Why French press coffee is bad for you?
The French Press has been in the news for awhile as an unhealthy way to brew coffee, because it’s filter doesn’t filter out the cafestol. Cafestol is a substance that causes the body’s LDL, the “bad” cholesterol, levels to rise.
How much coffee do you put in a French press?
Whatever size of French Press you use, a good rule of thumb is to follow a ratio of coffee to water. So for every 1 gram of coffee, add 15 grams of water, which converts to about 3 tablespoon of coffee for every 1 cup of water. Experiment from there to find the ratio that works for your taste.
How do you make French press coffee video?
How to Brew Coffee with the French Press –
What’s the point of French press coffee?
The French Press uses pressure to force coffee to the bottom of an elegant pot after brewing, capturing the concentrated flavors. This is coffee in its purest form. The results are deep; dark and full flavored.
What are the benefits of French press coffee?
Coffee brewed from a French Press is especially powerful. Coffee contains methylpyridinium, a powerful anticancer compound that has been shown to reduce the chances of certain cancers. French Press Coffee is rich in this compound and can help lower your chances of oral, pharyngeal and esophageal cancers.