I drink mine from 8am till noon. Dave mentioned that coffee drastically changes after 30 minutes, anyone have research to back this up?
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Wake up till 2pm. I have 3 of them and a 20oz tumbler. Prob drink each over like 15 mins.
Sometimes it takes me as long as five minutes to finish the cup. :cool:
So, usually I'm drinking my BPC from roughly 6:45 - 6:50, and I'm done. :P Then I wash everything from making the BPC and head on to work.
Overall the morning ritual is a rather lengthy process of like ten minutes total, to boil, press, blend, and consume and I'm thinking I can shorten it some by cold-brewing the coffee and taking out the boiling and pressing parts in the process. Might be able to get 'er done in under three minutes.
Sometimes I need to drink mine in about 15min because I'm late for school. If I'm not late to somewhere, I drink it in about 30 min. I don't think I've ever taken longer than 30min and I've never had stomach issues because of it.
Funny, the next morning after I posted the previous post, I down my coffee in like 5 min and have a small upset stomach for a couple minutes XD I just drank some water and its all good. I think the key for not getting an upset stomach is to drink a large class/bottle of water before or during drinking your coffee.
It usually takes me between 30mins and an hour. I either keep it in a 200 degree oven or a saucepan with hot water, and I use a battery powered stirrer to mix it up between little gulps.
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I finish it like a normal coffee, quicker than how people usually drink it, it's down within a minute because it's so tasty. (I never understood why people sit with an espresso for hours just because everybody else does it. Though it's a nice feeling when I have time for that on a weekend day.)
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When I was drinking BPC, it'd usually be down within 30-60 mins. Mmm, I miss it.
When I was drinking BPC, it'd usually be down within 30-60 mins.
Mmm, I miss it.
So you no longer drink it. Why and for how long? Curious.
I'm not sure about that - BP coffee is mostly water by volume. The upset stomach could be an issue with stomach acid, in which case diluting it with more water may not help. Similarly, once in the intestine, the fats need to be emulsified with bile from the gallbladder, and again diluting it with more water may not help.
But do whatever works. Perhaps the water just cooled down the coffee in your stomach, or increased the rate of gastric emptying to the intestines.
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--- I'm not sure about that - BP coffee is mostly water by volume. The upset stomach could be an issue with stomach acid, in which case diluting it with more water may not help. Similarly, once in the intestine, the fats need to be emulsified with bile from the gallbladder, and again diluting it with more water may not help. But do whatever works. Perhaps the water just cooled down the coffee in your stomach, or increased the rate of gastric emptying to the intestines.
The reason I thought that was because Dave Asprey said once to always drink a large glass of water before you drink your morning coffee. So I usually do, but yesterday I didn't and that was the only time the upset stomach thing ever happened. I put two and two together and figured that's the only thing that was different
I think he said something about the absorption is better with drinking water beforehand
I certainly do the morning glass of sea salt water, which he talks about.
10-15 minutes. I let it cool down some and I just gulp it.
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how can you drink it so slowly D=
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then sip decaf BP made with aeropress (2 tbsp MCT 2 tbsp butter 9oz water) from roughly 9am-11am in between work (electrician)
i like to almost chew small sips, kinda weird but tasty.