[Homeroast] 'stuff' in water

John Nanci john at chocolatealchemy.com
Tue Jun 4 15:49:23 CDT 2013


More power to you and congratulations, but that is called 
circumstantial evidence.  Can't disagree with what you are eating and 
drinking, but it's circumstantial as I know other distilled water, 
organic food, raw milk people and they can't say the same thing as you.

John

At 01:32 PM 6/4/2013, you wrote:
>On 6/4/2013 10:00 AM, homeroast-request at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com wrote:
>>Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Distilled H2O
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>>Here here Mike.  I twitched when I read sludge.  Just because water
>>has 'stuff' in it doesn't make it bad.  We live off of 'stuff'.  Just
>>about the same twitch as reading that distilled water 'flushes' you
>>out.  More power to you to not going to the doctor in years, or not
>>feeling full from pasta cooked with 'pure' water, but the the amount
>>of 'stuff' in standard drinking water is so small compared to the
>>water, I just can't put any credence in it.  Sorry.  Heck, English
>>ales are renowned for the body that minerals brings out (note I
>>didn't say adds) in their ales.  I personally think the same is true
>>of coffee.  Coffee brewed with mineral free water seems lacking.  And
>>I happen to love the flavor of distilled and DI water - have always
>>found it kind of sweet.
>>
>>But as Mike say, it really only matters what you like.
>>
>>John
>John, If you are eating right, you should be getting all your 
>minerals and 'stuff' from your food, not your water.  I began 
>distilled water in '91.  I haven't wanted to see a doctor since.  I 
>also, later switched to organic foods, later to raw (unpasteurized) 
>milk.  When everyone in town is catching some flu or virus, it NEVER 
>gets me or my family.
>
>Raybob
>
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