DU: unalterable density, like water and dried beans
rusty: But look, making coffee is putting hot water on grounds. All this stuff with scales and timers is a lot of nonsense. If you have good coffee, you have to work to make it bad.
Asking a barista how to make the perfect cup of coffee is like asking a waiter how to make the perfect risotto.
No, it's like asking a chef how to make risotto. You know that "barista" is the term for someone who makes coffee, yes?
Except for the grinder. You can do it by hand, as the article points out, but I guarantee that's not going to be an attractive option a morning after the night before.
Thank god there's no such thing as artisanal, small-batch cocaine. We'd never fucking hear the end of it.
charlie don't surf: They said there was a close correlation between coffee quality and dud beans that would not roast. I think they called them "dead parsons" or something. You can sort through a pound of beans and sometimes find a shriveled, light colored bean, that's a dead parson.
OmieWise: Water doesn't have an "unalterable density," it has a density dependent on temperature, and that is wildly different once boiling is achieved.
What would be your suggested alternative that also accounts for varying absorption rates in the grounds
lordaych: my understanding is that filters produce a less carcinogenic product
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