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The worst part about salad greens are the limp, old leaves in the bottom that ruin all the others. The best part about bagging your own greens is you can control that. Peruse your grocery or farmers market for snappy stems and perky leaves that have some legs left for the week. Leave the limp, lame leaves on the shelves. The reality is this: Bulk greens are usually fresher, often less expensive, and carry fewer documented safety concerns.

But the convenience of bagged greens can help encourage you to include more of these nutrient-rich foods in your diet on a regular basis. Less added chemicals are better Lettuce, spinach, kale and collard greens all score in the top 16 for chemical load in EWG’s annual ranking of. Heat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly oil a large rimmed baking sheet.

In a small bowl, whisk together olive oil, Dijon mustard, sherry or cider vinegar and agave or maple syrup until ingredients. Better Than Greens not only contains Super Greens, it ALSO contains Organic Super Grains (Organic Amaranth, Organic Brown Rice, Organic Flax Seed & Organic Millet). The vast majority of Americans are not eating whole grains, and even less are eating these ” super” grains.

It has long been known that grains are the ” staff of life”. Green tea is available in bagged and leaf form. The bagged versions are more commonly available in grocery stores, whereas the leaf versions typically need to be ordered through a company’s website or purchased at a specialty retailer. There are differences in the two types as far as cost, benefits and taste.

When it comes to green tea, however, generally yes, what you are doing (drinking loose leaf tea and consuming the leaves) is healthier than drinking green tea brewed from tea bags. First, some background on green tea: Green is chock full of antioxidants and other nutrients, thanks to chemical compounds found in the leaves called catechins. Better Than Greens liver detox boosts immune system, energy with green foods, whole food supplements and energy boost information for health benefits using green. Potatoes: Like garlic and onions, store potatoes in a cool, dark and dry place, like a box in a dark corner or a paper bag, which works effectively for the purpose.

5. Greens: Remove the bands or threads that spread them out from the cluster. Here are some tips: Store all lettuce and salad greens at 35 to 40 degrees Farenheit Buy bagged greens as far away from “use by” date as possible Try to eat within a few days of purchase Definitely toss if beyond the “use by” date or leaves look slimy.

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The greens should be fresh and perky.

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Greens have never been the same to me.

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The more variety of greens in the bowl, the better.

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Bagged greens may not taste

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Can you imagine eating an entire grocery bag full of greens?

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Leafy greens are anything but a joke.

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Greens are cheap enough.

“Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book” by Jane Grigson, Yvonne Skargon
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Greens roll up.

“101 Juice Recipes” by Joe Cross, Daniel Krieger
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Leafy greens are the exception.

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This seems to keep the greens fresh longer.

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  • People who actually care about making a good product does make a difference in the quality given all other factors being the same.

  • Well this is wrong.
    Gong Fu Brew:
    Put 10g loose large leaf in pot, brew for 15 seconds. Leaves can be used for a further 8 cups by brewing for 5 seconds. Leave the milk in the cow.

  • I want to thank your parents for gifting you to the global fitness community and to youtube for enabling you to spread your wings and bringing us into your fold. Please keep up the great work. I doubt there is another youtuber of your kind. And yes, please do make a video about the cooking aspect of this topic. Thank you.

  • Quick Question! How come with a lot of frozen fruits and some frozen vegetables the nutrition stated on the nutrition facts are very low?

  • I have been drinking twining’s jasmine green tea for years (tea bags) and i must agree its quite bitter tasing and does give you a dry mouth. however! this video has made me go out and get myself some decent quality loose leaf of the same sort but different brand and a little glass diffuser teapot. i will see how it goes:) i have had loose leaf before but not jasmine green tea so i am looking forward to seeing if i have been doing it wrong all these years. great video by the way you seem very knowledgeable

  • The lesser quality of bag tea is one thing, but it might not matter as much as long as you enjoy the flavor. A major concern, however, is the fact that several manufacturers put in additives. For instance, a Norwegian consumer agency recently found that popular products by Twinings and Lipton contain between 5-20% sugar! They don’t disclose it on the ingredients list as they are not legally required to do so (in the EU at least)… and don’t get me started on the preservatives, the citric acid (which is extracted from mold), ‘natural’ coloring, etc.

  • Love the series!
    However… many of your statements from Linshan et.al. are wrong, in many cases after taking into account the size of the standard-deviation there is no significant differences. It is critical not to just look at the means; it seems the specimens varied a lot or measurements are not very accurate.

  • If you read nutrition labels on frozen strawberries vs raw, you will see vastly reduced vitamins in the frozen. Same with all other fruits. Granted that’s trusting the labeling process and laws.

  • I always just buy my veggies frozen. They last longer, it’s more convenient, less work to prep, and some evidence suggests as Jeff points out that nutrients are at least the same if not better in some instances than “fresh” produce. As soon as a fruit or veggie is picked, it essentially begins to die and lose nutrients. Where as fruits and veggies that are frozen, usually get harvested, sliced and then frozen almost immediately, essentially “freezing” (preserving) them in time.

  • On the next Myth Busting Monday, could you talk about whether the time of day in which you eat meals affect muscle gain and fat loss? (Eating a large dinner vs eating a large breakfast, etc).

  • raw vs cooked and then how it was cooked also I think would be interesting.  I have always been lead to believe that RAW was best for most fruits and vegetables with the exception of tomatoes.  Thanks Jeff you rock dude!!!

  • Probably a silly question, but as I was poking holes into my bag of soil, it says, “For IN-ground use” and a circle and bar across a picture of a pot. Cant use this dirt for this project, huh? Do I need container soil? Ugh! Its never a smooth project for me.

  • Cover the cooking video please, i just went vegetarian and i would love the science on how to make the best of my meals in relation to nutrition

  • Yes Jeff Please Make A Video Explaining The Nutrition Value Difference When Food Is Cooked A Certain Way. I Understand That Boiled Sweet Potatoes And Better Than Baked Sweet Potatoes For Diabetics. Thank You For All Of Your Hard Work And Very Informative Videos And Podcasts.

  • Love the main point: doesn’t matter how nutritious food is if you’re not eating right. Just focus on actually eating a variety of fruits and vegetables instead of 5% differences between fresh vs frozen.

    Also would love to see a profile on microwaving vs other forms of cooking food. I’ve heard the my that microwaving food can destroy and break down certain nutrients. Is that true?

  • Thanks for this video. Definitely more complex than I thought. I prefer my produce picked and eaten fresh from my garden! I freeze fruits for smoothies though.
    I would love a video on how cooking methods affects nutrient density.
    I am mindful of it when cooking as it seems logical that cooking vegetables to an over cooked state would result in less nutrients, as it usually results in less flavor.

  • Wow great. So we are just wasting tea when we just dip it and throw away the tea bag within 20 secs.
    Can we put tea bag while boiling the water to extract flavor����������

  • Oh man, brings back memories from cold winter days as a kid. We’d go sledding and be out at the park for an hour or two, then go back to my friends house and have tea. No name, grocery store brand black tea bags, absolute bottom of the barrel. Up front assault of old grass, hay, and that sourness you speak of was in there too, then nothing… It’s like bad hot water.

