Pax Ivanna. coffee tables. December 02nd , 2016.
It is a well-known fact that caffeine is the most widely consumed drug all around the world. If you are a coffee addict and are thinking of switching to decaffeinated coffee, it won't be of much help. Apart from caffeine, there are a significant number of chemical compounds found in coffee, which have stronger effects on the body. Caffeol, diptenes, and chlorogenic acid, are a few of the common active compounds present in coffee.
Fact: This myth stems from the fact that the caffeine in coffee is a mild diuretic. A diuretic promotes production of urine or loss of fluid in excess of the volume ingested. However, research has proven that caffeine, if consumed in moderation, does not lead to dehydration. You can safely consume 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day. Also, remember to drink a lot of water to balance out the loss of fluid.
If you don't have vinegar at home, then you can try using citric acid instead. After ensuring the coffee basket is empty, run some cold water through the coffee maker. Throw away this water. Next, take equal amounts of concentrated lemon juice and water and pour this mixture into the rinsed coffee pot. Allow this solution to sit in the apparatus for 15 minutes before turning on the coffee maker. Turn on and allow the lemon solution to work through the apparatus. Then turn it off and allow the lemon solution inside to cool for 15 minutes before turning it on again. Discard this citric acid solution after second rinse and rinse the apparatus twice with cold water. Soak the coffee pot and filter basket in the sink filled with dish washing liquid solution and wash well.
Cleaning the coffee maker with baking soda is recommended to be carried out once every week. To clean, try and remove the carafe's plastic lid if its possible and allow it to soak in a solution of dish washing liquid. Meanwhile to get the filter basket clean, fill the sink with tepid water (halfway). Into this water add 5-8 tablespoons of baking soda. Mix well and use this solution to clean the filter basket. This can be done by wiping the basket clean with a dishcloth dunked in the baking soda. After a thorough wiping session rinse the apparatus with water. While rinsing make sure you have the part of the coffee maker from which the water drips down over the filter rinsed well as this is one area where coffee oils tend to build up.
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