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Mate Cocido



Mate Cocido is a faster, less formal way to make and serve Yerba Mate. It results in a somewhat mint-tasting tisane to drink.

You can get Yerba Buena for Mate Cocido in bags since 1965. Instant versions came on the market starting in 2002.

Cooking Tips

You use dried Yerba Buena herb, about 3 grams to 8-12 ounces of water, cold or hot, or juice.

Moisten the herb or bag with cold water first. Then steep in hot water (max 150 F / 65 C -- not boiling) for 5 minutes maximum.


See also:

Tea

Black Tea; Cream Tea; Darjeeling Tea; Green Tea; Jasmine Tea; Kuki-Cha Tea; Mate Cocido; Me-Cha Tea; Oolong Tea; Pu-Erh Tea; Tea Balls; Tea Press; Tea Trappings; Tea; Tisanes; Tregothnan Tea; Tregothnan Tea; Usucha Tea; White Tea; Yak Butter Tea; Yerba Mate

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Mate Cocido." CooksInfo.com. Published 11 August 2010; revised 11 August 2010. Web. Accessed 12/12/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/mate-cocido>.

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