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Speculating - (colloidal) rust - from iron in the beans - via oxidation.
Using water does make the taste a lot better because the protein is a lot richer.
I make steel cut oats with almond milk and a pinch of salt, cooking for 20-30 minutes at a low simmer, stirring throughout. I've also added some cut-up medjool dates near the end of the cooking time, which softens the dates and sweetens the oatmeal. Another sweetening alternative is a touch of pure maple syrup and a cut-up banana. All delicious. If some ...
When making whisky, water is used at several stages; first, it's used in the vat to give the yeast more mobility to fully digest all the starches (and to ensure the alcohol concentration stays low enough to not inhibit the yeast's growth). That water is removed during distillation (which typically produces a spirit between 140 and 150 proof; a traditional ...
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