Unanswered Questions

83 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers
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Research funding for health benefits by coffee trade associations

How much funding is provided by the coffee industry for research on the health benefits of coffee? I came across a statistic that surprised me by its meagerness. According to their website, the ...
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Empirical data on reuse of grounds, by flow and filter

We wanted to know are there quality empirically generated chemical composition tables examining the relationship between filter porosity, flow by volume per time, and grounds of different varieties?
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Slow Roasting Coffee Beans

Conventional Coffee bean roasts at around 200-240C at around 11-19mins to ensure Maillard reaction in the beans to create the familiar taste of coffee we all know today. Could we instead roast the ...
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Does hydration level change the effect of caffeine?

Apologies if this question does not belong here, it may be suit for the chemistry site, but it pertains to the consumption of coffee directly -> so here it is. Does your prior level of hydration ...
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What measurement should I take to buy an atmospheric filter for my espresso machine?

I want to buy an atmospheric filter for my espresso machine, but I don't know what part of the filter I should measure. Should I be measuring the radius from the internal part of the border of the ...
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How can I test or repair my Keurig k45 heating component?

My k-cup coffee maker has stopped making coffee. It's a Keurig K45. It will take water, activate the pump, then it will just stay on the step with the red heating light on. I've let it sit for 15 ...
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What is the process for roasting and preparing chicory for coffee?

It seems to me that Community Coffee is essentially the standard for chicory coffee, both blended and just straight brewed chicory. What are the recipes, steps and ratios for roasting, preparing and ...
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Caffeine content of different brewing methods

For a given type of bean, do different brewing processes and temperatures (drip, French press, Mocha, espresso, cold brew, etc.) produce coffee with different caffeine content? It would seem ...
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Requirements for Nel Drip Coffee

I have a question about Nel Drip coffee requirements. Recently I've been checking few blogs and articles about this type of brewing, it mostly leads to these "settings": - Old coffee beans - Coarse ...
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Does anyone know the history of the “washed process?”

Where did the washed process originate and how has it developed and progressed? And what are the different forms and variations it has taken over the years? I have a hunch that it began in Ethiopia ...
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Messy grounds inside of DeLonghi ESAM 2600

I've got a DeLonghi bean-to-cup machine (ESAM 2600), which I find decent in overall. But there is one very annoying issue: not all of the grounds make it from the basket into the internal waste bin. ...
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What steam wand to replace my Gaggia Carezza old machine?

I have an old model of Gaggie Carezza that can be found here. The steam wand needs to be replaced. Does anyone know which one is suitable? I have been looking at this Rancilio Silvia steam wand but ...
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Least Expensive Way to Make Decent Espresso-based Milk Drinks?

I want to know the cheapest machines to make decent espresso for my situation. Needs: I need steam for milk drinks I need the proper brewing pressure I need to use fresh ground coffee, no pods ...
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Couple Brikka and Moka

I have induction stove and want to use Brikka on it, but as far as I know: Brikka is always Alu there are versions of Moka from stainless steel I want to couple them together: take bottom part from ...
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Is this moka still safe to use?

My Bialetti Moka has porous holes that seem to go beneath the surface. These pictures show those small holes. (click to enlarge)

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