for what it's worth, tea has a long history of being completely
accepted as a coloring agent for wood. it's a part of many recipies
for matching colors for the repair of antiques. generally the recipies
call for a strong batch- I assume stronger than you'd want to drink
On Mon, 5 Jan 2004 01:40:59 -0500 (EST), firstname.lastname@example.org (T.)
Using tea as a stain is also the best answer to the proliferation of
gift baskets filled with otherwise undrinkable herbal concoctions. f'r
instance using all extra-strength brews-
- rose hip tea makes a brilliant blood-red color.
- chammomile brews to a yellow/pale green.
- ginger brews to a golden yellow.
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