COLD BREWED COFFEE: When I discovered this way of preparing coffee, I thought I would drink some mildly colored tasteless liquid. But I read so much about its advantages compared to classic coffee that I decided to try it out.
When you prepare a classic, boiled coffee the crucial thing is water temperature, but what is crucial here is time. Although its preparation is considerably longer (24 hours), it is not complicated. The good news is that it can last for 2 weeks so you can prepare it in advance and you won’t have to 'cook' it every day.
Although there are special containers for making cold brewed coffee, they are not necessary. The ordinary jars that will prevent the smells from the refrigerator and leave your mark on your coffee will be just fine.
The first thing that I noticed is that the taste is as intense as when I drink regular boiled coffee and it is very pleasant. The most important thing is that it feels very mild for the stomach and it did not create any "nervous" in the stomach I usually feel when I drink coffee. Because it is not cooked at high temperatures, this coffee does not cause acidity in the body.
When I was preparing it for the first time, I prepared it with the beans I got from France and, to be honest, I have no idea which kind of beans it was. But it turned out excellent. So far, I've been preparing it from coffee beans labeled as "medium", because I somehow concluded that a dark roasted coffee or twice roasted coffee could be sour to taste. But reading other recipes it seems that dark coffee is very often recommended.
I would certainly recommend you to experiment and enjoy preparing and drinking this coffee.
I drink my cold brewed coffee with almond milk and without any sweetener added. ☕️😊💚 #bestoftheday#bestofvegan#coffee#coldbrewcoffee#coldbrewedcoffee#dairyfree#eathealthy#glutenfree#healthy#healthyfood#healthyfoods#ilovecoffee#instafood#realfood#picoftheday#plantbaseddiet#plantpower#raw#rawcoffee#vegan#veganfoodshare#vegansofig#whatveganseat#wholefood#wholefoods#zelenarium