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Tapioca balls are the prevailing chewy tidbit in bubble tea, but a wide range of other options can be used to add similar texture. Green pearls have a small hint of green tea flavor, and are chewier than tapioca balls. Jelly is also used in small cubes, stars, or rectangular strips, with flavors such as coconut jelly, konjac, lychee, grass, mango, and green tea. Azuki bean or mung bean paste, aloe, egg pudding (custard pudding), sago, and taro balls can also be found in most tea houses.

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Thai Bubble Tea. Basic Bubble Tea: ------------------------- 1 cup brewed black or green tea or espresso 7 to 8 ice cubes 1 cup rice milk or almond milk sugar to taste 1/2 cup tapioca pearls~DELICIOUS!!

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Strawberry Almond Milk Bubble Tea... What would be really good is to do this with mango or peaches! yummmm... I need to track down some tapioca beads...