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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-08-2018, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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Default Greatest mistakes people make cooking coffee

Use too much water.
Use too few grounds.
Use canned pre-ground coffee.
Use too much water.......

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Hard to argue with.

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what is your recipe?
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I disagree, the biggest mistake to making coffee is in fact, making coffee. Iced tea is the way to go.

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I disagree, the biggest mistake to making coffee is in fact, making coffee. Iced tea is the way to go.


I'll do you one better, ice coffee


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Iced tea made with sparking water, drank that for years while landscaping.

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Insert one K-cup into your brewer (I use Gevalia medium roast) add 8oz of water and push the brew button.
8-oclock k-cups are a good substitute if you can't find Gevalia medium roast.

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Fresh ground beans makes the best coffee. And don't skimp on the amount. If your spoon floats you got it about right!
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Good beans and good water. Currently I have around a dozen different types of coffee beans on hand and use reverse osmosis water.
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Someone asked my recipe.

Fresh spring water from silver springs in Florida.
Dark roast fresh ground beans
About 2 tablespoons per cup of coffee.

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