@food52hotline making green tea ice cream. recipe calls for matcha powder but can i sub w/ the liquid form or will that dilute?
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I'd use the powder. Add the liquid may negatively affect the outcome.
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If you don't have powdered matcha, heat your cream and/or milk, seep some green tea leaves, and then strain out the tea. You don't want to add water because it will affect your ice cream's texture, making it a hard chunk (if you use more than a 1/4 cup water-based liquid).
sorry, meant "steep", not "seep".
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First, consult the herbs in your garden (or windowsill)
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