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I do my own brew and in the process I produce a good amount of leftover coffee grounds. I always wondered how do I make use of such leftover instead of just throwing them away. I do see leftover coffee grounds effectively being re-used by most coffee shops…by putting them in ashtrays for smokers. But I am not a smoker so I find it hardly beneficial for me. Referring to the article below, however, by Care2.com gave me answers to my question on: Effective Uses of Leftover Coffee Grounds?
>>>>>>>>>Click to Enlarge<<<<<<<<<<<<< So today I posted this image on my facebook page in order to help you visualize what the difference is between different espresso and coffee based drinks. Although there are some regional variances, this espresso field guide is very accurate. [courtesy of orbitvisual.com ] There are other more popular image guides, but none are more detailed, or more accurate than this one (note there is no caramel, whipped cream, or sugar on the Macchiato)! I am surprised at the number of ‘baristas’ that do not understand the difference between even the most basic of coffee drinks! There are many great baristas out there that are exceptionally knowledgeable and create spectacular drinks for sure, but I am not privileged enough to live close to any of them
I’ve been drinking coffee for a good portion of my life.
Welcome to the first blog of many with Passionate Harvest Coffee, am excited about what God is doing and also about the relationships He is building as my wife and I walk this journey we call the Christian walk. Through time, Lord willing, this blog will develop into a tool to not only inform you on the journeyof Passionate Harvest but hopefully to encourage you to be involved in spreading the gospel and discipleship. When we look at the great commissionin Matthew 28 it talks about discipleship, a term talked alot about but rarely practiced because it takes time to disciple a person, as a pastor friend once said, “discipleship is messy”. This week marks the ten year anniversary of leaving behind a very succesful career at Tully’s Coffee in Seattle, something I do not regret at all. Has the journey been difficult? Of course but it’s been exciting, God has done so much, way more than I could have ever dreamed of.