Emulsifying Coconut Oil/grass Fed Butter Into Cold Brew Coffee
I make a few gallons a week of cold-brew coffee for the family. Everyone loves it! After reading this website and listening to a few episodes of Dave on the podcast, I want to up the fam's healthy fat intake and this bulletproof coffee idea seems like a sure shot way of doing it.
Considering I the coffee I make is a cold-brew, is it possible to emulsify the grass fed butter and coconut oil without a hot coffee?
I read a post from last year from xandoru about emulsifying mct oil, ghee, water, and sunflower lecithin. The recipe he came up with is below.
"160g ghee (ancient organics)
160g caprylic acid (brain octane)
13g liquid sunflower lecithin (now foods)"
Is this the best way to emulsify the fats into water?
Then what would be the best way to add these emulsified fats into a cold brew coffee?
How bout so everything stays emulsified together for an extended period of time?
I want to be able to have my cold brew with healthy fats sitting in the fridge for a week without separation.
Thanks a ton and I appreciate all the knowledge you folks have shared here!