Posts Tagged ‘coffee’

Instant Coffee is 100% Pure Coffee?

Well, 100% pure means made only of one natural product, not adulterated, no preservatives and no carriers of any kind. Do you believed that instant coffee powders are made of nothing but coffee only? It is up to you to decide and do some deeper research. Based on the mini magazine “The Ultimate Guide to […]

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The Sunrise Roasted Corn Coffee

The packaging says: Roasted Corn Coffee. It is your health choice. It is caffeine free. Halal certified. BFAD registered. Has only roasted corn as ingredient. Some key benefits are written on back, large bold letter, within frame. – no caffeine – no cholesterol – no preservative – high in fiber – 100 % Corn I […]

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Coffee One-Way-Valve, The Teardown

The purpose of one-way-valve feature in coffee packaging is to allow the exit of carbon dioxide being produced by recently roasted coffee, but preventing the entrance of oxygen which can cause early spoilage. This is how it looks on the outside. It looks like a dry seal with a small hole on center. The carbon […]

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Adlai Products

Adlai production and consumption is being promoted by the Department of Agriculture together with various state colleges and universities. The grain is a rich source of energy and so a good alternative to rice, corn, potato and perhaps wheat products. Adlai, based on anecdotal literature, has good eating quality, grow well in non-irrigated areas and […]

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Reduction of Acrylamide in Potatoes, Bread and Coffee.

If acrylamide contents of food products worries you, then the following might help minimize it in every food preparation you make. It specifically point to potatoes, bread and coffee but could also be applied to other related products. Frying produces the highest acrylamide content, followed by roasting, then baking. Boiling and microwaving whole potatoes doe […]

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