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What is this Burmese/Myanmmarese Brown to Black dried tea leafs?

These could be leaves to make "Lahpet" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lahpet), so perhaps you can drink them too?
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Shan Tofu not jelly-like but rather crumbly

If it is crumbly you are probably using not only a little too much flour, but also have a problem with hard water, which means lots of calcium dissolved in the water. One way I remove calcium is to ...
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What is the English name for Burmese Black Tea?

From all the reading I have done and from checking and comparing images I figure that this tea is Assam Tea or Camellia sinesis var. assamica (Masters) dried leafs.
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What is this Myanmar legume flour?

This appears to be some kind of chickpea flour. According to Google Translate, the Burmese word for chickpea is ကုလားပဲ, which matches the label. Here is a similar product, “roasted chickpea flour”, ...
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What is this Burmese/Myanmmarese Brown to Black dried tea leafs?

Google Lens can't parse the first "bell" bag, but for the second, here's what it thinks: နတ်ဩတ (naat aut), "Miracle" ၍ ရှေးရက်သစ်ရွက်နု (shayy raat saitrwatnu), "Ancient fresh ...
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