I have found a new (to me) way of making coffee that is so easy and tastes so good. It was born of desperation. I have used a French coffee press for many years when I wanted a cup, but in December I broke mine. It went tumbling off the counter along with my newly ground beans, and 12 oz of nearly boiling water. It was such a mess.
My daughter kept a pour over carafe in the cabinet. She bought it shortly after beginning to work in coffee shop, but for the most part it just sat in the cabinet — unused. I can’t tell you how close I had come to popping it into the Goodwill bag, but I never did because it wasn’t mine.
So after the cleaning up the disaster of my broken press, I still wanted a cup of coffee. It was just one of those cold, overcast, grey December days where you just want what you want. A quick google told me to very roughly grind 1 TBSN of beans for each cup of coffee.
The grinder came back out, the beans came back out, and I got more water going in the kettle.
Beans in the basket.
Pour the water over.
And coffee! Wait, what?! No waiting? No plunging? Just grind, boil, pour, and sip?
Yes, it was really that simple. I find the coffee very smooth, light, and not as bitter.
My favorite way to sip is 8 oz coffee, 2 oz macadamia nut milk, and 1 squirt of flavored liquid stevia.
What I’m reading: The Celtic Way of Prayer, Cherringham 16-18, Educated
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What I’m learning: Igniting the Flame, Welsh, Permaculture
What I’m thinking about: Paper #1 part 1 is written, edited, and ready to be turned into my mentor. Paper #1 part 2 is outlined and rough form is copied into the outline. Now to get the ideas to flow, the words to be correct, and then edited.