Cold-brewed coffee useful for lovers of iced coffee and for adventurous bakers and brewers. Because cold-brewed coffee extracts only a third of the acid of regular coffee and a bit less caffeine, it is a godsend for those who suffer from acid stomach or heartburn and can't take regular coffee. Once you have the concentrate, you can prepare it conveniently, without waste, and at whatever strength you prefer.
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