  • Hey Jeff,
    I wish my comment will reach to you
    What book you would recommend to acquire basic knowledge about nutrition based on scienctific evidence?
    It’s super important to me:)

  • Hey man! Could you do a science explained video on tilapia!?
    Everyone claiming it’s a great source of fats and protein, but Iv researched it to be a complete GMO grown fish, thanks!

  • WOW this is an eye-opener!!! I am highly impressed: you seem to know exactly what you are talking about, and you explain things so very clearly. Thank you!!!

  • Great video Jeff, I loved the depth of your analysis! I’d be keen to see a video where you discuss the pros and cons of various cooking methods for sure!

  • First, don’t use regular tea bags. If you open one and have a look inside they are full of rubbish. A good loose leaf tea actually just turns into leaves when brewed.

  • Hey Jess what’s your go-to bible passage for getting through times like this? I have Cucmbers, Peppers and Tomatoes started but I’m struggling to scratch together materials for raised beds and I’m afraid I won’t get them in the ground before things completely fall apart. Thanks.

  • myth bust: is microwaving food dangerous? Consider length of time in microwave and different food sources vegetables vs proteins, for ex.

  • We need to spread the word I keep seeing people say “green tea is healthy i drink it every day” and they don’t know what type they are drinking and they say “I get Lipton green tea,” and they say “Lipton tea is one of the best brands of tea” I actually have seen people say that Lipton or cheap dirt tea bag companies are the best tea companies.

  • You got to give George credit for trying to get mom time! Thank you for always being an inspiration to me. I missed eating my mom’s beefsteak tomatoes. My heirloom tomatoes are small but we’ve been eating a salad from my deck almost every day because i planted a lot of cherry tomatoes( chocolate sprinkles and yellow are the tastiest and sweetest to me )and, pickling cucumbers and peppers( rainbow which i never had before but they are constantly producingthey eventually turn red). Love being able to go outside and pick off the plant like my childhood. My mom would have finally been happy. It didn’t count that I grow a lot of flowers, have flowering shrubs, berries, herbs. i have a lot of 60 to 80 foot trees around my house

  • Would there ever be a video on maybe busting through plateaus in training? I realize there hasn’t been much informational videos on that on YouTube, and I think you’d do amazing explaining it!!

  • i love this video. i’m in the deep south where the heat index was recently over 100. i bought some heat tolerant varieties and plan to use your method to grow some baby greens on my porch, without the lid of course. will you make a video of the greens growing followed by a harvest? thanks so much for the intro to this way of growing. i hope to keep it going all year round. Because of covid i don’t feel safe buying greens in the store (only veggies that i’ll cook) so i really look forward to fresh greens again!:-)

  • Whoa whoa folks maybe you should look up the effects of the “chemical” used first before you make your decision based on convience and end up wasting time in a casket.

  • More pungent in taste than closely related greens like kale, cabbage and collard greens, the bitter quality of mustard greens is a sign of their high phytonutrient content. Why are mustard greens good for you? They’re are packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and protective antioxidants, including glucosinolates and polyphenols, yet because of their slimming calorie count.

  • Hi ran into your video from Arkansas Rogers area used to live in Fayetteville AR..I moved back to AZ… I also love your idea very good!!!

  • Yeah.. I´m from Mexico haha and finding good quality tea here is very hard and very expensive, the best I can do is Teavana, which I seriously would like to know if it has good quality tea or is it just in my head? On the other hand I also Love coffee which is nice..

  • Hello Jess how do you put Asprine in your plants please rely thank you I do garden in pots. I do get lots of son my zuccini is coming when they are baby they just turning yellow. Thank you

  • Am I strange or does anyone else think tea has more flavour when it is just above tepid, maybe 60-70°?
    Tip, use water that is at 90-95 ° less of the aromatics in the tea are lost.

  • But what type of tea are you using? What temp is your water? Does this effect other tea in the same way? Am I still ingesting a credit card worth of plastic per day from all these tea bags?

  • First brought to a fine art in China millennia ago, assumes towering cultural importance in Japan, grown on vast scale in India. So let’s ask the British how to drink it?

  • Don’t hope for tiktok to find this masterpeice. A masterpeice and the memory it carries it cannot be ruined by the present moment.

  • Ok, this feels like a silly question but everyone in the comments section seems nice.:) Is there any reason why I couldn’t use a couple of tubs inverted over my raised garden beds and do the same thing? Or would the raised beds get too cold as opposed to the bag of dirt on the ground?

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    Always pre heat the china cup/mug,☕, with boiling water, for at least 60 seconds. Pre heat your tea pot also, with boiling water for 2 minutes. Tip out the water from your pot and re pour fresh boiling water into pot, to brew your tea leaves or tea bags. Brew for 3 to 5 minutes, for full bodied tea results. ��Add honey, suger, milk, into your pre heated cup, as desired. Honey & full cream milk are my favourites. ��&��
    Collect a vast number of fine china tea cups & pots, and fill your entire apartment with fine things for tea, as I have done. Now you will feel like Royalty. God bless you and keep you safe always,
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  • Hey! I would love if you can make a video about fruits, some will say it’s good for you while the other say it will slow your fatt burn. I wanna know what science has to say about it

  • Would this still work on a slab? We do rent an apartment and have a slab in the back and can’t put anything out in the grass. But we get good morning sun through early afternoon sun back there. Also we can’t really add mulch or leaves around the base could we use something like a dark cloth?

  • When the human body is froze do it come back to life after it’s thawed? Logic tells me that eating a fruit or vegetable fresh is the best way to get the electrical connection between nutrients and cells. However freezing is better than letting it go to waste

  • So what temperatures will the greens tolerate? I’m outside of Chicago, and I really want to try this! Would it work on my porch beneath a skylight if it won’t work outside?

  • close your offices.. all that money for tea research and that guy didnt even make a tea better than a local street vendor out here in india. wtf are u doing with yo lives..lmao

  • Great video. But you should taste a tea brewed by an Indian. Those tastes awesome.
    I miss the tea seller from my city, Kolkata. That guy used to brew tea for at least 10 minutes using no water (only milk, tea and sugar) and it tastes something out of the world��. I remember people used to come from miles apart to taste a sip of that tea.

  • Thanks for this video.
    Mostly it was aimed at the inferior experience due to the poorer quality tea used in most teabags.
    However having tried using loose “Alishan Cream” in DIY teabags bought from Mei Leaf yesterday, I’d add that another key factor is the tea having room to swell as it brews. After some pleasant but unspectacular cups, I tipped the tea out of its bag and brewed the remaining cups directly in the cup.
    This made a big difference and I’m sure is partly covered in the other videos here that advise brewing techniques.

