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dishes you would find in a french restaurant (with pictures) |

by:Two Eight     2019-08-03
Making coffee with French press is like buying a new wardrobe: to figure out what works for you, a little experiment is needed.This method can allow hot water to soak coffee grounds, so that you can not get rich flavor from the drip irrigation machine.First of all, you may need to play ratio and brewing time before you find the combination that best suits you.Once you have found this combination, you will get the same flavor from every cup you brew.
Check if the mesh piston of your pan has oil slag or trap slag that has been used before.Remove the piston and clean the parts if necessary.
Measure all the coffee beans and water.Most coffee winemakers use the ratio of 8 to 16 water to 1 coffee, so to make a coffee you may need 1 glass of water, 2 to 4 tablespoons of coffee beans, it depends on whether you like espresso or light coffee.Some recipes also require measuring coffee after grinding it.
Boil water on the stove or in a clean boiler.If there is any unique taste of your tap water, please use the filtered water.
Ground beans.If possible, use the burr grinder, which produces a more uniform ground than the blade grinder.Designed to obtain consistency similar to coarse sand or crumbs;When you press the coffee, the ground that is too thin will penetrate into the grid.
Pour the ground coffee into a French pressed pot.The water fell to the ground as soon as it boiled.Gently mix the things in the pan and combine them.
Place the lid on the pan, but don't push the piston down.Watch the clock.Most winemakers recommend making coffee in 3 to 6 minutes.The longer you brew, the stronger the coffee.
Push the piston down slowly until it reaches the bottom of the pot.Pour coffee immediately and keep the piston in place.
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