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The most common material from which tea bags are made is filter paper. Filter paper is usually made of abaca, the leaf stalk of a banana plant from the Philippines.

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Tea bag paper is made with a combination of thermoplastic fibers, cellulosic fibers and abaca. This type of paper has neutral odor and flavor, which makes it suitable for bagging tea. It also has a high wet strength to k...

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Green tea can go bad when improperly stored or stored for excessive periods of time. Signs of spoilage in tea include a loss of aroma, signifying the evaporation of the natural oils that give tea its flavor. However, the...

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Family-sized tea bags contain approximately 7 ounces of tea leaves. One bag is equal to three to four individual bags and makes up to four 8-ounce servings of tea. Family-sized tea bags, which are available in regular or...

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According to Country Living Magazine, a 2-quart pitcher of hot-brewed iced tea requires four to six tea bags. The actual number of tea bags you should use depends on the desired strength of the iced tea.

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Steep tea bags by allowing them to soak in boiling water for one to seven minutes, depending on the type of tea being brewed. Shorter steeping times result in milder flavor, while longer steeping yields a stronger cup of...

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Antifreeze is extremely toxic, so rubber gloves should be worn when cleaning an antifreeze spill, using sawdust or cat litter to soak up the spillage itself, before disposing of material used to soak up the liquid in sea...

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