    So whilst Metalbirne below suggests this approach and I hoped it would be convenient for drinking tea on my travels, you’re probably still missing out especially with good quality tea.

  • What’s with the styrofoam cups? Do Brits drink from these?! And, forget about absorbing flavor, what about mentioning the damage they do to the environment!?! I can’t get my head round the fact that people drink tea from these.

  • 30 seconds 35mg vs 5minutes 50mg caffeine.. Plus you extract more toxins as well which you don’t measure in that experiments.. Why not 2 mugs with less brew?

  • I’m an Indian and my mother makes the best of tea’s in any flavour.
    By the way if my mother sees you serving tea like that she’ll make sure to give you a long sermon.

  • also important to be aware this hasn’t became more common randomly, this administration has cut back on regulations related to water that can be used for growing crops.

  • Jeff can you do a video on how to increase cardiovascular endurance for athletes training for sports like long running vs short sprints how they affect the heart and which is better sort of thing

  • I was shocked by how little you brew your tea because teabags usually come with instructions to “brew tea for 2 minutes.” I have been doing it wrong this entire time haha

  • Hey Don, what do you think about Captain Picard drinking Earl Grey from Tea Bags? You should do a video about the evolution of tea in the 24th century:-D

  • Hey man! Could you do a science explained video on tilapia!?
    Everyone claiming it’s a great source of fats and protein, but Iv researched it to be a complete GMO grown fish, thanks!

  • Hey Jeff, can you do a video on best post workout drink, like chocolate milk or protein powder w/ water or other great examples? I’d like to get the best bang for my buck!

  • Love the main point: doesn’t matter how nutritious food is if you’re not eating right. Just focus on actually eating a variety of fruits and vegetables instead of 5% differences between fresh vs frozen.

    Also would love to see a profile on microwaving vs other forms of cooking food. I’ve heard the my that microwaving food can destroy and break down certain nutrients. Is that true?

  • love this video. love looking at you all. you give me hope & laughter. i need it in these frustrating & uncertain times. thank you. stay safe guys 8-17-20

  • I have been drinking twining’s jasmine green tea for years (tea bags) and i must agree its quite bitter tasing and does give you a dry mouth. however! this video has made me go out and get myself some decent quality loose leaf of the same sort but different brand and a little glass diffuser teapot. i will see how it goes:) i have had loose leaf before but not jasmine green tea so i am looking forward to seeing if i have been doing it wrong all these years. great video by the way you seem very knowledgeable

  • Taste is subjective.
    If I’m making iced tea, I’m only going to use mass produced bagged tea. For me, it tastes better than anything I’ve tried loose leaf.
    For hot tea, I’m only going to use loose leaf tea as I’ve yet to find a bagged tea that can even compare.

    All the snobbery in the comments makes me laugh a little bit. You people take yourselves way too seriously.

  • 8:48 Disagree. If I pull the tea bag apart like you did and I see that junk, I wouldn’t even drink that garbage. Nevermind the taste. That’s if I would purchase and use tea bag in the first place, which I won’t. That garbage is only fit for Western consumption.

  • I wonder if this works with coffee? iced tea? And sweet tea? This was the most British science I’ve ever seen…. like… this is like measuring in America/US the velocity of the tip of the chain while juggling chainsaws and revolvers on the back of a monster truck levels of equality.

    Since I currently have a waste of space running my place… i have a lot of tea (I used to have some British friends here in the states and kept it for them)…. but since its pandemic season right now… im looking at how to make this tea… so far I like black tea hot with sugar. Lol

  • É o Will Ferrel com o cabide na boca, só percebi agora. Tempo em que se fazia clipes só com talento, uns caras esquisitos e música boa ��

  • That’s amazing, it’s like Kitt3n George knew he was on camera and went for center stage LOL. Good memories of such a sweet kitty, may he RIP.

  • Same here, I had trouble finding good quality tea when living in Mexico a few years back. The best I found was Twinings at the time but, I could only get it at Carrefour. Thank you for this great demonstration! I honestly cringed when you drank the tea bag tea only because it made me wonder if it was indeed a bad batch. Thank you again for all your wonderful and very helpful information all your videos provide. I recently have been buying only loose, whole leaf tea from mainly Silk Road Teas. Compared to another premium loose leaf tea, the ones from Silk Road actually had much more intact leaves/buds than other ones from other sellers. Cheers!’

  • I have a question about your programs. So the programs are separeted in arms, shoulders, chest etc.. How to I make a routine out off them? Should i do PPL? MondayChest and arma??? Inneed help jeff

  • Would be interesting if there is a diet of specific fruits and vegetables that a person could eat every day (or in cycles of several days) to get all nutrients. I hear the mantra of different colors all the time, but a lot of veggies that have the same colors can sometimes wildly differ in nutrient content/density. I’ve looked online for a sort of “veggie routine” I could implement into my diet to make sure I’m not lacking in anything and also streamline my diet to create a habit, but I haven’t found much.

  • Hey Jeff, when can we expect the Legs instalment of the PPL science series?

    Keep up the good work, amazing content and favourite YouTube channel out there.

  • Why is there no video discussing these new and “improved” nylon based tea bags? I used to love tea, but since they changed the material of the tea bags, I can definitely tell the difference in the taste of tea. I used to drink about 3 or 4 cups of tea per day, now I maybe drink 3 or 4 per month. It’s not as enjoyable to me now. Has anyone else noticed this? I had found an old box of Red Rose tea recently (the best Orange Pekoe/breakfast tea I have found, but I think it’s mostly available only in Canada), and did a taste test for some friends who didn’t believe me. They all preferred tea from the old style of tea bags. Anyone else notice this?

  • Jess, thank you so very much for taking the time to create such excellent content, while sharing your years of experience and expertise, in an easy-to-understand manner…even for a newbie like myself. You are an EXCELLENT teacher!!! Like you, I LOVE tomatoes, and watched your video “How to Prune Tomato Plants (and other tomato tips) last night. I just finished watching this video and must tell you that I AM ADDICTED to YOUR CHANNEL!!! lol. Your intelligence and personality shine through, and make it a delight to watch and learn. I wish we were neighbors because I truly believe we would talk until the cows came home…every day! hahaha. I send heartfelt wishes that you and your family experience only peace, love, and prosperity in your lives. Yvonne

  • Thank you for this lesson on tea bag vs loose green tea. I’m currently a tea bagger �� for convenience sake but have been inspired to begin a journey of properly drinking and appreciating loose teas. I would love to know at what point it is acceptable to have tea blends and also with the added infusions of flavor enhancers like flowers, or fruits? Yikes! I hope that isn’t a major faux pas for a tea aficionado such as yourself. Haha! Well, there it is. Excited to watch and learn more from Mei-Leaf! Thank you again for sharing your knowledge and passion for proper teas. ����������

  • Thank you for your video it was great soon as I can I’m going to try to start a garden and have one all year round whatever I can grow in the winter anyway.
    God Bless, Be Safe.��

  • Yes, in México it is not easy to get loose leaf tea. I could find some in Asian groceries stores «Chinese, korean,Japanese» and also in the Chinese community area in Tijuana.

