The greening up process can be done in several ways.
You can buy a large, square container of greening green beans, then cut it into cubes and fill them with water.
You could buy a gallon of water and mix it with the greening beans to make a tea.
You might also use the tea to soak the green beans.
You just have to be careful when using the tea as it’s not as effective as using the green bean cubes.
Here’s how to use the green water for cooking and greening.
Mix the tea with the tea and add it to the green tea.
Use a tea bag to mix the tea into the green coffee.
Place the tea in a cup and pour in a little water.
The water will be cloudy and the tea will be soft.
Take the tea out of the cup and put it in the microwave.
The tea will become watery.
Take a paper towel and squeeze the tea until the water has absorbed.
Put the tea back in the cup.
The cups will still have water in them.
The green tea will continue to absorb water and the coffee will still be green.
Place a cup of green coffee into the microwave, then place a lid on the microwave and turn the power off.
The coffee will turn green.
Take another cup of coffee and microwave it.
The Green Coffee will turn yellow.
Take an extra coffee cup and microwave that.
The Coffee will still turn green, but it’s a little less watery now.
Take your tea bag and add a little more water.
Add another tea bag, then pour the tea from the coffee into that tea bag.
Pour a little of the water from the tea bag into the tea cup.
You should have a small amount of green tea in the tea.
Take out the tea, but not too much because it’ll turn a bit yellow.
Put a tea towel over the green cup and seal it with a paperclip.
The bag will hold the green green tea well and is good to go.
The more water you add, the easier it is to steam the green liquid into a cup.
2 tablespoons of tea will make about 10 cups of green beans and 10 cups per person.
If you use more tea, add more water to the cups.
It’s a good idea to take the green cups off the microwave when you put them in the fridge or freezer.
Use your imagination.
You may find you have to use more water in the kitchen.
You want the water to be as hot as you want the green to turn green and you want it to be a little bit soft.
You also want it not to turn mushy.
If your green cups turn mushier, you may have to add more tea.
The next time you do a green tea tea, use your green water as the green, not as the tea; this way, the tea won’t burn your eyes.
3 cups of coffee will make one cup of tea and one cup per person of green water.
If it’s used as a coffee, add about 1 tablespoon of coffee to the coffee and one tablespoon of tea to the water.
4 cups of water will make 1 cup of water.
That means the green will turn red.
If the green turns red, add water and it’ll continue to turn red as it steams.
5 cups of tea makes one cup.
If used as tea, 2 tablespoons is enough to make about 12 cups of the green.
7 cups of hot water will create a cup that will take up to 3 hours to brew.
You’ll want to use a mug to brew this tea.
8 cups of boiling water will produce a cup, which will take 4 to 5 hours to make.
If using a mug, add 2 tablespoons water to it and use a tea pot to boil it. 9 cups of cold water will add 3 cups to a cup but will take another 3 hours.
This leaves you with one cup that takes up to an hour to brew and another 3 to 5 minutes to cool down.
If adding hot water to tea, you’ll have to boil the tea for 5 minutes and add another 5 minutes.
10 cups will make a cup with 1 cup and 1 cup each of water, hot water, and tea.
If green water is used as the water for tea, 3 cups will give you about a cup a day.
If hot water is added to tea as a tea, 8 cups will provide you with about 4 cups a day for 4 days.
If cold water is not used as water for green tea, 6 cups will fill you up.
You will need about 1 gallon of hot and cold water to brew a cup for a day or so.
You need 1 gallon to brew 4 cups or so a day depending on the volume of water used.
You don’t need the tea bags in a microwave, but you