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Date: 15 Feb 2007 22:32:54
From: Rusty James
Subject: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
section of the store is better than powder?

Rusty




 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 19:16:35
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Feb 16, 3:02 pm, "Alex_chef2000" <alejan...@tips.com.mx > wrote:
> I think that in all the world is happening the same, we are returning
> to nature products.
>

Heard the other day England will be passing new laws to limit food
additives.



 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 12:02:55
From: Alex_chef2000
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
I think that in all the world is happening the same, we are returning
to nature products.

Any artificial product will have a side effect on our bodies, so the
best way is to try to eat and drink the more organic-natural as
possible. The artificial flavors tend to be sweeter than the natural
stuff, that is why many people use them for coffee.

For me, the best natural creamer is half & half, used in small
quantities is good for anyone's health. Other alternative is to use
evaporated milk too.


Regards from Mexico,



Alex.:



 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 09:54:49
From:
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:32:54 -0500, Rusty James
<ferrante276-rustyjames@yahoo.com > wrote:

>In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
>something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
>best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
>section of the store is better than powder?
>
>Rusty

I was listening to one of k Prince's podcasts, or was it a post in
coffeegeek?. and k believes that the fat in cream can actually
enhance the flavor of good coffee. Something about lipids, so I would
say put some real cream in your coffee and yes- stay away from any
cream-type ingredients that you can't easily identify.

aloha,
Cea


 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 11:33:09
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Feb 16, 1:56 pm, pltrgyst <pltrg...@spamlessxhost.org > wrote:
> But full gloss enamel would have that lovely sheen...you could even get it mixed
> in a perfect crema shade.

Salvation, at least visually, for a Starbie's espresso.



  
Date: 16 Feb 2007 12:07:45
From: I->Ian
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?

>Salvation, at least visually, for a Starbie's espresso.

IM F'ing Possible!!!!


 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 09:48:49
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
White latex paint is fast, easy, delicious.

This HAS to be a put-on or a troll, doesn't it?



  
Date: 16 Feb 2007 13:56:02
From: pltrgyst
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On 16 Feb 2007 09:48:49 -0800, "Omniryx@gmail.com" <Omniryx@gmail.com > wrote:

>White latex paint is fast, easy, delicious.

But full gloss enamel would have that lovely sheen...you could even get it mixed
in a perfect crema shade.

>This HAS to be a put-on or a troll, doesn't it?

Don't see how it can't be.

-- Larry


 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 06:28:33
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Feb 15, 10:32 pm, Rusty James <ferrante276-rustyja...@yahoo.com >
wrote:
> In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
> something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
> best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
> section of the store is better than powder?
>
> Rusty


Need some powdered milk for baking breads, which should do to tote for
coffee if on the road. For the price of all the bottled coffee
additives, next to milk in the grocery store (most synthesized
products don't appeal to me) -- may as well have heavy cream.
Worldwide, milk isn't hard to substantiate as something people
normally put in coffee. You're asking for a product resembling dairy
sold with illustrations that depict "enhancing" the coffee taste.
(Either that or you're lactose intollerant). Establish the coffee
taste without an additive. If you like milk, try drinking the
additive alone, instead, to decide if it belongs in your coffee. Also
watch for later and prolonged side effects. Not everything sold as,
or just-as good, really is.



 
Date: 15 Feb 2007 22:10:50
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
Rusty James <ferrante276-rustyjames@yahoo.com > wrote:

>In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
>something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
>best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
>section of the store is better than powder?
>
>Rusty

If I add something to my coffee I prefer to use a food product-
something from nature is nice. In my home, the ingredients found in
many of those "cremish" products would only appear in my garage in and
amongst the leather treatments, tire cleaners, and lubricants. They do
make Kreme.... but it is intended to be used to seal gas tanks.

Really, if you have gone through the trouble to make a fine cup of
coffee, and you need a additive, use a teaspoon of cream, condensed
milk, or something that comes from a cow and not a laboratory.

Anyone else picture Dr. Fronk-en-steen crying out, "It's CREEEEAM. I
have created CREEEAM!"

Randy "the Kreme is located nest to the lubester" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com




  
Date: 17 Feb 2007 04:41:11
From: Lavarock
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
Can't you add both cream AND sugar at the same time, by dunking in a
Krispy Kreme doughnut? :-)

Randy G. wrote:

> Really, if you have gone through the trouble to make a fine cup of
> coffee, and you need a additive, use a teaspoon of cream, condensed
> milk, or something that comes from a cow and not a laboratory.
>
> Anyone else picture Dr. Fronk-en-steen crying out, "It's CREEEEAM. I
> have created CREEEAM!"
>
> Randy "the Kreme is located nest to the lubester" G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com
>
>


--

They said that someone has to live in Hawaii and I raised my hand first!


 
Date: 16 Feb 2007 04:21:32
From: AZ Nomad
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:32:54 -0500, Rusty James <ferrante276-rustyjames@yahoo.com > wrote:


>In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
>something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
>best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
>section of the store is better than powder?

Get the same brand as your instant coffee. That way you're less likely
to have a chemical interaction.


 
Date: 15 Feb 2007 22:49:44
From: hfw
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
Really, the real thing is infinitely better. Take at look at the
ingredients in those "creamers." They're positively scary!

If it's about keeping decently, many of the cream (and half-and-half)
products are ultra-pasteurized and keep much better than they used to.
If it's about fat content, even the non-fat (how do they do that??)
half-and-half is worlds better.

If it's about avoiding dairy, read the labels carefully. Many of the
creamers have dairy ingredients among those things you can't pronounce.

--Heidi



Rusty James wrote:
> In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
> something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
> best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
> section of the store is better than powder?
>
> Rusty
>


 
Date: 15 Feb 2007 22:41:05
From: pltrgyst
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:32:54 -0500, Rusty James
<ferrante276-rustyjames@yahoo.com > wrote:

>In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
>something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
>best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
>section of the store is better than powder?

I like to mix in a teaspoon or so of powdered cement. The morning coffee really
stays with you that way.

-- Larry


  
Date: 15 Feb 2007 21:57:43
From: I->Ian
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:41:05 -0500, pltrgyst
<pltrgyst@spamlessxhost.org > wrote:

>On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:32:54 -0500, Rusty James
><ferrante276-rustyjames@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>>In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
>>something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
>>best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
>>section of the store is better than powder?
>
>I like to mix in a teaspoon or so of powdered cement. The morning coffee really
>stays with you that way.
>
>-- Larry

Portland or Rubber?


   
Date: 16 Feb 2007 10:27:27
From: pltrgyst
Subject: Re: Poll: Best coffee creamer. Liquid/dry?
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 21:57:43 -0800, "I- >Ian" <someone@nowhere.com> wrote:

>On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:41:05 -0500, pltrgyst
><pltrgyst@spamlessxhost.org> wrote:
>
>>On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:32:54 -0500, Rusty James
>><ferrante276-rustyjames@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>>In my a.m. coffee, I like to use creamer and usually get Cremora or
>>>something like that. Is their one general brand that most consider the
>>>best tasting? Also, do you think liquid creamer, usually in the milk
>>>section of the store is better than powder?
>>
>>I like to mix in a teaspoon or so of powdered cement. The morning coffee really
>>stays with you that way.
>
>Portland or Rubber?

Portland. The rubber has that off-putting alcoholic odor.

-- Larry