  • Omg you came to Mexico!!!! Feel welcome always:) yeah we are more coffee drinkers, but it is changing little by little, I mean at least at Mexico City there are a lot of place where you can drink tea so maybe next time you can come to Mexico City and go maybe to Tomas or casa tassel, which is the place I work for… So thank you very much I really learn a lot watching your videos.

  • I always drink loose leaf and mix my own teas. I recently bought filter bags to make mixes for my family and friends since they’re used to tea bags and don’t have the mesh ball I have. Hopefully the bags don’t change the taste? I’ve never used one for my loose leaf mixes before. The mesh ball has been my best friend lol

  • Same here, I had trouble finding good quality tea when living in Mexico a few years back. The best I found was Twinings at the time but, I could only get it at Carrefour. Thank you for this great demonstration! I honestly cringed when you drank the tea bag tea only because it made me wonder if it was indeed a bad batch. Thank you again for all your wonderful and very helpful information all your videos provide. I recently have been buying only loose, whole leaf tea from mainly Silk Road Teas. Compared to another premium loose leaf tea, the ones from Silk Road actually had much more intact leaves/buds than other ones from other sellers. Cheers!’

  • Brilliantly -simply explained! Will try here in the Chicago suburbs soon. Love my korean spicy lettuces that I grow in window boxes on my back porch all summer. May try it on back patio if landlord says ok (better sun there) and use some styrofoam underneath to protect from the cement I’ll be setting the lid on. Will have to find something attractive to put around it too. We DO get into the -10 degrees F in Dec-Feb so I don’t think I will get ALL winter greens, but maybe longer (or drag into the garage just before those crazy-cold days won’t get enough light to grow but may keep them from dying). LOVE how simple and sensible this is!

  • Quick Question! How come with a lot of frozen fruits and some frozen vegetables the nutrition stated on the nutrition facts are very low?

  • Thank you for this lesson on tea bag vs loose green tea. I’m currently a tea bagger �� for convenience sake but have been inspired to begin a journey of properly drinking and appreciating loose teas. I would love to know at what point it is acceptable to have tea blends and also with the added infusions of flavor enhancers like flowers, or fruits? Yikes! I hope that isn’t a major faux pas for a tea aficionado such as yourself. Haha! Well, there it is. Excited to watch and learn more from Mei-Leaf! Thank you again for sharing your knowledge and passion for proper teas. ����������

  • Hey, pilgrim. How’re you and the family doing? Haven’t seen your posts on FB in a bit. My wife and I are hankerin’ so we both hope you guys are doing ok.

  • and now, I know what to do to keep a small patch of lettuce alive this winter in my raised beds. horay! On a related note: spring planting, I cant really do indoor seed starting and dont have a green house. Do you think 1 gallon clear jugs over direct sown seeds might work as mini greenhouses before last frost?

  • Thank you for your excellent video which validates my experience!

    I live in a senior apartment building. We get regular deliveries of free “fresh” food from the local grocery stores. These items have an expiration date the same as the delivery day. I think this is well intentioned. However, some of this food is bags or plastic boxes of pre-washed ready-to-eat salad green. They always actually stink because they are decomposing. Rotting. Obviously, I don’t consider these fit to eat.

    However, when I purchase such bagged or boxed cut greens directly from the grocery store, I notice that they start going bad well before the expiration date, and they give me a stomach ache!

    Like the person you describe in this video I will no longer eat pre-washed cut greens at all. I will only eat whole heads of fresh lettuce. I also won’t eat packaged microgreens. Those I grow myself from organic seeds!

  • You can just buy paper tea filters and make your own tea bags with loose tea. You just do this once after purchase and it will be just as convenient on your travels. Cheers guys.

  • You just ruined tea bags for me and i just started drinking tea a month ago. I cold brew so the bugs and sweepings aren’t just sanitized by hot water. Great job, very informative but ignorance is bliss so fuck you

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  • R u truly saved? Have u trusted in Christ alone that he died to ALL ur sins on the cross, was buried, and rose again bc we are all sinners? Don’t let Satan drag u down with him: religion says do, Christ says it’s DONE. The world says u gotta be good to get to Heaven but God says we ALL fall short, all our righteousness are as FILTHY RAGS (Isaiah 64:6). that’s why Christ came and died for us bc if he didn’t we would all be going to hell for our sins. He’s merciful and wants all humanity to be saved but the devil is smart that’s why he comes up with works based salvations (saying that salvation needs to come from us, what we do, whether that be repenting of sins, follow the commandments, praying, confessing sins). While of course it’s good to do these things after you’re saved, none of that saves us! Jesus Christ’s sacrifice for us on the cross is what saves us alone. He did it all. Don’t let the enemy deceive you with works based salvation (also known as Lordship salvation) so many go to hell daily because they never actually trusted in Christ ALONE, they relied on themselves or their works to save them. U are saved the moment u trust in the one true gospel; that Christ died for ur sins, was buried, and rose again on the 3rd day. Amen, get saved, tomorrow is never promised. Don’t listen to the self righteous liars who say u gotta turn from ur sins to be saved, it’s ironic and hypocritical because they are sinners too, and they needa trust in Christ alone.
    Ephesians 2: 8-9 “For by GRACE are ye saved through FAITH; and that NOT of yourselves: it is the GIFT of God: NOT of works, lest any man should boast.” It’s a free gift, accept it today.

  • I thought in England, the birthplace of tea you could get 5 to 10 for the possession of tea bags.

    If you use tea bags, you poor thing, switch to to loose ground leaves. The strainer beacons thee. I’ve been doing it all my life. Don’t live like that.

  • Love the series!
    However… many of your statements from Linshan et.al. are wrong, in many cases after taking into account the size of the standard-deviation there is no significant differences. It is critical not to just look at the means; it seems the specimens varied a lot or measurements are not very accurate.

  • How about self frozen fresh food? For example a mango, I prefer to eat them frozen after I have cut it in pieces before putting it in the freezer.

  • I live in Vancouver, BC I wanted to to know when I have to water like every alter day. Also do I have to cover all the time? Will you please let me know which month I have to cover? Thank you.

  • When the human body is froze do it come back to life after it’s thawed? Logic tells me that eating a fruit or vegetable fresh is the best way to get the electrical connection between nutrients and cells. However freezing is better than letting it go to waste

  • Oh man, brings back memories from cold winter days as a kid. We’d go sledding and be out at the park for an hour or two, then go back to my friends house and have tea. No name, grocery store brand black tea bags, absolute bottom of the barrel. Up front assault of old grass, hay, and that sourness you speak of was in there too, then nothing… It’s like bad hot water.

  • Can you do a video on water retention. For show prep or photo shoot prep. Also how you aproch creatine use during these times. Should I kick the use to reduce my water retention.

