How to prepare green coffee
In recent years it has become very fashionable to be known as green coffee, especially when it began to appear as a nutritional supplement designed for weight loss and weight loss diets. But even if it's popular now, we actually have a very old food, given that the dried and peeled grains are the ones that produce the green coffee. In fact we find in Ethiopia a beautiful legend about the origin of green coffee, which says that an Ethiopian shepherd observed the invigorating effect on the goats when they consumed some red fruits, which he himself proved when he tasted it.
In what refers to what is green coffee, as indicated, consists of unroasted coffee beans, which is packaged or ground without adding any other type of ingredient. That is to say, it is a coffee that stands out for being totally and completely natural. Precisely because of this quality it is evident that we find in its consumption a much more interesting variety of benefits than the coffee normal, there being in turn differences about its organoleptic properties: green coffee has a less intense aroma and a slightly more bitter taste, compared to roasted black coffee.
At the time of make green coffee, we must bear in mind that their preparation is different to how we usually make black coffee every morning. Here we explain the steps.
How to make green coffee: recipe
Ingredients, what do you need ?:
- For a cup of green coffee: 15 green coffee beans and 250 ml. of water
- For one liter of green coffee: 50 grains of green coffee 1 liter of water
Steps to prepare green coffee:
In fact it is a process to prepare and make green coffee is very simple. Just add the water in a saucepan and wait for it to boil. When it starts to boil, add the green coffee beans in the amounts indicated according to the amount you want to prepare and leave to boil for 3 minutes. Then leave on low heat for 15 minutes. Cool and drink
When it is not advisable to drink green coffee
Before preparing it, we advise you to take a look at its contraindications, so that you can discover whether or not you can consume it regularly. It is not advised in case of:
- Heart disease and heart problems.
- Kidney problems
- Small children.
- Monitoring of low carbohydrate diets.
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