Cool coffeemaker turns your grounds into delicious mushrooms
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A Colombian designer invented a coffee machine that will grow your dinner while you brew your morning cup of joe.
The HIFA Coffee machine turns your coffee grounds into a substrate for growing edible mushrooms.
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The grounds simply stock in the lower compartment and is turned into a mushroom fertilizer.
Just water, watch your mushrooms grow and cook them up.
The machine's double-walled design keeps your coffee hot longer, and it also assures the best darkness and humidity for your mushrooms.
The world consumes 150.2 million bags of coffee every year. Yet, less than 1% of the whole coffee grain is consumed in a cup of coffee.
This coffee machine makes sure you get the most out of your beans.
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Coffee and espresso drinks explained
A latte is espresso and steamed milk with a small amount of milk foam on top.
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A cappuccino should be equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam.
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A dry cappuccino features less of the traditional steamed milk and more milk foam in its place.
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A cafe au lait is traditional black coffee mixed with warmed milk.
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Espresso is specially brewed coffee, created with finely ground coffee beans brewed under pressure with nearly-boiling water.
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A macchiato, traditionally, is a 'stained' espresso -- espresso with just a dot of milk.
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An Americano is espresso mixed with hot water.
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A cortado is espresso that is 'cut' with an equal amount of milk.
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A red eye is for the severely under-caffeinated -- espresso shots mixed in with a regular black coffee
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