  • This was one of the most useful videos I have ever watched. I modified your instructions by putting two plastic totes on top of one of my raised beds, side by side, with a variety of lettuce seeds planted underneath. It was wonderful eating a fresh salad in December and throughout the winter and spring. I will be doing it again. Many thanks to you!

  • Alcohol’s affect on protein synthesis. Does adding more than 1.6g/kg body weight of protein into a diet counter-act alcohol’s negative effects?. thoughts for another video. Thanks for all your amazing content <3

  • Would be interesting if there is a diet of specific fruits and vegetables that a person could eat every day (or in cycles of several days) to get all nutrients. I hear the mantra of different colors all the time, but a lot of veggies that have the same colors can sometimes wildly differ in nutrient content/density. I’ve looked online for a sort of “veggie routine” I could implement into my diet to make sure I’m not lacking in anything and also streamline my diet to create a habit, but I haven’t found much.

  • Can you please talk about cooking methods and also the nutrient loss of produce and meats when you prep the meal and it sits in the fridge? (Meal prepping for the week). Love your videos!

  • If you read nutrition labels on frozen strawberries vs raw, you will see vastly reduced vitamins in the frozen. Same with all other fruits. Granted that’s trusting the labeling process and laws.

  • Immature. Boil some water with tea leaves and cardamom and ginger for 5 minutes, add milk, boils the milk for 5 minutes, add sugar as per your taste, filter and enjoy the delicious tea flavor ��

  • Good loose leaf black tea is far superior to bagged and actually full of character however it is true for other teas aswell. One of the things about bagged tea is that they use CTC (fannings and dust grades) rather than leaf grades. Not all loose tea is good quality though and some is sold off as loose CTCs, especially if you buy loose teas from large tea merchants like Twinings

    Loose grains indicate a CTC whereas leaves indicate an orthodox, and black and green teas should be bought loose as lots of bagged versions exist although lots of good ones do aswell although the bagging now extends to white and oolong teas which are recently available in teabags or so I have seen in stores. To solve the problem of people moving away from standard teabags to specialty teas they introduced the pyramid teabags where companies could get whole leaf grades into the bag. Whereas it is a good commercial marketing idea, one can never brew loose tea that way and get as good results

    Some cheaper loose teas are broken leaf grades. These are small leaves rather than the actual tea leaf. Whereas a broken leaf grade is not as good as an actual one, it is still superior to a fannings or dust by a long way as it is at least still tea although it may not have as good or full a flavor. Broken leaf grades brew up efficiently (bags do so in seconds) although do not leave the fullness of a leaf one once its brewed up which actually for leaf grades does not need as much time as people think although a teapot would be needed and no places selling tea would brew it that way. Special food vendors have loose teas if you search for one

  • How about self frozen fresh food? For example a mango, I prefer to eat them frozen after I have cut it in pieces before putting it in the freezer.

  • raw vs cooked and then how it was cooked also I think would be interesting.  I have always been lead to believe that RAW was best for most fruits and vegetables with the exception of tomatoes.  Thanks Jeff you rock dude!!!

  • Cover the cooking video please, i just went vegetarian and i would love the science on how to make the best of my meals in relation to nutrition

  • Yes Jeff Please Make A Video Explaining The Nutrition Value Difference When Food Is Cooked A Certain Way. I Understand That Boiled Sweet Potatoes And Better Than Baked Sweet Potatoes For Diabetics. Thank You For All Of Your Hard Work And Very Informative Videos And Podcasts.

  • Great video Jeff, I loved the depth of your analysis! I’d be keen to see a video where you discuss the pros and cons of various cooking methods for sure!

  • Thanks for this video. Definitely more complex than I thought. I prefer my produce picked and eaten fresh from my garden! I freeze fruits for smoothies though.
    I would love a video on how cooking methods affects nutrient density.
    I am mindful of it when cooking as it seems logical that cooking vegetables to an over cooked state would result in less nutrients, as it usually results in less flavor.

  • Jeffu can you do more science applied push and pull workouts but with purely dumbbells or no equipment for us less fortunate viewers?

  • Jeff can you do a video on how to increase cardiovascular endurance for athletes training for sports like long running vs short sprints how they affect the heart and which is better sort of thing

  • WOW this is an eye-opener!!! I am highly impressed: you seem to know exactly what you are talking about, and you explain things so very clearly. Thank you!!!

  • i am a nutritionist and registered dietitian,this is just ad, those chemicals to sanitize the green leaves today are under the approval of FDA, next day just God knows what will happen, if you ended up catching gene mutation, they ever accept the blame, of course not. this is very intriguing that in USA packaged stuff such as green veggies seem cheaper in comparison with where i live, here, raw fresh veggies are cheaper and packaged ones seem to be treated as luxurious

  • Did you see the news about frozen veg. Example here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5916935/Cook-frozen-vegetables-eating-officials-warn.html

  • I have a question about your programs. So the programs are separeted in arms, shoulders, chest etc.. How to I make a routine out off them? Should i do PPL? MondayChest and arma??? Inneed help jeff

  • Hey Jeff, when can we expect the Legs instalment of the PPL science series?

    Keep up the good work, amazing content and favourite YouTube channel out there.

  • Can you please talk about cooking methods and also the nutrient loss of produce and meats when you prep the meal and it sits in the fridge? (Meal prepping for the week). Love your videos!

  • Even tho I was around gardening when young I have kinda got away from gardening after I got married. Since our grandson is wanting to garden I am having to refresh myself. U have been an answer tp prayer. Many great tips and tricks. Thanks for all the info u shared. I will subscribe. Thanks again

  • The lazy way is always the worst way. Fresh fruit or fuck off. You buy fresh, then freeze it. God knows wtf they do with it after they clean and cut it and how many times it has defrosted and re-froze or what it’s sprayed with so it never changes color in the slightest bit.

  • Can you do a video on water retention. For show prep or photo shoot prep. Also how you aproch creatine use during these times. Should I kick the use to reduce my water retention.

  • I did this last winter and am still eating the lettuce. I ended up putting my potting soil bag in a cardboard box as it helped me to take the lid on and off easier. This worked so well that I have now built two wooden planters sized to my lids (totes) for this coming winter. Bonus I can grow in them the rest of the year also. And could make a good place to make start pots in the spring.

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  • You can just buy paper tea filters and make your own tea bags with loose tea. You just do this once after purchase and it will be just as convenient on your travels. Cheers guys.

  • 8:48 Disagree. If I pull the tea bag apart like you did and I see that junk, I wouldn’t even drink that garbage. Nevermind the taste. That’s if I would purchase and use tea bag in the first place, which I won’t. That garbage is only fit for Western consumption.

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  • The lazy way is always the worst way. Fresh fruit or fuck off. You buy fresh, then freeze it. God knows wtf they do with it after they clean and cut it and how many times it has defrosted and re-froze or what it’s sprayed with so it never changes color in the slightest bit.

