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(Cook and Prep Time: 1 hour, chef: Campbell)Ingredients: 2 cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder 4 teaspoons Healthy Heart Seasoning ¼ teaspoon baking soda ¾ teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons shortening 1 cup buttermilk (chilled) Directions: Preheat the oven to 450 degrees. In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, Healthy Heart Seasoning, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Rub butter and shortening into dry ingredients until the mixture looks like crumbs. Make a well in the center and pour in the chilled buttermilk. Stir just until the dough comes together - it’ll be very sticky! Turn dough onto a floured surface, dust top with flour and gently fold dough over on itself 5-6 times. Press into 1” thick rouch,...

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Both the Chocolate Orange Pu Erh and Horchata Rooibos are delicious, staff and customer favorites on their own! But when we bring these two teas together in a blend, the flavor is incredible! While steeping the two together, your little tea corner is warm with the cinnamon and chocolate flavors! These two teas bring a lot of great health benefits to you in one cup as well! The Health BenefitsI've talked lots about Pu Erh Teas! In short, Chocolate Orange Pu Erh tea is good for: Digestion Metabolism Bloating Weight loss And it contains the same probiotics and microbes as yogurt! Rooibos teas are good for: Headaches Stress relief Allergy and asthma relief Stomach cramps Immune boosting And skin conditions! The BlendThis blend is in...

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Although my absolute favorite teas are the Pu Erh Teas, when I am wanting a caffeine free option, my go-to is a Rooibos Tea, commonly known as the “red tea!" These teas are great anytime throughout the day, hot or iced, and have a wide range of health benefits associated with them! Unlike White, Green and Black teas, Rooibos tea does not come from the typical Camellia Sinensis plant. Instead, rooibos is actually from the South African bush known as Aspalathus Linearis, which is a member of the legume family (beans, peas, peanuts, etc.). There are two types of rooibos, red and green.When rooibos is harvested, the farmers cut the young branches by hand, and the leaves and stems are bound into bundles and taken to be processed. The bundles are then sorted, and then are either cut...

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​As a company, we chose to have all of our OBTC Logo Mugs be enamel mugs! If you've never used an enamel mug, you should definitely give one a try! Here's a list of why we love our OBTC Logo Enamel Mugs! The OBTC Logo Enamel Mug is great because it is: Dishwasher, oven and freezer safe! Durable enough to use over a campfire! Non-toxic! Lightweight! Easy to clean! Resistant to acids from food and beverages. Frequently asked questions: What is enamel made from? Enamel is made of powdered glass fused to a substrate by firing at extremely high temperatures. How do I care for my OBTC Logo Enamel Mug? Enamelware is very durable (great for use during camping!!); however, since the outer coat is fused powdered glass, the...

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If you've ever walked into any of our stores, you may have seen the Olive Wood Honey Dippers near our honey section! These Olive Wood Honey Dippers are not only gorgeous, but they are actually quite useful if you are a honey enthusiast, like myself! Our employees regularly get questions about the function and benefits of using a honey dipper! The honey dippers that we carry are made from Olive Wood. These beautiful honey dippers are handcrafted in Tunisia, which is a North African country found on the Mediterranean Sea. They are formed from a single piece of wood, and are never glued or joined together. Sometimes, depending on the consistency, honey can be difficult to get out of a jar using a spoon without making a deliciously sticky mess! That's where our Olive Wood Honey Dipper comes in...

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