After making a morning cup of coffee at home, do you toss the leftover grounds in the trash? You DEFINITELY shouldn't. Contrary to popular belief, composting isn't the only way to re-use old coffee grounds. Other sneaky uses for theShow More Summary
The Department of Caffeinated Creativity just discovered the wonderful artwork by Indonesian artist Ghidaq al-Nizar, who uses both coffee and coffee grounds to create lyrical watercolors on dried leaves and saucers or using his own handprint as a background. Show More Summary
Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned. Peter Marshall This small island is called Grinda, it has some rental cabins, a camping ground, two places to eat and one little shop/coffee place for boat tourists to stock up … Continue reading ?
Cold-brewed coffee is just hot coffee poured over ice, right? Wrong.Instead, the cold-brew process swaps piping hot water for room-temperature water, and requires grounds to steep for up to 24 hours. What results is a batch of coffee — which can be served iced or heated — that’s much less bitter than coffee brewed the traditional way. Show More Summary
Coffee grounds steep in cool water for 20 hours
Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream Pie Adapted a bit liberally from Lisa Fain’s Mexican Coffee Ice Cream Pie Crust 1 1/2 cups (155 grams) finely ground graham cracker crumbs (from about 10 crackers) 3 tablespoons (40 grams) granulated sugar 2 pinches sea salt 7 tablespoons (100 grams) unsalted butter, melted Cheesecake filling 1 8-ounce package cream […]
Once an experimental ingredient in cattle feed that inadvertently made cows lose weight, coffee cherries are now being ground into a high-protein, high-fiber, gluten-free “flour” that benefits the Earth in the process.
Over 50% of American adults drink at least one cup of coffee every single day. That is a lot of coffee grounds. For most enthusiastic coffee drinkers, though that aromatic ambrosia is what gets them out of bed in the morning, they don’t pay much to of
Last week the Internet was temporarily afire with the news that someone had decided to deep-fry Starbucks coffee and serve it up at the San Diego County Fair, and we wondered what fried balls of coffee grounds might taste like. As it turns out, it tastes exactly as awful as one might expect a mouthful of coffee grounds tastes … [More]
This week our highlights are a blend of coffee cups ground from coffee (which sounds as mind-bending as it is), LC:M previews, the advent of surfboards as art canvases and chronograph watches. We also featured at Ami’s big collaboration… The post Staff Selections | 10 Highlights of the Week appeared first on Selectism.
By Richard Westlund Joel and Leticia Pollock arrived in Miami in 2010 with a dream of launching a world-class coffee business. Drawing on their knowledge of roasting, brewing and serving coffee, they opened Panther Coffee in Wynwood—an emerging neighborhood north of downtown Miami that has risen to become the city's artistic [...]
In essence, coffee is a simple drink — dried, ground beans mixed with hot water and strained. Most people think less often about where their coffee comes from than what type of sweetener to add to it. Learning more about the originsShow More Summary
Finally, we’ve reached max coffee as independent company Kaffeeform create an innovative new material allowing addicts to sip their favorite drink from, well, their favorite drink. The brainchild of German designer Julian Lechner, the… The post Kaffeeform Coffee Cups Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds appeared first on Selectism.
Can you imagine how many tons of coffee grounds go to waste every day as people worldwide feed their caffeine habit on a daily basis? Concerned about this very thing, German designer Julian Lechner found a way to turn coffee grounds into espresso cups.
When you brew a cup of coffee from “Grounds & Hounds,” you’re not just satisfying your caffeine craving — you’re saving a dog’s life. Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co. is as Read More The post Coffee Maker ‘Grounds and Hounds’ Shares Profits With Local Animal Shelters appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Coffee, the straightforward combination of ground coffee beans and piping hot water, increasingly can be a complicated thing. Niche coffee shops today — the sort that have spread through extra cool parts of San Francisco and Brooklyn — have popularized unusual approaches to the craft, from the...
Pin it With global coffee consumption reaching 500 billion cups annually, that produces a lot of waste. German designer Julian Lechner figured out how to make mugs made from coffee grounds. Kaffeeform is made from grounds collected at Berlin cafes, sustainable wood particles, and natural glues. Show More Summary
(Photo: Kaffeeform) You can now drink coffee from coffee cups--literally! After 5 years of research, Julian Lechner hit upon a formula that works. He combined used coffee grounds from cafes in Berlin with glue and wood to create Kaffeeform Cups--espresso cups that are made of compressed coffee grounds. Show More Summary
For an extra beauty bonus this week, answer the one simple question: would you rub coffee grounds on your scalp to cure a case of dandruff?
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