  • This video seems very bias.
    There was not a single negative thing about loose leaf and not a single positive thing about tea bags.
    Should have maybe given it to someone which doesn’t know which one is loose and which one is bagged and get their honest opinion on the taste.
    Just feels like it’s a very bad video to promote your products

  • Hey! I would love if you can make a video about fruits, some will say it’s good for you while the other say it will slow your fatt burn. I wanna know what science has to say about it

  • myth bust: is microwaving food dangerous? Consider length of time in microwave and different food sources vegetables vs proteins, for ex.

  • Adding to the negatives of teabag brewing is the taste the actual bag adds to the tea. Even some highly respected tea companies house their tea in bags which change the flavor of the enclosed tea. It’s a wonder any true tea flavor can be had from teabags at all.

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  • Did you see the news about frozen veg. Example here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5916935/Cook-frozen-vegetables-eating-officials-warn.html

  • Taste is subjective.
    If I’m making iced tea, I’m only going to use mass produced bagged tea. For me, it tastes better than anything I’ve tried loose leaf.
    For hot tea, I’m only going to use loose leaf tea as I’ve yet to find a bagged tea that can even compare.

    All the snobbery in the comments makes me laugh a little bit. You people take yourselves way too seriously.

  • More pungent in taste than closely related greens like kale, cabbage and collard greens, the bitter quality of mustard greens is a sign of their high phytonutrient content. Why are mustard greens good for you? They’re are packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals and protective antioxidants, including glucosinolates and polyphenols, yet because of their slimming calorie count.

  • Iv’ed tasted a loose leaf when I was in Bangkok. The taste is almost the same as tea bag. I only drink it if I want to get rid of my insomnia because, damn, it is very good in making you sleep.

  • I was wondering if in wintertime you could do a pet warming pad that they use for animals in winter weather? you could place it under the soil or lid. Does anyone think that would work? Just a thought

  • So do you keep the lid under the bag of soil all the time? Or place the bag directly on the ground for drainage? I’m a gardening newbie. Thanks

  • R u truly saved? Have u trusted in Christ alone that he died to ALL ur sins on the cross, was buried, and rose again bc we are all sinners? Don’t let Satan drag u down with him: religion says do, Christ says it’s DONE. The world says u gotta be good to get to Heaven but God says we ALL fall short, all our righteousness are as FILTHY RAGS (Isaiah 64:6). that’s why Christ came and died for us bc if he didn’t we would all be going to hell for our sins. He’s merciful and wants all humanity to be saved but the devil is smart that’s why he comes up with works based salvations (saying that salvation needs to come from us, what we do, whether that be repenting of sins, follow the commandments, praying, confessing sins). While of course it’s good to do these things after you’re saved, none of that saves us! Jesus Christ’s sacrifice for us on the cross is what saves us alone. He did it all. Don’t let the enemy deceive you with works based salvation (also known as Lordship salvation) so many go to hell daily because they never actually trusted in Christ ALONE, they relied on themselves or their works to save them. U are saved the moment u trust in the one true gospel; that Christ died for ur sins, was buried, and rose again on the 3rd day. Amen, get saved, tomorrow is never promised. Don’t listen to the self righteous liars who say u gotta turn from ur sins to be saved, it’s ironic and hypocritical because they are sinners too, and they needa trust in Christ alone.
    Ephesians 2: 8-9 “For by GRACE are ye saved through FAITH; and that NOT of yourselves: it is the GIFT of God: NOT of works, lest any man should boast.” It’s a free gift, accept it today.

  • We need to spread the word I keep seeing people say “green tea is healthy i drink it every day” and they don’t know what type they are drinking and they say “I get Lipton green tea,” and they say “Lipton tea is one of the best brands of tea” I actually have seen people say that Lipton or cheap dirt tea bag companies are the best tea companies.

  • Whoa whoa folks maybe you should look up the effects of the “chemical” used first before you make your decision based on convience and end up wasting time in a casket.

  • The lesser quality of bag tea is one thing, but it might not matter as much as long as you enjoy the flavor. A major concern, however, is the fact that several manufacturers put in additives. For instance, a Norwegian consumer agency recently found that popular products by Twinings and Lipton contain between 5-20% sugar! They don’t disclose it on the ingredients list as they are not legally required to do so (in the EU at least)… and don’t get me started on the preservatives, the citric acid (which is extracted from mold), ‘natural’ coloring, etc.

  • for me it depends on the fruit or vegetable some I prefer fresh and other frozen. other times it matters what I am doing with said fruit or vegetable.  for example I prefer to eat fresh fruit however I prefer frozen fruit for shakes. there are many other examples of this also

  • Don’t hope for tiktok to find this masterpeice. A masterpeice and the memory it carries it cannot be ruined by the present moment.

  • Your myth bust videos are amazing. Please do a video on cooking methods. More specifically as to how much nutrient value is lost on cooking as opposed to eating vegetables raw.

  • Iv’ed tasted a loose leaf when I was in Bangkok. The taste is almost the same as tea bag. I only drink it if I want to get rid of my insomnia because, damn, it is very good in making you sleep.

  • Another factor which they didn’t mention is the temperature of water, and if it should be boiled or not (as far as I understand, it shouldn’t, having a temperature of around 95° C). ��

  • I am on a budget and I find bagged greens are cheaper for someone like myself who live on their own and don’t feel like preparing a large bowl of salad just for myself

  • I always just buy my veggies frozen. They last longer, it’s more convenient, less work to prep, and some evidence suggests as Jeff points out that nutrients are at least the same if not better in some instances than “fresh” produce. As soon as a fruit or veggie is picked, it essentially begins to die and lose nutrients. Where as fruits and veggies that are frozen, usually get harvested, sliced and then frozen almost immediately, essentially “freezing” (preserving) them in time.

  • You just ruined tea bags for me and i just started drinking tea a month ago. I cold brew so the bugs and sweepings aren’t just sanitized by hot water. Great job, very informative but ignorance is bliss so fuck you

  • Thank you for your excellent video which validates my experience!

    I live in a senior apartment building. We get regular deliveries of free “fresh” food from the local grocery stores. These items have an expiration date the same as the delivery day. I think this is well intentioned. However, some of this food is bags or plastic boxes of pre-washed ready-to-eat salad green. They always actually stink because they are decomposing. Rotting. Obviously, I don’t consider these fit to eat.

    However, when I purchase such bagged or boxed cut greens directly from the grocery store, I notice that they start going bad well before the expiration date, and they give me a stomach ache!

    Like the person you describe in this video I will no longer eat pre-washed cut greens at all. I will only eat whole heads of fresh lettuce. I also won’t eat packaged microgreens. Those I grow myself from organic seeds!

  • Omg you came to Mexico!!!! Feel welcome always:) yeah we are more coffee drinkers, but it is changing little by little, I mean at least at Mexico City there are a lot of place where you can drink tea so maybe next time you can come to Mexico City and go maybe to Tomas or casa tassel, which is the place I work for… So thank you very much I really learn a lot watching your videos.

