• March 3, 2021 /  Food

    IF you are already ripe bananas, then one way to avoid wasted process is to make banana bread. To taste more delicious and healthy recipes change with healthy cooking tricks.

    4 Tricks to Make Healthy & Delicious Banana BreadHere are the best tricks to create healthy and delicious banana bread, as reviewed EatingWell:

    Use brown sugar
    Try using sugar as little as possible for your banana bread. As a result, the sweetness of the bread will feel natural and soft bananas. So, the recipe asked for two medium-sized banana, three banana change with use. As a result, the banana bread is softer and more strongly flavored banana and toast do not worry because you will be fine.

    Should select brown sugar. This sugar will add a sense of deeper and more caramel for you than sugar bread where it is less nuanced.

    Use whole wheat flour
    Replace white flour with whole wheat flour. Generally, at least half of the composition of the flour called for in the recipe can be replaced with whole wheat flour. However, you can also substitute whole wheat flour with whole wheat flour.

    In addition to healthier, more nutty taste if using whole wheat flour. The fiber content of whole wheat flour four times higher than regular wheat flour, contains potassium, magnesium and zinc.

    Add Healthy Fruits and Nuts
    In addition to increasing the number of banana bread in the recipe, you can also mix different kinds of fruits and nuts in your banana bread recipe. The result, texture, taste and health benefits of growing anyway.

    If you want to add fruit, you should select with a sour taste, like blueberries. Add approximately 1 1/2 cups of blueberries to your banana bread, add after the wet and dry ingredients are well blended.

    As for the beans, use 1/2 cup chopped toasted walnuts that have been rough. Mix into the dough before baking to add a nutty flavor and crunchy taste on your toast. Nuts contain omega-3 good fats, which can help lower “bad” cholesterol LDL. Walnuts contain monounsaturated fats are healthy.

    Cut butter and buttermilk multiply
    Buttermilk gives a sense of the fantastic banana bread. By using a mixture of non-fat buttermilk 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons canola oil, you can make banana bread contains almost no butter. You only need 2 tablespoons, a very little amount. In addition to sharp and unpleasant taste, buttermilk helps keep the bread moist during the roasting process.

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  • February 27, 2021 /  Food

    Potatoes, squash, or fruit that is round will be difficult to cut. Because the fruit is not very stable when attached to a cutting board. If you slip, you can cut your hands.

    To keep your fingers are not cut when cutting vegetables uneven, use the following techniques, as reviewed by FoxNews:

    Step 1: Use a sharp knife, thinly sliced ​​potatoes or other vegetables to make a flat side on the bottom.

    Step 2: Cut the potatoes in a downward direction on a cutting board. The way to ensure a stable and potatoes will not roll. Potato slices as desired and then stop when it became wobbly and difficult to handle.

    Step 3: Change the position of the potatoes with a wide field and a flat side on the cutting board attached. This makes it easy to cut the last piece the hard cut. Continue slicing as desired.

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  • February 27, 2021 /  Food

    Freshly picked culinary herbs add flavour to food and many are delicious additions to salads. Edible herb flowers such as pot marigold, nasturtium and rosemary can also be added to the salad bowl. Many culinary herbs are rich in vitamins and minerals and when freshly picked and eaten raw they can form part of a well-balanced diet. Raw herbs can also be used to add flavour to oils and vinegars for cooking and for salads.

    Parsley

    Parsley leaves gives a fresh flavour to sauces and salads, when added just before serving. The stems and leaves of parsley can also be used in bouquet garni. Parsley tastes particularly good with pasta dishes, omelettes, vegetables, fish and any meat or poultry.

    Parsley is one of the most widely known and used of the culinary herbs. There are two main types of parsley – curly leaf and flat leaf – and both are excellent for culinary purposes. Both of these herbs are a rich source of vitamins and minerals and they can be used to enhance the flavour of cooked dishes and green salads.

    Basil

    Basil goes with almost any dish but it has a special affinity with tomatoes and is a favourite in Italian cooking.

    Sweet basil with its soft green leaves and creamy white or purple tinted flowers is the most popular type of basil. This culinary herb can be used in sauces and salads and to enhance the flavour of cooked dishes such as soups and stews. Perhaps the greatest basil dish is pesto sauce, eaten with spaghetti. This combination makes a wonderfully delicious meal.

