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Carbon Dioxide Process: The technical name for this process is supercritical fluid extraction and is one of the most promising methods of decaffeinating. The initial step of this process involves steaming the coffee beans. Then these beans are soaked in carbon dioxide at a pressure of 73 to 300 atmospheric pressure. Carbon dioxide at this pressure acts both as gas and liquid. The molecules of carbon attract the caffeine molecules, which are smaller as compared to the molecules that give flavor to the coffee. The soaking of the steamed coffee beans continues for about 10 hours and then the carbon dioxide is filtered to remove its caffeine content. This carbon dioxide is used again to decaffeinate more coffee beans.
Some other options are to keep a pack of instant coffee handy. Even if you run out of coffee filters, you do not have to go without your morning cup of Joe. You can buy a French press, which will save you the hassle of using paper coffee filters ever again. Turkish coffee is another option. The pulverized coffee beans ensure that the prepared coffee does not contain any suspended particles, making it easier for you to enjoy your drink. But do not gulp down the thick sludge at the bottom of your cup!
In a bowl add the brewed coffee, sugar, vanilla, and milk. Blend well. Allow this to chill in the fridge for an hour.
The benefits of shade grown organic coffee are many. Traditionally, all coffee used to be shade grown, but newer hybrids of coffee introduced to increase the production, were found to tolerate sunlight better. As requirements increased, farmers cut down the trees which provide shade, stripping forest cover to meet demand and depleting natural soil reserves. This in turn, affected the availability of animal habitat, causing severe decline in animal and bird population in addition to already serious environmental issues. Shade-grown coffee benefits the soil by maintaining forest cover, which in turn maintains bird and animal habitat, and reduces soil erosion. In terms of taste, it is by far superior; as the beans mature slower, and the taste is more intense. Shade-grown coffee is often organically grown.
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