/b/ - I'm making this thread because i have made a delicious coffee discovery.I made a strawberry coffee milkshake with varying heat levels.Here is the recipe for anyone else who wants to make it.Step one: make a cup of coffee, I used a nescafe gold medium


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I'm making this thread because i have made a delicious coffee discovery.
I made a strawberry coffee milkshake with varying heat levels.
Here is the recipe for anyone else who wants to make it.
Step one: make a cup of coffee, I used a nescafe gold medium for the coffee, i also had one sugar in it with a bit of milk.
Step Two: get some strawberry syrup, any type will do.
Step Three: put around 250-500ml of milk into a blender.
Step Four: put 50-100ml of strawberry syrup into the blender, the exact number can vary due to concentration.
Step Five: put coffee into blender.
Step Six: Blend all ingredients.
Step Seven: pour into what ever cup you want and enjoy.

 No.8403[D][DF]

thanks for telling me this

 No.8418[D][DF]

Not really a recipe, but a few years ago I tried cutting strawberries in slices and putting those on a plate with sugar, and the result was actually decent strawberry syrup
I don't remember how much sugar I put though

 No.8419[D][DF]

>>8418
That's a process called maceration, which happens when most fruits are mixed with sugar. Basically, the grains of sugar bust the cell walls. This softens the fruit, releases the juices, changes the texture and flavors, and releases the smell. It's sort of like tenderizing meat, but for fruit. My granny would mix strawberries, peaches, or blueberries with sugar in a big metal bowl then serve it mixed with cream. Yum yum.
Because maceration softens fruit, it's a great last resort if you find that the fruit you bought isn't quite ripe yet.

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>>8419
I see, nice to know. I remember once eating fruits at an airport, they were served with some sweet liquid in an attempt to hide the fact that they weren't very ripe.... that sucked. They should've macerated them instead

 No.8599[D][DF]

there's this thing called simpily lime (a packet of dehydrated lime crushed into granules) and if you mix it with code red mountian dew it tastes like cherry limeaid



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