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jtapscot wrote:Good pictures.
What part of Texas are you in?
NDJollyMon wrote:Did I tell you it snowed here the other day? Did I mention the 60 MPH winds?
Don't go feelin' sorry for me...
N'Joy your...sniff, sniff....sun coffee.
jeff1014 wrote:Perhaps the results would have been different in a mason jar. Maybe the plastic of the ziploc affected the taste.. It looked a tad bit weak too. Did it taste that way?
Alice2 wrote:I would be nervous about sun-brewing in a plastic container even if you can't taste it.
There is that cold-brew method that was on this forum at one time -- I was tempted to look into it sometime but never did as I became a coffeemaker collector instead .
It makes that syrup 'coffee concentrate' and you use a whole lot of coffee to produce it.
I think sun-coffee would work as well as sun-tea. There is no sun where I live so I couldn't tell ya.
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