Cold Brew Coffee

Cold Brew Coffee

Main course 82 Last Update: May 03, 2021 Created: Apr 25, 2021
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  • Serves: 6 People
  • Prepare Time: 15
  • Cooking Time: 720
  • Calories: 0.00
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Description

Cold brew coffee is not exactly the same as iced coffee, though it's often served chilled and over ice. Instead of using hot water, cold-brew is made by steeping ground coffee beans in water. There's no special machine or equipment required, and it's incredibly easy to make at home. While the method does produce a great tasting cup of coffee, it takes longer (about 12 hours), so you will need to plan ahead.

This simple brewing method produces a richer, sweeter flavor with the true taste of coffee beans. It's almost as concentrated as espresso, but without the bitter taste or high acidity of hot-brewed coffee. The health and flavor benefits make it a great option for coffee drinkers, even those who gave it up because of digestive issues.

Source: thespruceeats

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

0 servings per container

Amount Per Serving
Calories 169
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.2 g 0 %
Saturated Fat 0.1 g 0 %
Trans Fat -
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
Sodium 55.7 mg 2 %
Total Carbohydrate 36.2 g 12 %
Dietary Fiber 0 g 0 %
Total Sugars 0 g
Includes - Added Sugars
Protein 5.9 g 12 %
Vitamin D 0 µg 0 %
Calcium 96.1 mg 10 %
Iron 2.1 mg 12 %
Potassium 1696.8 mg 36 %

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet

Directions

  1. Gather the ingredients.
  2. Grind 1 cup of coarsely ground coffee beans.
  3. In a large jar, add the ground coffee. Slowly pour 4 cups of water over the beans as you stir until the coffee is thoroughly saturated.
  4. Cover the container with a lid or plastic wrap. Place it in the refrigerator and let it steep for at least 12 hours. You can brew up to 24 hours, depending on your personal taste.
  5. Filter the beans from the coffee. Pour slowly and stop as needed to avoid overflowing the filter.
  6. Any filter system will do, so use whatever's most convenient: A paper coffee filter set inside a funnel is easy and inexpensive. A cold-brew maker has a built-in filter. When using a French press, push on the plunger and pour your coffee like normal. You can also use a fine-mesh strainer or sieve to catch the larger particles. If you find small grounds left over, run it through a paper or metal coffee filter.
  7. Store filtered cold-brew in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. It will stay fresh for up to a week—a shelf life hot-brewed coffee can't touch!
  8. Serve and enjoy.

Cold Brew Coffee



  • Serves: 6 People
  • Prepare Time: 15
  • Cooking Time: 720
  • Calories: 0.00
  • Difficulty: Easy

Cold brew coffee is not exactly the same as iced coffee, though it's often served chilled and over ice. Instead of using hot water, cold-brew is made by steeping ground coffee beans in water. There's no special machine or equipment required, and it's incredibly easy to make at home. While the method does produce a great tasting cup of coffee, it takes longer (about 12 hours), so you will need to plan ahead.

This simple brewing method produces a richer, sweeter flavor with the true taste of coffee beans. It's almost as concentrated as espresso, but without the bitter taste or high acidity of hot-brewed coffee. The health and flavor benefits make it a great option for coffee drinkers, even those who gave it up because of digestive issues.

Source: thespruceeats

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Gather the ingredients.
  2. Grind 1 cup of coarsely ground coffee beans.
  3. In a large jar, add the ground coffee. Slowly pour 4 cups of water over the beans as you stir until the coffee is thoroughly saturated.
  4. Cover the container with a lid or plastic wrap. Place it in the refrigerator and let it steep for at least 12 hours. You can brew up to 24 hours, depending on your personal taste.
  5. Filter the beans from the coffee. Pour slowly and stop as needed to avoid overflowing the filter.
  6. Any filter system will do, so use whatever's most convenient: A paper coffee filter set inside a funnel is easy and inexpensive. A cold-brew maker has a built-in filter. When using a French press, push on the plunger and pour your coffee like normal. You can also use a fine-mesh strainer or sieve to catch the larger particles. If you find small grounds left over, run it through a paper or metal coffee filter.
  7. Store filtered cold-brew in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. It will stay fresh for up to a week—a shelf life hot-brewed coffee can't touch!
  8. Serve and enjoy.


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vitamin c 12 5 8
vitamin d 26 32 12
fat 4 12 1

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