22 Foods That Go Well With Drinking Yerba Mate

22 Foods That Go Well With Drinking Yerba Mate 

If you get the munchies while drinking yerba mate, you’re not alone. There’s something about the warm, bitter taste of a buen mate that makes you want to snack. Luckily, you’ve got plenty of options for foods that go well with drinking yerba mate – and they’re all as tasty as can be.

The History of Yerba Mate in Poland

Poland has an interesting relationship with yerba mate that began in the 19th century and experienced several ups and downs in the 20th century. In this article, we’ll look at the history of yerba mate in Poland.

The Health Benefits of Yerba Mate

Can Yerba Mate help you lose weight? How much caffeine is Yerba Mate? Is it safe to drink during pregnancy? Can Yerba Mate cause cancer? Can it help prevent it? Is yerba high in antioxidants? What are Yerba Mate’s side effects?

Why You Should Ditch Coffee and Tea for Yerba Mate

Of course, yerba mate is much more than a cool trend. For many, it’s an integral part of their culture. For others, it’s a great nutritional alternative to coffee and tea. Today we’ll go over the big benefits of yerba mate, so you can decide whether you want to try a sip! Warning: after reading this article, you may just become a mate enthusiast.

Choosing Your First Yerba Mate to Try

As a yerba mate newbie, you may find your first mate a little intimidating. From what style of mate to make, what yerba to buy, what bombilla and mate to use, and how to prepare it, there’s a lot to think about. Today we’ll break down the process so that you can choose your first yerba mate to try – and actually enjoy it, too.

Using Yerba Mate as Fertilizer

Using Yerba Mate as Fertilizer

Throwing used yerba mate directly into the garden is very common practice, and many believe it serves as a natural fertilizer. In this article, we explain why this is not recommended and what to do instead.

Everything About Yerba Mate Production

From Seed to Drink: Everything About Yerba Mate Production

While technology has contributed to the efficiency of the whole production process, historian Javier Ricca has stated that mate’s taste, aroma, and quality has not necessarily improved. According to him, we’re probably drinking a mate that is as tasteful as the indigenous communities in the 16th century and earlier.

The History and Origins of Yerba Mate

Mate is a beverage made with water and processed yerba mate leaves. Yerba mate is a species of Illex with the botanical name Ilex paraguariensis. It grows in the north of Argentina, Paraguay, and south of Brazil.

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