This recipe is so easy, you can train your dog to make it, especially if you have a smart dog like a cocker spaniel or a pot-bellied pig or a dolphin.
It makes good iced coffee but if you double the strength, you can add boiling water to it and make hot coffee too.
Because it’s a slow-brew process, the final product is less acidic and has less “undesirables” in it than hot-water brewed coffee. But still all the caffeine! Here’s how to do it:
- 1.5 cups cold water
- ⅓ c coarsely ground coffee (Should look like yard dirt, not sand grains)
- Combine these in a glass container and cover, set aside at room temperature for 12 hours, more or less
- Strain through a metal strainer or colander lined with a paper filter.
- Drink up, buttercup.
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