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Classic: The Tea & Gender

What’s a beverage that is consumed Worldwide, but is gendered in the United States?  Tea!  America has had an enduring and bizarre history with gendering the beverage, but why?  On this episode, we speak to Food and Culture Writer to get to the bottom of it.



Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is:


Alana-  Zach & Zoe Sweet Bee Farm (@zachandzoehoney)- Black Beekeepers who make the sweetest raw honey around. (zachandzoe.co)


Ashna-  Song Tea & Ceramics (@hellosongtea) - San Francisco based tea shop from the former buyer of Red Blossom (http://songtea.com)



Keep Up With Rebecca Flint Marx


Twitter: @EdibleComplex

Website: https://www.rebeccaflintmarx.com/

Read her article: https://www.tastecooking.com/wimp-juice-americas-long-strange-history-of-gendering-tea/


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