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Recipe Of The Day: 7 Things to Know About Making Cold Brew Coffee at Home (+ a Recipe!)

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Been doing this a lot recently and it transpired because I hate scalding hot temps and generally put a quarter ice in the cup to cool it down and not burn my mouth or tongue. Plus, it was just hot as hell this summer. Lately we have just been buying regular coffee in what looks like a simple orange juice or fruit juice container, and keep it in the fridge, pour it over ice, and add half and half which is a good fat. I dig it. Still prefer just plain old black coffee dumbed down on the temp side, but the better half likes these cold brew things we make in the morning every now and then to switch it up.

I will admit I tried that Starbucks salted nitro cold thing they have as a new item and it was pretty good. But we also tried that new plant based protein smoothie thing and it tasted like absolute dog shit. 

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