baking and cooking. 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.


Contains caffeine: All matcha contains a combination of caffeine and L-Theanine, which provides a calm, long-lasting energy boost.


Certifications

Nutritional Information
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Catechins and Phenols
1
Heavy Metals
1 2
Organic Certification
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Q: Bad Taste
— Asked on May 12, 2017
A: As you have noticed, matcha naturally has a very distinct flavour to it. Many people will add both a sweetener and milk to bring it more to their liking. Can you give this a try and let us know what you think?   Also, if you haven't already, please make sure to try out some of our recipes in the guide which was emailed to you shortly after you placed your order. Culinary Grade Matcha in smoothies seems to be a customer favourite!   If you didn't receive the guide, please let us know and we will be more than happy to send it to you right away.
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Q: Does matcha increase hot flashes?
— Asked on May 17, 2017
A: While we are not medical doctors, we see that there are studies out there that caffeine may have an increased effect on hot flashes. Since Matcha contains a naturally occurring caffeine, it may have an effect on them. Then on the other hand, there are also studies that say, "when taken with other herbs, green tea may alleviate hot flashes." Since each person is different, we always recommend speaking with your doctor or a nutritionist for the most up to date medical advice.
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Q: Is your matcha tea gluten-free? Packed in a gluten-free facility?   Do you happen to know if  Wheat farms are common next to Tea farms in Japan?
— Asked on May 17, 2017
A: The owner recently visited the farm in Shizuoka, Japan and he confirmed that it is a gluten-free facility. They only process tea there. The Japanese government is extremely strict about not allowing tea companies to process other items. In addition to doing the customary removal of his shoes at the door of the facility, he had to wear a white suit, special shoes, and walk through a vacuum/air chamber to remove any impurities from his body before being allowed into the area that has the tea. He said the region where the tea is harvested was mostly green tea with some rice fields too. He said he was not looking for wheat fields, but doesn't remember seeing any on his travels, so he cannot confirm of any near the farm.
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Q: Caffeine Content
— Asked on May 17, 2017
A: Caffeine content is 3.0gr/100gr. A teaspoon of matcha is 2 grams. So 3% of 2 grams is 0.06 grams Since matcha is the entire green tea leaf, dried and ground into a fine powder, there is a naturally occurring amount of caffeine. One factor that can greatly affect the amount is the way the tea is grown. If the leaves were shade grown, as in the Ceremonial Grade Matcha, the tendency is the plants will try to increase their chlorophyll content in order to get as much light as they can, and in the process increases all other minerals found on the leaves; this includes the caffeine content. Our Culinary Grade Matcha is not shade grown, thus its caffeine content is a bit lower; it is almost the same amount as a regular cup of tea. A traditional serving of matcha is 1/2 tsp matcha, or 1g. 1g Culinary Matcha = 19mg caffeine 1g Ceremonial Matcha = 30mg caffeine One traditional serving of matcha has less caffeine than most teas, some soft drinks (like Mountain Dew), and is about equivalent with brewed green tea. Even if you use 2 tsp of Culinary Matcha, you're still getting less caffeine than the average drip coffee. If you are concerned about the effects of caffeine we suggest starting off with a small amount, such as 1/8 tsp.
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