Tea

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  1. Hopeful Daisy

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    Hello, I know you can have normal tea without milk and peppermint tea but are there any other teas we can have? I think I might get fed up with peppermint and I can't handle normal tea witout milk.
     
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    I know we can have peppermint and green tea - don't know of any others though.
     
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    ok thanks...
     
  5. Miss Fenella

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    Redbush (which I have because its caffine free) and white tea. Any tea made with a leaf is fine - not sure if there are others - cammomile maybe!

    Try this link :) Tea Types - Learn About Types of Tea
     
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    i asked my cdc is i could have spearmint tea.. and she said yeah if its a leaf.. you can.. im not sure if this is the same on LL.. I looove green tea though.. hated it when i first drank it though..
    x x
     
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    Blonde Logic Yes. You can.

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    No Camomile - nothing made with flowers. SO no Jasmine either.

    We can have any black, green or white tea. (By white, I mean white leaves, not white iwht milk! ;)) Earl Grey is OK.

    Nothing with fruit or berries or flowers.
     
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    think you can have nettle tea
     
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    you've tried it then? ;)
     
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    i bought some nettle tea last night.. thought i may as well give it a try..
    x x
     
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    Hi

    I have been drinking white tea since last October when I started LL and I'm not sure I will change back at the end of my weight loss.

    I was REALLY worried about not having my morning cuppa but this has been a life saver.

    Don't buy the Twinings - it's quite bitter - but the Clipper organic version is fab!

    Good luck

    Jeanette:)
     
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    Thanks for that. Will give it a go.:D

    I can't stand black tea and coffees full stop. I need one that will be palatable.
     
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    think I'll go and get some of that;)
     
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    yes - I just thought of compost heaps :D
     
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