    There are many other types of basil. Purple ruffle, dark opal and Greek basil are three of the other more unusual varieties, all with differing flavours.

    Mint

    Spearmint and peppermint are two members of the mint family most widely known and used as culinary herbs. There are many varieties of mint, some with distinct scents and flavours and some can be used for a variety of culinary purposes, such as in sweet and savoury dishes, in salads and for herb tea.

    Spearmint is a favourite for mint sauce to accompany lamb and tastes particularly good with dishes such as soups, stews, plain meats, fish and lemon-based deserts.

    Peppermint is also popular as a culinary herb flavouring. This herb is most commonly used as flavouring for sweets and chocolates etc. and is also used to flavour cordials. Fresh peppermint leaves can be used to make peppermint tea and the leaves can be added to fresh green salads.

    Thyme

    Thyme can be used to improve the flavour of most dishes. Both the fresh and dried leaves of this herb are used for cooking. Fresh thyme leaves are useful in many savoury dishes.

    Thyme has a rich flavour which makes it an ideal accompaniment to roast meats and tastes good in slowly cooked dishes such as stews and soups. The finely chopped fresh leaves may be added to new potatoes or salad.

    Thyme is regarded as one of the great culinary herbs and is widely used in European cooking. This herb is an evergreen perennial it is recognisable by its mauve flowers and small leaves.

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  • February 24, 2021 /  Food

    Indonesia has many areas that have variants spicy foods, such as beef jerky balado of Sumatra, rice duck from Madura, rica-rica of the Manado, or chicken taliwang of Lombok.

    Not only can be processed into sauce, spicy chili as the producer can also be sliced ​​and mixed in food, however, one issue that often arises is a burning sensation in the hand after slicing a lot of chili.

    “If the too much slicing chili, the hands usually will be felt hot. This heat is caused because of the existence of compounds capsaicin in a chili that produce the taste spicy and hot,” obviously Chef Ragil told Compass Female, after the event “Yuk Sambal Cook the-in Indonesian” in Gandaria City , South Jakarta.

    To “cool” burning sensation in the hands, you can do this:

    1. oil greasing
    The way this one is little known. Before cutting the chili, it helps to lubricate your hands with cooking oil clear. Layer of cooking oil will prevent the affected hand capsaicin that makes hot hand.

    2. Put it in salt or rice
    You can prevent the onset of a burning sensation in the hand by inserting the hand into a container of salt. “This process is done after you cut the chili, but before hand was hot,” he advised.

    If you love using salt (for fear of being exposed to dirty hands), you can replace it with rice. After cutting the peppers, put your hand into the rice for a few minutes. Salt and rice will help cool your hands from the heat.

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  • Gourmet Coffee Habit Costing Consumers as Much as $1,500 Yearly

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    February 21, 2021 /  Food

    Gourmet coffee consumers rarely consider the cost of their
    daily coffee in terms of the expense to brew premium whole
    bean coffee at home (50 cents to 75 cents) with prices of
    a pound of gourmet coffee beans versus a two or three cup
    a day ($4.50 to $6.00) coffee drinking habit when purchased
    at premium coffee houses. A recent Washington Post article
    discussed Seattle law students spending money from their
    student loans for Starbucks coffee across the street from
    the Seattle University School of Law.

    Erika Lim, director of career services at the law school has
    launched a campaign to reduce coffee consumption by students
    attending the university on student loan money. She points
    out that students are spending education loans on luxuries
    like latte instead of necessities like a loaf of bread. That
    borrowed money takes years to repay and many students don’t
    do the math to see that study time with 2-3 cups of coffee
    at Starbucks over 4 years can cost them significant sums –
    as much as $4500 in principle, interest and fees on their
    student loan – over the course of their education. An
    online calculator has been posted for those interested in
    calculating their caffeine expenses at:
    http://www.hughchou.org/calc/coffee.cgi

    Gourmet Coffee drinkers have become accustomed to paying $2
    or more per cup for fresh brewed coffees at Premium coffee
    houses – and many sources are predicting those prices may
    increase to as much as $4 per cup soon due to expected
    increases in green coffee prices. But smart gourmet coffee
    consumers have long known that premium coffee brewed at home
    costs just 12 cents or so per cup, depending on preferences
    for coffee strength.

