[Homeroast] Distilled H2O vs RO
john at chocolatealchemy.com
Wed Jun 26 14:27:08 CDT 2013
Good and BAD flavors too. Too each his own. And sadly, your beliefs
do not match the experimental data AT ALL. There is this nifty thing
called co-extraction. Basically, minerals in water, carrying a
heavier charge than water, can and do actually extract more flavor
components from your coffee. It's generally why (and resoundingly
so) people find coffee brewed with water with mineral content find it
has 'more body'. It's not the minerals you are tasting per se, but
the extra compounds in coffee that it is pulling out.
But as it's been said before, too each his own, and enjoy.
At 11:46 AM 6/25/2013, you wrote:
>On 6/25/2013 10:00 AM, homeroast-request at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com wrote:
>>Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2013 09:38:35 -0500
>>From: Sandy Andina<sandraandina at icloud.com>
>>To: "A list to discuss home coffee roasting. There are rules for this
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>>Gaul stones? French rocks, (les pierres fran?ais), non?
>>Unless one has kidney and liver problems, doesn't the body simply
>>excrete excess minerals? (Or so conventional medicine teaches).
>Pure h2o makes coffee taste so good because nothing is bonded to the
>atoms, so it pulls ALL the flavor possible from the bean. Your body
>is mostly water. If the water coming in your body (through skin and
>mouth) is pure, everything flushes the way it should. If anything
>is already bonded to the h2o, it won't flush as good as it was
>intended by the one who created it in the first place.
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