HOW TO COLD BREW COFFEE...

Cold brewed coffee is becoming more popular on the caffeinated beverage scene. Cold brewed coffee is NOT iced coffee. Traditionally coffee is brewed by pouring hot water over finely ground coffee beans. The heat speeds the brewing process, helping the coffee to release the flavor and caffeine from the beans, resulting in coffee as you know it. To make iced coffee, it is brewed at double strength to accommodate for the dilution by the ice cubes. The heat of the brewing process changes the chemical profile and creates the bitter, slightly acidic flavor that coffee is usually associated with. Cold brewed coffee, on the other hand, is less acidic and has a slightly sweet taste. It also contains more caffeine, as the concentration of beans to water is higher than its hot counterpart. To cold brew, you simply pour water over coarsely ground beans and let it steep at room temperature or in the refrigerator for eighteen to twenty-four hours. It is typically double-strained (to remove any stray grounds and sediment), and what you’re left with is a strong, smooth coffee concentrate. To drink, mix the concentrate with equal parts milk, cream or water and add a sweetener of your choice, if desired. Recommendations vary on the amount of coffee, but we’ve found a 1:4 coffee to water ratio works best for us when we’re using AfroBrewtality’s Black Cocaine, since it’s a dark, bold roast with medium, buttery undertones. If you like a lighter brew, use a 1:8 ratio when brewing your coffee, instead of just watering down the concentrate. You can use a French Press or a large mason jar (or other jar with lid of your choice). On the subject of sweeteners, a simple syrup (a 1:1 ratio of water and sugar, melted together...

Andy Vincent Drops The Deliciouness Knowledge...

Step 1.  Make your own cold brew coffee. Step 2.  Win at everything, forever. Step 3.  Profit.

Beer Can Bacon Burgers…...

Move on Vegematics and the Food Police. It’s a BurgerFest at the Pit with this “stuffed with what you like” grilled Bacon Cheese Burger. And it’s a real easy to do hamburger recipe as shown by the BBQ Pit Boys. Please Subscribe, Fav and Share us. Thanks..! Are you looking for barbecue and grilling recipes to serve up at your Pit, family picnic, or tailgating party? Then put your Barbecue Shoes on because we’re serving up some delicious, moist and tender, and real easy to do cooking on the ol’ BBQ grill. To print out this recipe, or to get your BBQ Pit Boys Pitmasters Certificate, official BBQ Pit Boys Old Hickory knife, gifts and more CLICK HERE http://www.bbqpitboys.com/barbecue-st…. To purchase our official T-Shirts, Mugs, Aprons, Scarfs, Hoodies, and more shipped to you anywhere in the world CLICK HERE http://bbqpitboys.spreadshirt.com Are you a Grilling and BBQ fanatic or would like to be? Then join or start your own BBQ Pit Boys Chapter. Visit our Website to register http://www.BBQPitBoys.com and join over 4,000 BBQ Pit Boys Chapters formed...

PRIVATE RESERVE SINGLE ESTATE LIGHT ROAST COFFEE...

PRIVATE RESERVE SINGLE ESTATE LIGHT ROAST COFFEE FLAVOR Onnit Colombian Amber is a light roast with mellow acidity and a strong caramel sweetness. It has a medium body with a smooth, complex taste containing citrus notes of orange, grapefruit, and lemongrass, with a very clean finish. SOURCE Introducing Single Estate Light roast coffee made exclusively for Onnit by Caveman Coffee Co. After working closely with the master roasters at Caveman Coffee Co, we are proud to present this first edition private reserve we call Colombian Amber. Finding coffee that’s from a single source is great. Our unblended coffee beans can not only back to their geographic region in Colombia, but the individual farmer and family-operated farm responsible for growing them. In other words, our beans are even better than single source, they’re Single Estate. The beans are hand-picked only when they are ripe, then washed and dried to ensure the highest quality and purity.   OUR PARTNER We partnered with Caveman Coffee to create this signature roast. Our Colombian Amber coffee uses beans that come from a single estate in Columbia. We’re a part of this world and believe in sustainable farming practices, both to respect and protect the environment. Likewise, our coffee is raised and harvested employing ethical labor practices. We are proudly certified by both The Rainforest Alliance andThe UTZ. After being picked and cleaned, our beans are sent to the high altitude and dry climate of New Mexico. With a little help from the “Dean of Beans” Keith Jardine, Caveman’s award-winning Master Roaster perfectly roasts the beans, ensuring they never burn. Each batch is then quickly shipped to provide the freshest product possible.   CONTENTS AND PURITY Caffeine: 1.12% Chlorogenic Acid: 2.34% Purity: This coffee has been tested to be below...