    Many coffee producers recommend starting with 1 tablespoon
    of fresh ground gourmet coffee beans per standard 6 ounce
    cup of water. Starbucks recommends double that amount for
    stronger coffees at 2 tablespoons per 6 ounce cup. A pound
    of gourmet coffee (that is 16 Ounces or 1 Lb.) divided
    by 1 1/2 Ounces comes to roughly 10 pots of 10 cups
    (6 Ounce cups) equaling 100 cups for the cost of one pound
    of gourmet coffee beans. At the average of 1.5 tablespoons
    per 6 ounce cup and average size of 12 ounce coffee mug,
    you can expect 50 cups of home brewed coffee per pound of
    gourmet beans!

    Prices of premium gourmet coffee beans range between $10
    and $18 per pound, making a cup of home-brewed gourmet
    coffee, made fresh to your liking, cost only between .10
    cents and .25 cents per cup or between $1.00 and $2.00 per
    pot of coffee! Even the rarest and most expensive coffee
    sold, the exotic Kopi Luwak, at $175 per pound, is still
    less than $1.75 per 6 ounce cup when brewed at home! So
    if you have expensive tastes and want a 12 ounce mug of
    the rarest and most expensive coffee on the planet, you
    still need only pay what some premium coffee houses charge
    for a latte ($3.50) for that rare privilege.

    When consumers learn that they can purchase gourmet whole
    bean coffee for between $10 to $18 per pound, then fresh
    grind and brew at home for significantly less than gourmet
    coffee companies charge, many see home brewing premium
    gourmet coffee as luxurious treat. Purchasing a thermos
    or a large travel mug to take coffee with them from home
    makes drinking rich, fresh roasted coffee a possibility
    for about one-seventh the cost of buying that coffee from
    expensive and crowded coffee shops.

    Many so-called premium coffee houses keep their coffee
    heated on warmers after brewing, but this practice causes
    the flavor to turn bitter after less than an hour of
    warming. It is actually more likely you will get a rich
    flavorful cup of coffee from an insulated thermos or
    insulated type pump containers. Reheating coffee can
    destroy the flavor of good gourmet coffee – just as quickly
    as extensive warming.

    Coffee purists prefer to make individual cups with a coffee
    press, fresh grinding beans for each cup and drinking the
    entire amount brewed before it turns cold to get the maximum
    enjoyment from their beans. Microwave a good cup of coffee
    that has gone cold and you’ll see how much better it is
    freshly brewed. Using good clean, fresh water is essential
    since coffee is 99% water and bad tasting tap water can
    quickly ruin even the best fresh ground beans.

    You can enjoy great gourmet coffee more and pay less for the
    privilege by starting with whole beans and grinding them
    yourself with a $20 coffee grinder. Make only what you can
    drink or carry with you in a nice thermos or travel mug
    instead of reheating coffee later. Use good tasting water
    and keep your brewing equipment clean to prevent the
    rancid bitterness that can come from previous grounds in
    crevices.

    You can brew at home with fine gourmet coffee beans, fresh
    ground and brewed in a French press coffee maker, carry a
    fancy thermos of great coffee to work or school and enjoy
    the best coffee available for far less money than you would
    spend at crowded and expensive premium coffee house.

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  • History of Coffee: Part IV – Commercialisation of Coffee

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    February 15, 2021 /  Food

    For many connoisseurs, the period from the mid-19th Century to the late 20th Century is the ‘Dark Age’ of coffee. During this era, coffee lost its Middle-Eastern mystical charm and became commercialised and, quite frankly, ordinary.

    When coffee was first introduced into Britain during the 17th Century, it was a drink enjoyed by every social class. While the rich would enjoy coffee almost ceremonially in their social clubs, the poor saw coffee as an essential nutrient, a hot drink to replace a hot meal, or hunger suppressant. It was only a matter of time, with the advancement of technology, that large companies would form to take advantage of the coffee commodity.

