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Slides right down your throat: butter tea. Honey and lemon, sure. Cream, sometimes. But tea with salt and butter? That's how they serve it in Tibet--and also the pan-Asian restaurant Gangchen on Eat Street. Butter tea, also called po cha, is simply black tea with a little milk, salt, and but ... More >>
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