5 Bullet Sunday #3

1. A picture of Caroline taken 5 minutes ago.

2. What quote am I keeping in mind this week?

  • "If you have only one smile in you give it to the people you love." - Maya Angelou

3. What one thing did I accomplished last week that I am most proud of?

  • I don't think I accomplished much last week. Nothing particularly comes to mind. I'll have to make up for it this week.

4. What one meal did I enjoy most last week?

  • I made fried chicken sandwiches for dinner one night and it was phenomenal. Not gonna make it again, though. I was so nervous that I was gonna kill the family with uncook chicken after we ate.

5. What am I looking forward to most this week?

  • I'm launching my first batch of Coldbrew Coffee this week so I've got a busy week of promoting and brewing!

This is The Best Way to Make Coffee, Especially when it's HOT Outside

It's hot as hell, yall. Last night I went for a run AFTER THE SUN WENT DOWN and within 10 minutes, I was drenched in sweat. And you know what else? It was hot as hell this morning too on my drive to work. Thankfully, a few months ago I discovered the best method to make coffee. Cold Brew Coffee. And it's so easy to make, anyone can do it.

Here's How
1. Find a container of sorts, a large mason jar will do. But you can use your French Press or like me, you can use a loose tea filter.
2. Grind your favorite coffee beans really finely. You can be a boss like me and have your own grinder, but if you're just a lowly peasant then Publix will grind that shit for you.
3. Combine 1 part coffee to 4 parts cold water and stick it in the fridge.
4. After 12 to 24 hours, filter out the coffee ground and pour it over ice.

Cold Brew keeps you cool.
Cold Brew is dramatically less bitter and less acidic than hot brew.
You now have a jar of it for a quick, go-to cup of elixir in the morning, after a run, or just for impressing your guests.

Extra Credit  
Experiment to taste. For example, I normally like it around 20 hours, but 12 hours is good too for certain kinds of coffee beans. 
It’ll last 2 weeks in your fridge so make like a gallon of it at once.(Use about 16oz of coffee)

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