    Traditionally coffee was roasted in the home or in the coffeehouse. A practice imported from the Middle-East was to simply stir-fry green beans in an iron pan over a fire till brown. Some coffeehouses used a more sophisticated method of a cylindrical unit hung above a fire with a handle to rotate the beans inside. Both these methods were only capable of roasting small batches of coffee, a couple of kilos or several pounds at most, which ensured that the coffee was always fresh.

    However, with the onset of the industrial revolution and mechanisation, coffee roasting technology soon improved. Commercial coffee roasters were being invented which were capable of roasting much larger batches of coffee. It was now possible for the few to meet the coffee needs of the masses.

    It was in the United States where coffee initially started to be commercialised. In 1865, John Arbuckle marketed the first commercially available packages of ground, roasted coffee. His brand, ‘Ariosa’, was sold over a far larger area then any other coffee roaster. Instead of being confined to a small area close to his roasting factory, Arbuckle was able to establish his coffee as a regional brand. Others soon followed suit and, by World War I, there were a number of regional roasters including companies such as Folgers, Hill Brothers, and Maxwell House. These companies offered customers consistent quality and convenient packaging for use in the home, but at a price: freshness. It could be several weeks, or even months, before the end product would reach the customer.

    One approach to prolonging the freshness of roasted coffee was to glaze it with a glutinous or gelatinous matter. After the coffee beans had been roasted, a glaze would be poured over them, which would form a hard, protective barrier around the bean. Once such glaze patented by John Arbuckle in 1868, consisted of using: a quart of water, one ounce of Irish moss, half an ounce of isinglass, half an ounce of gelatine, one ounce of white sugar, and twenty-four eggs, per hundred pounds of coffee. Arbuckle experimented with many different glazes over the years, eventually settling on a sugar based glaze. In fact, Arbuckle became such a prolific user of sugar that he entered into the sugar business rather then give a profit to others for the huge quantities he required.

    So why were customers willing to buy this coffee? Once ground, coffee quickly loses its flavour and therefore should be consumed as soon as possible (at the very latest within 48 hours). But this was the age of the brand, where consistency ruled king over quality. Local roasters would often produce excellent coffee, but they could also produce foul coffee, occasionally containing a number of adulterations. Customers wanted to trust what they were buying. They wanted their coffee to taste exactly the same, time and time again.

    The first coffee brand to come to Britain was Kenco. In 1923, a co-operative of Kenyan Coffee farmers set up a coffee shop in Sloan Square (London), called the Kenyan Coffee Company, to distribute high quality coffee beans around Britain. Their shop proved very popular and their brand of coffee (renamed Kenco in 1962) soon spread throughout the UK.

    Worse was to come to the brew known as coffee. As regional roasters grew into national roasters and then into international roasters, their pursuit of profit intensified. Traditionally coffee came from the ‘arabica’ variety of coffee bush. But in the 1850s, the French and Portuguese began to cultivate a different variety of coffee bush, known as ‘robusta’, on the west coast of Africa between Gabon and Angola. Robusta beans were (and still are) cheaper then arabica beans as they are easier to grow and have an inferior flavour. Coffee roasters looking to minimise their production costs started blending robusta beans with arabica beans in increasing quantities. They also used shorter roast times, to reduce weight loss stopping the coffee from fully developing its complex flavour.

    However the lowest point for coffee comes with the introduction of instant coffee – a drink bearing little resemblance in taste to actual coffee. Although the first commercially produced instant coffee, called ‘Red E Coffee’, invented by George Constant Washington, an English chemist living in Guatemala, was marketed in 1909, it is Nestlé who are generally attributed with the invention of instant coffee. In 1930, Nestlé were approached by the Instituto do Café (Brazilian Coffee Institute) to help find a solution to their coffee surpluses. They believed that a new coffee product that was soluble in hot water, yet retained its flavour, would help stimulate World coffee sales. After seven years of research and frequent tasting, scientist Max Mortgenthaler finally achieved the desired results and, on 1st April 1938, Nescafé was launched, first in Switzerland and then later in Britain.

