Step 2: Cold brew coffee
Pouring filtered water through the hopper into the 4-liter brew pot.
If I should be killed, I want you to bury me on one of the hills east of the place where my grandparents and brothers and sisters and other relatives are buried.
If you have a memorial service, I want the soldiers to go ahead with the American Flag. I want cowboys to follow, all on horseback. I want one of the cowboys to lead one of the wildest of the T over X horses with saddle and bridle on.
I will be riding that horse.
“…a computing system made up of a number of simple, highly interconnected processing elements, which process information by their dynamic state response to external inputs.” Dr. Robert Hecht-Nielsen
From Neural Network Primer: Part I by Maureen Caudill, AI Expert, Feb. 1989
“A huge amount of progress has taken place that a lot of people just don’t take into account, especially smart people who are attending to the real problems of the world,” says Ronald Bailey, Reason 's science correspondent and the coauthor, with Marian Tupy of HumanProgress.org, of Ten Global Trends Every Smart Person Should Know: And Many Others You Will Find Interesting .
Wow --it is not letting me open it and read it; but, even the title, just wow…
Mix of bacon bits and milled flax seed, smothered in mustard, Amarillo-Habanero hot sauce and red palm oil.
Ordered palm kernel oil from UK on Sep25. It’s here in Vancouver Sep29! 100% unrefined, cold pressed, organic, food grade. I had to order from a cosmetics supplier, Akoma. Great service!
Made an excursion to TnT Super at Park Royal in West Vancouver this afternoon. Actually, they’ve rebranded this particular store as ‘Osaka’. I guess more Japanese than Chinese live in West Vancouver. Maybe the whole North Shore.
This offering intriques me and I look forward to trying it. Even comes with a one-cup brewer which I’ll give to my wife for whatever. I hope there’s enough coffee in this package to cold brew an entire 4-liter batch, but if not, I’ll do what I can. TnT (Osaka) sells the coffee separately in 250 gram bags. So if I like it, I can get it in quantity. This will be my first experience with robusta coffee beans.
This is a Japanese offering:
And this. I have to go for it and try it!
Which is a bit weird - we don’t produce palm kernel oil in this country even though there are a few palm trees in Torquay and on the West coast of Scotland.
It’s apparently sourced from Ghana, West Africa. Akoma claims to be associated with a ‘fair trade’ assoc in Ghana. Any how…
I added 2.5 grams to my keto mix this morning. Remember, this is a LITER of coffee! The palm kernel oil has such a strong and characteristic flavour that I can taste it quite distinctly in the coffee. I’m unsure yet whether or not l like the flavour. Although I just purchased 4 liters of it so I’d better learn to like it. Today’s coffee is Lavazza Qualita Oro which is relatively mild flavoured. So maybe a stronger coffee like Lavazza Qualita Rossa or the Mr Viet I bought yesterday at TnT will have a strong enough flavour profile to stand up to the palm kernel flavour. For nutritional purposes, I’d like to use about 5 grams if I can do so without upsetting the coffee flavour profile. I like what I’ve developed.