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Coffee history – since when do people drink coffee?

Today, it’s impossible to imagine our daily lives without coffee. But since when is the popular hot drink actually drunk and how did coffee come to Germany? In this article, you will learn more about the origin and history of coffee. Back to the origin: the history of coffee in Ethiopia In general, the origin […]

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What coffee maker has the hottest coffee?

The Redline MK1 8 Cup Coffee Brewer brews the hottest coffee, varying between 197.6° and 204.8° which is exactly what the Specialty Coffee Association recommends. What coffee maker brews the hottest? Best coffee makers that brew at 200 degrees Breville BDC450 Precision Brewer. BUNN HB Heat N Brew Coffee Maker(SCAA Certified) BEHMOR 5393 Coffee Maker. […]

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How many calories in a McDonald’s vanilla iced coffee?

There are 120 calories in a small French Vanilla Iced Coffee at McDonald’s. Order one today using Mobile Order & Pay and get it at the drive thru or with curbside pickup! How many calories are in a large vanilla iced coffee from mcdonalds? 240 calories There are 240 calories in 1 serving (32 oz) […]

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Is it more economical to use cold or hot water?

Wash in cold water If you use a hot or warm wash, choose a cold rinse – it uses less energy. Is it cheaper to use cold water or hot water? Using cold water instead of warm for the rinse cycle will save you $0.15 per load. I advocate using cold/cold for washing and rinsing […]

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How do brown and white paper filters compare?

Brown and white filters are made of the same material and will produce the same coffee. There is a slightly higher chance that you’ll find a papery flavor in your coffee if you use brown filters, but that’s easily prevented with a quick rinse. What’s the difference between brown and white filters? Today, most white […]

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Issue pressing down French Press

Why is my French press sometimes hard to push down? While the cleanliness of your press and the grind of your coffee are important, the far more likely cause of your difficulty in pushing down the plunger is because your coffee has not had enough time to brew. Should a French press be hard to […]

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Cold Brew Coffee at home?

Can you use regular coffee to make cold brew? Use any coffee variety you enjoy to make cold brew. Any variety will work, and you’ll find that it tases less bitter when its steeped in cold water instead of hot. It would be fun to compare a glass of cold brew coffee with hot coffee […]

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Reduce power of popcorn popper for roasting coffee

1) Change the thermostat. I did it to increase temps but this is how I’d achieve a lower temp also. I switched the thermostat on my Air Crazy popper to increase the temp at which the element was turned off. If you pull it apart there is likely a thermostat on the chamber that opens […]

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Storing Brewed Coffee in a Temperature Controlled Insulated Mug

What to store hot coffee in? 7 Ways You Can Keep Your Coffee Hotter for Longer Wrap it up with a scarf (or any thick piece of fabric) … Use a Cup Sleeve. … Use A Travel Mug (that has good insulation) … Preheat Your Cup. … Invest in a Thermos (One that Actually Works) […]

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Effect of grind size on LDL cholesterol levels in French press coffee

Effect of grind size on LDL cholesterol levels in French press coffee. Here’s where it get’s interesting. The key question is, how big of an increase? Five cups of French press coffee a day increases LDL cholesterol levels by about 7 mg/dL and triglyceride levels by about 11 mg/dL. Does French press coffee have more […]

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