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Chai vs. Chia — What's the Difference?

Chai vs. Chia — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Chai and Chia

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Chai

Tea made by boiling tea leaves with milk, sugar, and sometimes spices.
Apr 07, 2018

Chia

Either of two aromatic annual plant species (Salvia columbariae or S. hispanica) in the mint family, native to Mexico and the southwest United States and having clusters of blue or violet flowers and edible seedlike fruits.
Apr 07, 2018

Chai

A beverage made from spiced black tea, milk, and sugar or honey.
Apr 07, 2018

Chia

A Mexican sage grown for its edible seeds, Salvia hispanica.
Apr 07, 2018

Chai

A female gypsy.
Apr 07, 2018
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Chia

Salvia columbariae, a sage with similar seeds, native to the southwestern US and northwestern Mexico.
Apr 07, 2018

Chai

Ellipsis of masala chai, a beverage made with black teas, steamed milk and sweet spices, based loosely on Indian recipes.
Apr 07, 2018

Chai

(Judaism) A Jewish symbol representing life, traditionally worn as an amulet.
Apr 07, 2018

Chai

(winemaking) A place above ground for storing wine casks.
Apr 07, 2018

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