  • Why is there no video discussing these new and “improved” nylon based tea bags? I used to love tea, but since they changed the material of the tea bags, I can definitely tell the difference in the taste of tea. I used to drink about 3 or 4 cups of tea per day, now I maybe drink 3 or 4 per month. It’s not as enjoyable to me now. Has anyone else noticed this? I had found an old box of Red Rose tea recently (the best Orange Pekoe/breakfast tea I have found, but I think it’s mostly available only in Canada), and did a taste test for some friends who didn’t believe me. They all preferred tea from the old style of tea bags. Anyone else notice this?

  • I am on a budget and I find bagged greens are cheaper for someone like myself who live on their own and don’t feel like preparing a large bowl of salad just for myself

  • I always drink loose leaf and mix my own teas. I recently bought filter bags to make mixes for my family and friends since they’re used to tea bags and don’t have the mesh ball I have. Hopefully the bags don’t change the taste? I’ve never used one for my loose leaf mixes before. The mesh ball has been my best friend lol

  • Adding to the negatives of teabag brewing is the taste the actual bag adds to the tea. Even some highly respected tea companies house their tea in bags which change the flavor of the enclosed tea. It’s a wonder any true tea flavor can be had from teabags at all.

  • Yes, in México it is not easy to get loose leaf tea. I could find some in Asian groceries stores «Chinese, korean,Japanese» and also in the Chinese community area in Tijuana.

  • I want to thank your parents for gifting you to the global fitness community and to youtube for enabling you to spread your wings and bringing us into your fold. Please keep up the great work. I doubt there is another youtuber of your kind. And yes, please do make a video about the cooking aspect of this topic. Thank you.

  • Good loose leaf black tea is far superior to bagged and actually full of character however it is true for other teas aswell. One of the things about bagged tea is that they use CTC (fannings and dust grades) rather than leaf grades. Not all loose tea is good quality though and some is sold off as loose CTCs, especially if you buy loose teas from large tea merchants like Twinings

    Loose grains indicate a CTC whereas leaves indicate an orthodox, and black and green teas should be bought loose as lots of bagged versions exist although lots of good ones do aswell although the bagging now extends to white and oolong teas which are recently available in teabags or so I have seen in stores. To solve the problem of people moving away from standard teabags to specialty teas they introduced the pyramid teabags where companies could get whole leaf grades into the bag. Whereas it is a good commercial marketing idea, one can never brew loose tea that way and get as good results

    Some cheaper loose teas are broken leaf grades. These are small leaves rather than the actual tea leaf. Whereas a broken leaf grade is not as good as an actual one, it is still superior to a fannings or dust by a long way as it is at least still tea although it may not have as good or full a flavor. Broken leaf grades brew up efficiently (bags do so in seconds) although do not leave the fullness of a leaf one once its brewed up which actually for leaf grades does not need as much time as people think although a teapot would be needed and no places selling tea would brew it that way. Special food vendors have loose teas if you search for one

  • for me it depends on the fruit or vegetable some I prefer fresh and other frozen. other times it matters what I am doing with said fruit or vegetable.  for example I prefer to eat fresh fruit however I prefer frozen fruit for shakes. there are many other examples of this also

  • i am a nutritionist and registered dietitian,this is just ad, those chemicals to sanitize the green leaves today are under the approval of FDA, next day just God knows what will happen, if you ended up catching gene mutation, they ever accept the blame, of course not. this is very intriguing that in USA packaged stuff such as green veggies seem cheaper in comparison with where i live, here, raw fresh veggies are cheaper and packaged ones seem to be treated as luxurious

  • Yeah.. I´m from Mexico haha and finding good quality tea here is very hard and very expensive, the best I can do is Teavana, which I seriously would like to know if it has good quality tea or is it just in my head? On the other hand I also Love coffee which is nice..

  • This is great for apartment living. Your peacock tattoo is beautiful. Your cat sashayed in at the perfect time! George wants you to plant some cat grass and catnip!

  • My favorite bagged tea to give to people who aren’t as well equipped as I am would be Mighty Leaf teas. They’re pretty serviceable compared to most medium quality loose teas.

  • Wonderful idea! I’m doing totes on chairs but this is upside down. I’ll start one tomorrow!
    Thank you so much ��
    Ms Pat from southern Indiana

  • On the next Myth Busting Monday, could you talk about whether the time of day in which you eat meals affect muscle gain and fat loss? (Eating a large dinner vs eating a large breakfast, etc).

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  • Genius! We live in Arkansas too so I find your channel so very helpful. We are about to close on a few acres and I can’t wait to start a garden.

  • Hello Jessica, I bought your book for my moms birthday. She is a huge fan of watching your you tube channel. I was wondering if you could sign my moms book and personalize it to her. Please let me know so I can give you more info if this is possible. This would make her smile so much. Thank you again!

  • Jeffu can you do more science applied push and pull workouts but with purely dumbbells or no equipment for us less fortunate viewers?

  • From Lil Giant I am asking on behalf of several different friends, all growing in the city/suburbs, so please excuse the contradictory nature of the questions. As you might guess, our area might have 2-3 periods of single digit temps, so am wondering whether this method is practical. 1) If you are growing in single digit temps and you mitigate with hay, straw, or leaves around the edges, can you still open the container to harvest, or do you need to wait ‘til it is warmer? 2) If you must wait, how warm do you suggest it be before opening? If you should open, do you recommend how much time you can have, or recommend moving inside to harvest? (Moving is a little problematic for the elderly.) 3) If you move to an outdoor porch because of cold temps, will that help or will it defeat because porch is just as cold as a table? Does porch need to be wood floor? 4) Does the porch need to be enclosed? Does it need to have wood flooring? For instance, what if it is an open raised cement porch patio? I suspect that would not help. 3) IF you move to an unheated indoor porch during single digit temps, will probably need to mitigate with blankets rather than messy straw or leaves. That would probably mean only inside temps affect circumstances under which you may open container to harvest? Would moving inside be too much of a shock to the plants? Perhaps intermediary steps would help? a) Cover at night with blanket for twelve hours. b) Move with blanket to unheated enclosed porch and remove blanket. Mitigate at edges. Variations on this theme for those without a porch? c) Move inside and place at outside wall for coolest possible temps. Some I know have homes 66-68 degrees F. Most have 70 degrees. Problem: light source. 4) If you cannot move your container during single digit temps, could covering with a blanket during the night ONLY help? 5) What if snow covers the container? That WOULD be warmer, but would cut off light. Scrape snow off each morning and through the day? Does covering it during the entire period of single digit temps, rather than moving, (for those without a porch) probably mean plants will die from lack of light?
    I realize this is a LOT of questions, probably with involved answers. Perhaps you do not really know. If not, thank you in advance for your willingness to show us this much. If you can answer ANY portion of the questions, or have any suggestions, we are willing to experiment a little bit. ✌️

  • They missed a MASSIVE important step in making bagged tea! You don’t just pour the water out of the kettle, you pour the water directly through the bag of tea and slowly pour it, you will get waaay strong tea & flavour 100%! Forgot about the 5min naturally I leave my bag in so the 5min happens automatically since I’m waiting for it to cool down to drinking temperature.

