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July 25, 2008

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Ricki

I already love rooibos--cannot WAIT to try it iced with mint (yay! another way to use my mint!).

How brilliant to cook the millet and rice in the tea--this sounds incredibly delicious. And, as always, your photos are stellar. Perfect choice, bee and jai! :)

Sophie

A lovely idea Lucy. Your mornings sound so much more calm and measured than mine!

As you say, lots of possibilities here. I like the idea of a floating them in a soup to add a bit more substance to the meal

vegeyum

What a fabulous click! I love all of the ingredients, but never never never would have thought of putting them together.

Ana

Happy, happy birthday Lucy! :) ...Hope it's a great one with good food, good books and lots of laughter...Ana xxx

claud

1971?!
Great year...!
And very striking these ingredients mixed up: I usually avoid rooibos (do not like the idea of loosing the opportunity to eat tea, every possible time!), but I could give him a chance, after reading this post.

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