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Coffee Snobs@Home Ken's House Thirsty Thursdays | KBDProductionsTV

Coffee Snobs@Home Ken's House Thirsty Thursdays | KBDProductionsTV. Want more? Check out the Thirsty Thursdays Playlist: https://goo.gl/vI3uFH If you like ...

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Now you need a pour over, and a chemex!!
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+John McGowan and a syphon, and an aeropress, and.. and... the purchases of a coffee snob never end! ;-)
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When using a French Press, you should flower your coffee before you dump in all the water. Put enough hot water to soak the grounds and let it sit for 30-45 seconds. Then, you can pour the rest of the hot water in. Personally, I don't like pressed coffee, because you can't avoid some grounds, and that really messes up the drink texture. I do pour over instead of using a coffee maker. Look forward to more coffee reviews.
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+marklweb I think you mean bloom here instead of flower - the translate might have been slightly off. But you're totally right :)!
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Nice ---not a coffee fan, but looking forward to the next in this series... ;)
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+ducksfan Thanks so much ---I really appreciate it!  Maybe I need to step up my game a little... ;) 
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+Critical Eats Japan First to reply on your comment :D BTW you deserve so many more subs than you have. Love your vids man! Keep it Up
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Probably good beans ruined by a blade grinder. Damnit. Buy a burr grinder!
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+KBDProductionsTV a Burr grinder and just grinding what you need to use right then (grinding on demand) will improve your cup! Basically a blade grinder chops the coffee, and so there is lots of inconsistency in the particle size of the coffee, which means some coffee over extracts, other grinds under extract. A burr grinder actually grinds the beans, and is more consistent, so then the flavour and the way the coffee oils extract is a lot more consistent.. (obviously the more you spend on a burr grinder, the more consistent the grind, but also, the easier to use in a high volume setting like a cafe)
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+KBDProductionsTV i was told that ceramic burr grinders are the best
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+KBDProductionsTV And never store grinded coffee, grind him every time fresh. If you like, make a test,make 3 portions of beans, grind the first portion, put it in a tumbler, smell on it, after 10 mins grind a 2, portion, put it in a tumbler, smell the diffrence between portion 1 and 2, after another 10 mins grind 3.portion put it in a tumbler. The 20 min. old grind will be like death to the frish grind, so oxidative is freshgrinded coffee.Second, sorry Ken, never do milk in your coffee, milk have much to less fat for coffee, and steel the taste of him. If something from the cow in your coffee, use coffee creme.Third, use a water filter. Here in Germany we get water filter jug´s with refillable filters, goes for arround60 $ US, with filter material for arround 2000 litre of water. Tea and coffee gets a finer taste. Waterheaters get no limescale, since years. I also use filtered water for cooking, pasta and rice are much less sticky than with unfiltered water.If you looking for a good lowpriced top coffee, look for Guatemalan coffee, there is no better in hispricerange, and sure italian roasted.
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+seriosbrad I had no idea that even existed, thank you. I looked it up and educated myself. Looks like I know what I'm buying for my next coffee snob purchase, thanks again!

How to make Greek Ice Cold Coffee (Frappe)

In this video I show you how to make Greek Ice Cold Coffee named Frappe. It's simple way of making it saves you a lot of preperation time and it's the BEST thing ...

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Question: Will this work with Nescafe Original Coffee? Question: Will it work to make that foam with a Greek Mixer,but the one that works with 2 AAA batteries so is not so powerful like the one that you plug in at electicity I hate that I can't make the solid foam I don't know what I am doing wrong:( Maybe is the mixer or the coffe I use..witch is Nescafe Original because I don't find Classic in UK...
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+Greek HomeMadeTHX <3
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Nescafe Original is mostly for hot coffee but I guess you can use it for cold too. You might get a different taste though. Anyway, about the mixer issue... AAA mixers are OK but you need to keep it mixing for a minute more. TIP #1: Try adding 2 cm of water in the glass and mix (more water makes a heavy foam)TIP #2: While mixing the 2 cm of water with the coffee and sugar, move the mixer up and down in the mixture to get the bottom up! TIP #3: If the foam has all the coffee in it and the liquid is in low coffee density stir every time before you drink, to disolve more coffee from the foam in the coffee. OR add a tsp of coffee in the liquid and stir with a straw.
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btw you need instant coffee, others dont work. Nescafe is actually the best one Try adding some Bailys liquor or Cahlua.
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+deductionism Της κοντής της πούτσ@ςοι τρίχες της φταίνε...  Αντε και γ@μήσουκι εσύ και η γνώμη σου !
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+Greek HomeMade Nowdays almost all Greek cafes add evaporated milk to the coffee! Your English language skills seem to be very poor but you may as well use google to see what evaporated milk means! FYI Carnation (by Nestle) is the best selling EVAPORATED milk in the world. Check Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury's (UK) or REWE, galeria kaufhof etc (Germany) or Delhaize (Northern Europe /US etc) to see what is the main brand of evaporated milk is!
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+martinethson Or ice-cream. Evaporated milk (NOYNOY/Carnation) is a must too!

Green Coffee Bean Diet.Green Coffee Extract Weight Loss.

How-To Grind Coffee Beans Without A Grinder

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FOUR BEAN SALAD

A healthy and Tasty Salad REcipe.

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Keep a watch on sanjeevkapoorkhazana for more exciting recipes. Happy Cooking! sanjeevkapoorkhazana
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Do try the recipe and let us know how you like it. Happy Cooking! sanjeevkapoorkhazana
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enjoyed the vid as always will try this definitely keep posting them papa :))
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superb..........sooo healthy...nutritious...will try for sure....thanks...
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Do let us know how you like the recipe. Happy Cooking! sanjeevkapoorkhazana
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OMG awesome recipe. Beautiful presentation too. Thank you, Harpalji.
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awsome recipe,,,tasty n nutritive,,,,i wil definitely try
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no doubt a very healthy recepie
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extremly easy, extremley easy!!:)

Gigantes: Baked Giant Bean Casserole (Greek Style)

γίγαντες Get the recipe: //www.dimitrasdishes.com/blogrecipes/gigantes-baked-giant-bean-casserole Sharing Is Caring, so tell your friends about my ...
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