  • I did this last Fall and it was amazing! Grew radishes in the bags too. Love, Jess!! My back yard looked like I was growing containers, lol.

  • You got to give George credit for trying to get mom time! Thank you for always being an inspiration to me. I missed eating my mom’s beefsteak tomatoes. My heirloom tomatoes are small but we’ve been eating a salad from my deck almost every day because i planted a lot of cherry tomatoes( chocolate sprinkles and yellow are the tastiest and sweetest to me )and, pickling cucumbers and peppers( rainbow which i never had before but they are constantly producingthey eventually turn red). Love being able to go outside and pick off the plant

  • My favorite bagged tea to give to people who aren’t as well equipped as I am would be Mighty Leaf teas. They’re pretty serviceable compared to most medium quality loose teas.

  • also important to be aware this hasn’t became more common randomly, this administration has cut back on regulations related to water that can be used for growing crops.

  • I live in palm Springs Ca. Our summer heat is brutal. Today it is 120 degrees Outside. The ground atmosphere is very hot. Where would you suggest a planter box be placed. I really enjoyed your instructions on planting the micro greens. Susan

  • How about a van or an RV?? can you do a separate video for that one and how we could grow the vegetables take care of them and not let them get out of control blah blah bl.. and the easiest vegetables to grow in small spaces thank you

  • Take the spoon out, it robs the tea of heat that would otherwise be used to brew. I also believe that you shouldn’t use water that is too hot either just under 100 degrees celsius so let the kettle sit for a few minutes after it boils.

  • Thanks for this video.
    Mostly it was aimed at the inferior experience due to the poorer quality tea used in most teabags.
    However having tried using loose “Alishan Cream” in DIY teabags bought from Mei Leaf yesterday, I’d add that another key factor is the tea having room to swell as it brews. After some pleasant but unspectacular cups, I tipped the tea out of its bag and brewed the remaining cups directly in the cup.
    This made a big difference and I’m sure is partly covered in the other videos here that advise brewing techniques.

    So whilst Metalbirne below suggests this approach and I hoped it would be convenient for drinking tea on my travels, you’re probably still missing out especially with good quality tea.

  • Thank you for this! All my lettuce is done but now my tomatoes and more peppers etc. are ripening but no lettuce. Only August here in MA so I’m going to get some baby green seeds to do this! Gotta check out your late summer/fall vid but need to get out in the garden for now.

  • Alright serious question tho, Jeff. Can you please make a video on the muscle growth science of dicks? My coworker convinced me to drink creatine before sex and whey after because “it’s a muscle.” like is this dude living in 3018 or is he full of biscuits??

  • Alright serious question tho, Jeff. Can you please make a video on the muscle growth science of dicks? My coworker convinced me to drink creatine before sex and whey after because “it’s a muscle.” like is this dude living in 3018 or is he full of biscuits??

  • love this video. love looking at you all. you give me hope & laughter. i need it in these frustrating & uncertain times. thank you. stay safe guys 8-17-20

  • Hey Jess! So you have been a huge inspiration to me. I have been chronically ill for over a decade and we had already started to live more naturally and sustainable. However, covid prompted us to really start implementing because of my weak immune system and the need to limit exposure. I would love it if you could take a look at our garden and perhaps give us some pointers? We live in zone 5B. Thank you. https://youtu.be/fXpuAbNgBoY

  • Hey Jeff, can you do a video on best post workout drink, like chocolate milk or protein powder w/ water or other great examples? I’d like to get the best bang for my buck!

  • Thank you for sharing this video. I started a small garden bed and I was wondering how can I grow greens during the winter. This is fenomenal! I’m totally doing this ����

  • I’m Indian and this is just the tea part the British didn’t leave us with. I’m so pissed. Now I need a lab coat to make tea next time for sure.

  • I just found this from last year. I have a question that may sound silly but here goes anyway. I live in Phoenix, AZ and our winters are relatively warm but the nights can get pretty chilly. Do you think this would work here or do you think it would be to hot under the plastic container?

  • 2020 August
    Hi thanks for this video.
    Do you have follow up video with regards this particular tub? So we can see how it unfolds and turns out?
    2) Too what is the latest month in the year I can start a tub?
    3) Every day or night we should water lightly or wait till it’s getting dry?
    First time I’ve seen you ����

  • I was shocked by how little you brew your tea because teabags usually come with instructions to “brew tea for 2 minutes.” I have been doing it wrong this entire time haha

  • I want to thank you from the bottom of my �� for this post. I am going to do this in the fall and winter as long as possible! I live in zone 6 so I can’t wait to try it! Thank you again!

  • I do not believe these word videos are made by Dr. Oz. I think they are made by his daughter Daphne who went to IIN to be a Health Coach.

    If it is please start your own channel. This is Interesting content with good information.

    No one wants to read poor quality videos, but I’m sure you would have a good audience if you taught this stuff on camera. I would watch you.

  • Your myth bust videos are amazing. Please do a video on cooking methods. More specifically as to how much nutrient value is lost on cooking as opposed to eating vegetables raw.

  • Hey Don, what do you think about Captain Picard drinking Earl Grey from Tea Bags? You should do a video about the evolution of tea in the 24th century:-D

  • My wife and I really like your show. My wife has really enjoyed her garden and has used a lot of your tips and she is getting more out of the garden. This is her first garden and she is loving it. Thank you

  • Would there ever be a video on maybe busting through plateaus in training? I realize there hasn’t been much informational videos on that on YouTube, and I think you’d do amazing explaining it!!

  • Alcohol’s affect on protein synthesis. Does adding more than 1.6g/kg body weight of protein into a diet counter-act alcohol’s negative effects?. thoughts for another video. Thanks for all your amazing content <3

  • This video seems very bias.
    There was not a single negative thing about loose leaf and not a single positive thing about tea bags.
    Should have maybe given it to someone which doesn’t know which one is loose and which one is bagged and get their honest opinion on the taste.
    Just feels like it’s a very bad video to promote your products

  • Hey Jeff,
    I wish my comment will reach to you
    What book you would recommend to acquire basic knowledge about nutrition based on scienctific evidence?
    It’s super important to me:)

  • I saw it, Kitten George had to come and check out the new Litter Box.:) Then later on he came back and was a tad testy at it being under that tub…

  • I do not believe these word videos are made by Dr. Oz. I think they are made by his daughter Daphne who went to IIN to be a Health Coach.

    If it is please start your own channel. This is Interesting content with good information.

    No one wants to read poor quality videos, but I’m sure you would have a good audience if you taught this stuff on camera. I would watch you.