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Old 09-18-2013, 03:19 PM   #21
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I have been there and done that But now I drink something much better than Folgers.
First you want to clean, now this? Lady, you ARE a coffee snob!


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Old 09-18-2013, 03:42 PM   #22
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Where do you guys get straight vinegar? The stuff I come across always says Reduced to 5% Acidity and I don't think that's the right stuff?

White vinegar at 5% is the norm. When I hear "straight vinegar", to me at least, it means white vinegar right out of the bottle with no further dilution.

I've heard of 10% to 20% acid white vinegar for industrial uses / commercial pickling operations but I've never personally seen it as a "vinegar" (lab grade glacial acetic acid is a different story) and never really looked for it either so I'm not sure where you would go to get it. You would need to be careful with it, as at that concentration, it could possibly damage some components and will cause burns if it contacts exposed skin.
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First you want to clean, now this? Lady, you ARE a coffee snob!


JK, of course.
Yes I am a snob, I drink coffee that I have roasted. I prefer French press but, my Brazen is a good second place. It warms up the water to just the right temp and then soaks the grounds before pushing water through them for the best flavor So Yes I am a Coffee Snob/
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Yes I am a snob, I drink coffee that I have roasted. I prefer French press but, my Brazen is a good second place. It warms up the water to just the right temp and then soaks the grounds before pushing water through them for the best flavor So Yes I am a Coffee Snob/
Not that there's anything WRONG with that.
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