    Some claim that it was the introduction of commercial television in 1956 that acted as a catalyst to the success of instant coffee in Britain. The commercial breaks were too short a time in which to brew a cup of tea, but time enough for an instant coffee. There is probably some truth to this claim as, by the 1960s, the majority of the tea industry started producing tea bags, an invention by Thomas Sullivan over half a century earlier (1904). Tea bags were seen as more convenient, simpler and quicker to use then traditional loose leaf tea and so could compete against instant coffee.

    The coffee industry soon realised the association between commercial breaks and coffee drinking and started investing heavily in television advertising. Probably the most famous series of coffee advertisements were made for Nescafé Gold Blend. First aired in 1987, these advertisements focused on the sexual chemistry between a couple, played by Anthony Head and Sharon Maughan, acted out in a mini soap opera. The advertisements gripped the whole nation, featuring as frequently as Eastenders or Coronation Street as topics of conversation. This original series of advertisements ran for ten years, increasing sales of Gold Blend by 40% in the first five years (there were two further, less successful, sets of advertisements with different actors). Such was the profile of these advertisements, that they even featured as a news article on the ‘News at Ten’.

    With the coffee industry focused on price rather then quality, it was little wonder that coffee sales became stagnant. Coffee drinking was now more about a caffeine fix rather then about savouring the taste, to be drunk in a break from work, rather then to be enjoyed over conversation or while reading the newspaper. Unsurprisingly the younger generations born in the 70s and 80s turned their back on bitter coffee, preferring sugary soft drinks such as Coca Cola and Pepsi for their caffeine kicks.

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  • How to Find the Best Antique Coffee Grinder

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    February 11, 2021 /  Food

    Finding an antique coffee grinder is the best thing you can do to create a special coffee or espresso. The taste and flavor of coffee initially dissipates after the coffee beans were grinded. So it is much enticing tasting a coffee or an espresso if you were the one who grinded the coffee beans.

    A coffee grinder plays a big role because the machine is essential on how the coffee beans would look like after they were ground. Espresso grinders tend to be very sensitive about the type of grind it can work best on. On the other hand, a drift coffee machine is a little more forgiving because of the quality of grinds they give.

    There are many options to choose from when buying coffee grinders. You may just want to keep your antique coffee grinder and place it on your collectible items and keep save it for special coffee grinding sessions. Here are some other antique selections of grinders that are recommended for your coffee making sessions.

    1. The Antique Burr Grinder can crush beans to a more uniform size. You can find Burr grinders that are conical and flat in shape. The grind setting on this type of grinder can create the similar and almost perfect grind on the beans. With their convincing accuracy, these grinders are recommended for use with any type of coffee brewing sessions.

    Nonetheless, you should pay attention on the grinder setting when grinding large amount of coffee beans. Some grinders may not perform well as an antique burr grinder especially when making Turkish coffee or French press coffee.

    2. The Antique Blade Grinders use only a single blade that can rotate at very high speed to grind beans. The perfection of the chops is mainly controlled for how long the blade will spin at fast mode. It is better to let longer run for the blades to create a perfect grind. The Blade grinders are appropriately matched in making drift coffee. It can actually compensate the type of grinds of drift coffee filters of the Antique Blade Grinders.

    3. There are also those Bodum products for the coffee maker enthusiasts. They have impressive coffee grinder designs with timeless classics like the antique Bodum Chambord coffee grinder that keeps old and new coffee customers to come back and drink the finest grind coffee around. As their slogan says “nothing makes your day better than a perfect grind cup of coffee.” They know this even better, which is why they created the best coffee grinders in the business. Two of their popular best sellers are the Bodum Antigua Grinder and the Bodum C-Mill Grinder.

    Even if you are new to the coffee world or you are a seasoned coffee lover, it is still recommended that you know how to find the best purchases of coffee grinders. There are many types of grinders you can choose from that can satisfy to your coffee making needs. Always remember to take care of the grinder that you bought and always keep it clean so that it can last for more and tasteful coffee making sessions.

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  • Plenty of Reasons to Love Krups Coffee Makers

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    February 11, 2021 /  Food

    When it comes to coffee makers, Krups coffee makers are the cream of the crop. Krups coffee makers can be found in a large number of kitchens and offices around the world. Krups has made sure that homemakers and coffee lovers will find many reasons to prefer their products over others.

