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How many cups of Sugar go into a perfect gallon of Sweet Tea?

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Answer carefully. Yes, there is only one correct answer, and the answer contains a fraction.

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I sit here drinking my leftover sweet tea from lunch. Let's say a certain eatery in South End thinks the answer is 5.

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3.5 parts unsweet to 1 part sweet? Said South End eatery doesn't happen to begin with a Mr. and end with a K's, does it?

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no fractions. 1 cup to 1 gallon. I don't like my teeth sugar coated. It's why I stopped drinking yellow sodas so long ago.

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5 regular tea bags or 10 little tea bags steeped

1 1/2 cups sugar made into a simple syrup

1 2/3

Been trying to use Stevia In The Raw more, but all that stuff has the same strange after taste.

I use 6 big tea bags, 12 little ones.

1 2/3 cups sugar, ding ding mr joscott.

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1 2/3

Been trying to use Stevia In The Raw more, but all that stuff has the same strange after taste.

that's b/c you're using in the raw...that poo is gross

i love this stuff...tried another brand and I ended up taking it back. I use it in coffee...tea...my husbands kool aid...yes he drinks kool aid...I cook with it...it's fantastic

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I honestly don't see how/why people drink unsweet tea. It is nasty.

I'm from the north. 3 - 5 years ago hardly any restaurant around here had sweet tea. I'm just the opposite. Drink sweet tea up here or visiting my brother or sister in SC trying southern style sweet tea has the same effect. Feel like I just put nothing but sugar in my mouth. Way too sweet. So nasty.

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