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Not mentioned here, but tea steepers are excellent for making cold brew coffee. Simply fill the tea container with medium to coarse grind beans, immerse with water, and leave overnight; in the morning you have a nice smooth cup of coffee. Typically the mixture is rather rich (almost espresso-like), so you can actually dilute it like americano and store the ...


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It's ok to store freshly grounded coffee or instant coffee in a freezer. Just consider to: Pack the coffee in a sealed package or container. Avoid keeping coffee with some other high fragrances items such as vanilla essence, rose water etc as these things can affect the main coffee essence. Here is a source on How to Store coffee that has a clear ...


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Add few drops (2-3) of water into coffee beans right before you start to grind it. Works like magic. Here's a video in case you need to see how to do it. Hope this helps.


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I have made coffee for years and the difference between the press and the espresso machine and the percolator which also should be mentioned are as follows: The French Press has to be used with care because it can make coffee taste awful if it sits in it for long. French Press coffee is best consumed within a few minutes after its made. If it sits on the ...


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I was searching for something else, and saw an article on this in the Korean Journal of Food Science and Technology. Sadly it's in a journal I don't have access to, and it's in Korean, except for the abstract, which is: This study was designed to evaluate the changes in the physicochemical properties and antioxidant activity of Dutch coffee (cold ...


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It may be your water! We recently moved into a new house that has a well. And the same thing happened when I made coffee, the milk curdled. I then made a pot with bottled water and the same milk did not curdle. Needless to say that I am having my water tested


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Lighter roast beans, who have contact with the lower heated surfaces will taste less burnt, and less like an ashtray. That's what my taste buddies tell me. The oil on darker roasted beans is something shiny. It distracts me from the intricate differences in flavors of the light roast. Oils are not in and of themselves bearers of "bad" qualities, and can ...


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These folks have made a chocolate like material from only coffee beans: https://www.chefsteps.com/activities/dark-matter ...so, to answer part of your question, you can go from coffee bean to chocolate like material.


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A coffee bar is possible. Instead of using ground cocoa beans, ground coffee powder is used. I bought some at Walmart last night. Heavenly.


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100 to 200 grams of coffee for 10 to 12 cups is the average, depending on how fine the grind and what TYPE of grind. If you are using a conical burr grinder then less is better. If you are using a chopping grinder, you may need more. If it is a finer grind, you need to use less. You still have to experiment. To start, use 150 grams per pot of ...



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