Drinks in fantastical hues of blue, violet, and pink dot our Instagram feeds these days, but thats not a filter: its probably butterfly pea flower tea. A native plant in Southeast Asia, butterfly pea flowers have long been incorporated into food and drink. In the Malaysian dish nasi kerabu, the odorless flower is what tints the rice blue. [more...]
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