Boba: Milky, Fruity, and Specialty Bubble Teas to Make at Home
By Stacey Kwong, Beyah del Mundo
2020 • Rock Point
Stop waiting in line and make your own delicious bubble teas with the 60 innovative recipes in Boba. Boba, or bubble tea—the addictive drink that originated in Taiwan in the 1980s—has taken the world by storm with shops popping up on every corner and lines out all their doors. In Boba, the founders of the first self-serve boba truck, MILK+T, show you how to make this addictive drink in your own home, from making the tapioca pearls (boba) and brewing the teas to creating simple syrups and all the delicious toppings.
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With 60 innovative, step-by-step recipes and mouthwatering photos, along with the MILK+T story—from food truck to three successful stores in Los Angeles, Portland, and Las Vegas—and a dash of girl power from the authors Stacey Kwong and Beyah del Mundo, Boba is the ultimate boba celebration!
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