Solving The Post-Workout Puzzle – Part 1...

When I first began pushing iron, I knew very little about the science of weight training and nutrition. And to be honest, I really didn’t care much about the science part. You see, I was 18 years old. At that age, all I personally cared about was being big, strong, and intimidating. Oh, and I’d better not forget to mention that I also cared a lot about sex. Somehow I figured that the pursuit of raw, intimidating “manliness” would ultimately equate to getting chicks. So most of my mental reserves were directed at getting really big and kicking everyone’s ass both in and out of the gym. Since my brain was pretty much occupied with all those deep philosophical musings, you can probably imagine that there wasn’t much room in my melon for scientific thought. That was compounded with the fact that my predominant science experiences had been with Mr. Richard Wack, the very nerdy, defeated high-school chemistry teacher that had us mixing oil and water to illustrate chemical bonding or lack thereof (I swear that was his name!). At the time, as ignorant as I was to science, there were a few scientifically validated nuggets of wisdom floating around the local gym. Sure, if I’d have known they were “science,” I probably would have ignored them entirely. But since these pieces of science were cleverly disguised and because all the big guys were talking about them, I tried to use this information to it’s fullest. We discussed the merits of statements like “eating a lot of extra protein will make you grow” and “sleeping 8 hours a night will help you recover.” These statements seemed to be entirely true and backed up by countless gym experiences. Today, they also happen to be backed...

Gordon Ramsay Cooks A Steak...

Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course is out now in all good bookshops. “I want to teach you how to cook good food at home. By stripping away all the hard graft and complexity, anyone can produce mouth-watering recipes. Put simply, I’m going to show you how to cook yourself into a better cook.” GORDON RAMSAY Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course is about giving home cooks the desire, confidence and inspiration to hit the stoves and get cooking, with over 120 modern, simple and accessible recipes. The ultimate reference bible, it’s a lifetime’s worth of expertise from one of the world’s finest chefs distilled into a beautiful book. Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course is about giving home cooks the desire, confidence and inspiration to hit the stoves and get cooking, with over 120 modern, simple and accessible recipes. The ultimate reference bible, it’s a lifetime’s worth of expertise from one of the world’s finest chefs distilled into a beautiful...

Dana Linn Bailey Diet on the Run...

A little clip into my diet while traveling. Airport, hotel etc. THe 6pack Bag saves my...

Colorado’s Best Weed Edibles...

Greetings from Denver in mid-April, one of the few times and places on Earth where you can suffer a searing sunburn and stinging frostbite on the same day. Fortunately, as the weather leading up to this year’s triumphant annual cannabis holiday has oscillated between hot-and-sunny, freezing rain, driving sleet, and dumping snow, your faithful Weed Eater has kept the ravages of the elements at bay (at least psychologically) via a steady (but measured) intake of the state’s tastiest marijuana-infused edibles. And so, while the sweet smell of victory lingers in the air over this fair city via the literally millions of joints, bowls, blunts, bongs, and dabs blazed up this week, yours truly has kept his nose to the ground, and forsworn the ubiquitous smoke (somewhat) in favor of discovering the most satisfying pot-infused food available in America’s mecca of legal weed. But before offering up tasting notes from this admittedly informal investigation of the Mile High City’s booming edible marijuana industry, let’s pause first for a brief note of caution. Because while even the President of the United States has apparently decided to acknowledge this year’s 4/20 festivities with his most positive comments to date about legalizing it, and thelatest national poll shows Americans are increasingly on board with ending pot prohibition, the one sticking point in this whole social experiment seems to be that not everyone knows how to handle their edibles. That’s why, last week, in anticipation of the emerging national holiday of 4/20, we discussed the need to “slow your roll,” as it were, when eating the herb instead of inhaling it, so as not to go overboard on an ingestion method that’s potentially far more potent than smoking. (Remember, while there’s no such thing as a fatal cannabis overdose,...

Caveman Coffee Co.

Caveman Coffee Co.. Caveman Coffee is not only a Single Origin/Single Estate Coffee, it is a Single Family Coffee. Our beans are grown, washed, dried, and roasted by one family. That’s right, a father and son team run the growing and drying in Colombia and the other two sons handle the small batch...