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Why Did My Coffee Just Bubble When I Put A Spoon In It ?
« Reply #25 on: 13/10/2011 21:11:45 »
It is quite possible that the extra "milkiness" is caused by some denaturing or demicellization of the protein casing (... err caesin ...) leading to greater exposure of the fat globules that constitute "milkiness".

I drink my coffee long and weak black.

Thanks so much damocles ....I understand what ' weak and black  ' is but what is a long coffee  ?!...thanks again !


A long coffee is one that is served in a normal cup or even a large mug rather than a tiny espresso cup -- a coffee with no water rationing!
 

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Why Did My Coffee Just Bubble When I Put A Spoon In It ?
« Reply #26 on: 14/10/2011 02:50:45 »
,ool...I wanted to know the same thing....lol.....and my top score was only 3 also...
 

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