    And the best reason they found? A much more affordable price for their coffee makers. Bearing the weapon of a more affordable price tag, Krups coffee makers went into the market and conquered large chunks of it. Coffee lovers looking for their ultimate coffee making companion and those who want to have good cups of coffee at home will definitely love the reasonably-priced Krups coffee makers.

    Why You’ll Love Krups Coffee Makers

    If you are wondering whether Krups coffee makers are worth buying, here are some reasons why they most certainly are. First of all, coffee makers manufactured by Krups are made entirely for the purpose of brewing excellent-tasting coffee that can perk up your mornings, boost your energy when you need it, and nurture your love for coffee.

    The result is always good coffee with a strong, natural flavoring. If you have a Krups coffee maker, then that means you can brew your perfect cup anytime. And what will this perfect cup cost you? Not much, if Krups has anything to do about it. Krups coffee makers are among the most comfortable coffee brewing products around.

    Their products are all priced just right, so anyone who loves coffee don’t have to worry about the price. By appealing to the part of the market that’s more budget-conscious, these coffee makers sure provided a way for everyone to enjoy brewing their own coffee. And if good coffee now does not cost that much for your pocket, it certainly does not cost much effort in making as well, especially with Krups coffee makers in the picture. Coffee makers with the Krups brand on it are synonymous to fast and easy coffee making without the hassle. They are very user-friendly and can be operated with the least amount of effort from you.

    These smart coffee makers can come up with the perfect blend of coffee without your assistance. Coffee making is not impossible even without coffee makers. In fact, you can make coffee without these machines like people in history did.

    But coffee makers are around to make life so much easier for you and to make coffee making a breeze. So why buy a coffee maker that you’d have to exert a lot of effort operating? Better buy a Krups coffee maker, sit back, let the machine do what it does best, and enjoy your perfect cup of freshly brewed coffee afterwards.

    Complete Your Coffee Experience

    Krups coffee makers can complete your coffee making and coffee drinking experience with the help of several great features on their coffee makers. Coffee makers from Krups are quite advanced. They come with automatic brewing timers, built-in water filters for pure coffee taste, and pause function for instant coffee servings anytime. Also, some models can brew coffee within minutes, and some can brew for a lot of people all at once.

    Krups coffee makers even come with filters that keep your coffee not just tasting great but smelling wonderfully as well. Since half of the magic of coffee lies in its soothing and tempting aroma, you can be sure that you get every part of your coffee experience with Krups. So if you are in the market for a coffee maker that can offer durability, affordability, efficiency, and great coffee, you have only one brand to go to, and that’s Krups.

    You can find more about Krups Coffee Makers on our website

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  • How To Properly Serve Delicious Peanut Butter Bread

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    January 21, 2021 /  Food

    PRESENTING bread, it seems easy but it turns out there are wrong ways. This includes making peanut butter.
    Well, for those of you who want to get the flavor and aroma of peanut butter, it’s good hatikan following tips, as reported Bonappetit:

    Use whole wheat bread
    To get the flavor and texture of peanut butter bread, use whole wheat bread. In addition to healthy, whole grain bread will make peanut butter feels soft when consumed.

    Select the best peanut butter
    Another factor is the peanut butter. In order to find a good taste, you should not hesitate to choose the best peanut butter, which according to taste.

    Do not be stacked
    One way is often done when serving bread, especially when traveling far. To get a good flavor and texture, not again accumulate bread. With stacked, the appearance of bread will be ugly.

    Pair with fruit jam
    If you want to give a different taste of peanut butter on the bread, you can play in it sense. Do not hesitate to do so. Could give strawberry jam, pineapple, or other fruit jam.

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  • Coffee for Health Benefits

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    January 20, 2021 /  Food

    Talking about coffee, a lot of people who still think that coffee is bad for health. Actually it’s not entirely true. Coffee, provided that consumed wisely, it is actually beneficial to health. Whatever, not just coffee, if consumed in excess is definitely not good.

    Benefits of Coffee
    consumption of several cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, the formation of kidney stones, colon cancer, Parkinson’s disease, liver damage (cirrhosis), heart disease and prevent cognitive decline in brain power. Read the rest of this entry »

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