Hot #Coffee Or Cold Coffee… Yummm. It’s All Black Gold To Me!
A hot cup of coffee first thing in the morning is good for the soul… I’m sure of it.
Alot of my clients ask me if it is ok for them to drink coffee when they are trying to lose weight. There is nothing wrong with coffee. It’s
What you put in it that turns it from a healthy, and nutritious drink to a sugary beverage that is full of calories and artificial ingredients.
Coffee is full of #antioxidants, it’s a bitter (so it is good for your tummy) and if you go with an organic #dark roast and creme (if you must), then you
have a centuries old #health drink that is yummy for your tummy and great for you to!
Take a look at this Cold Brewed Coffee Recipe that I found while surfing around.
For many people (ok, ok, including me), coffee is a favorite morning drink. For me, it has never been about the caffeine, as I like decaf just as much… I just enjoy the aroma and taste of coffee.
I don’t drink it every morning, but when I do, I typically drink it straight out of my favorite french press and blended with some butter, coconut oil and vanilla. Other days, I blend this same concoction into a tea of some kind or just enjoy some plain herbal tea.
Lately, while I’ve been waiting for our weather to realize that it is actually Fall and not still Summer, I’ve been experimenting with cold brew coffee. Cold brew coffee is a huge step up from the iced coffee served in most coffee shops where hot coffee is poured over ice until cold and diluted.
Cold brew coffee, as the name suggests, actually brews the coffee cold, resulting in a less bitter and more aromatic cold coffee. Cold brew coffee is naturally slightly sweeter and incredibly easy to make.
“Police work wouldn’t be possible without coffee,” Wallander said. “No work would be possible without coffee.” They pondered the importance of coffee in silence. -Henning Mankell, One Step Behind