coffee tables. Thursday , December 08th , 2016 - 02:18:17 AM
Two of the better known coffee substitutes are chicory and dandelion, which both grow as weeds around the world. In both cases, the roots are roasted, ground, and used in the same way as coffee.
In order to make a macchiato, you need milk froth that can be made by steaming milk. Use thick milk for this purpose. Skim milk is not preferred, as it may not produce a dense foam. For preparing a single macchiato, use around eight ounces of milk. Add the milk to a stainless steel pitcher, and place a food thermometer in it. You may also use a steaming pitcher with thermometer. Place the steaming wand tip just beneath the surface of the milk. Start the steamer and after sometime, place the tip of the steaming wand, just above the surface of the milk, so that froth can be formed. If you are doing right, you may hear a light hissing noise. Once the milk gets heated to a temperature of around 150 to 160 F, turn off the steamer. Clean the steaming wand and keep the pitcher aside. The next step is to pull the espresso shot.
Are you one of the many who begin the day with a coffee, have coffee for breakfast, have 6-7 cups of coffee while working throughout the day, and have another cup while watching a game of sport at the end of the day? Well, you are almost addicted to coffee! You might argue that you do not get the morning kick if you don't have your usual Joe, and having coffee while working keeps you from falling asleep. Whatever the reasons, coffee or caffeine addiction is as worse as alcohol or cigarette addiction. Apart from coffee, soft drinks and sodas also contain caffeine which is bad for health, if consumed in large quantities for a longer period.
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