Naiara Reinders. coffee tables. December 11th , 2016.
A few minutes beyond this point, the roast takes on a very dark color, the air at this point, is filled with a pungent, burnt-sugar aroma of the coffee. The darkened, almost black, coffee beans adorn a glistening sheen on them. At the end of the second crackling sound, the perfect French roast beans are ready. The second crack begins at about 225C - 230C, and French roast beans are never roasted beyond 240C.
Studies show that chances of developing of type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and dementia are very low for regular coffee drinkers. Consumption of coffee helps reduce the risk for certain cancers, arrhythmia and strokes. Coffee is loaded with the antioxidants called 'polyphenols'. Antioxidants like chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, quinones, trigonelline, tocopherols and the mineral magnesium present in coffee help reduce the harmful effects of free radicals on the body and help prevent various diseases. Magnesium and chromium from coffee help increase body's response to insulin and promote glucose metabolism. The antibacterial properties of coffee prevent infections which in turn help prevent dental cavities. Roasting of coffee beans helps boost its antioxidant activity. As mentioned earlier, coffee stimulates the brain and the nervous system and makes you alert and energetic. It helps relieve headache. It lowers the risk of gallstone disease, it prevents cirrhosis of the liver and helps improve liver health. Coffee works great for heartburn and osteoporosis. Black coffee with lemon juice helps stop diarrhea. The amount of caffeine in coffee varies according to the type of coffee and the mode of brewing. Drip-brewed coffee contains about 100-135 mg caffeine per 8 ounce cup of coffee. The espresso comes with approximately 30 mg caffeine per ounce coffee. The instant one has about 95 mg caffeine per 8 ounce coffee.
Whether you are backpacking, hiking, or simply enjoying a relaxed weekend in the comforts of your home, a good cup of coffee is sure to give you the ultimate kick for the day. While some like it mild, there are some who settle for nothing but a strong brew, very much like a cowboy would prefer on his ranch. Cowboy coffee is also known as open-pot coffee, hobo coffee, campfire coffee, or boiled coffee, owing to its brewing process that involves steeping the ground coffee in hot water.
Coffee is very popular in Lebanon, and is the preferred drink, no matter what time of the day. Lebanese coffee is often stronger than the Turkish type, but made in a similar way. It is usually flavored with cardamom, and most prefer it unsweetened, and adding cream or milk is almost unheard of. A popular after-meal dessert is a cup of Lebanese coffee with baklava.
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