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Old 11-04-2011, 07:20 PM   #31
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Heat some water on a gas stove, and mix with a heaping scoop of




It's pretty much decaffeinated which is all I'm supposed to drink now-a-days anyhow

(really? an egg in cowboy coffee... LOL)
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Old 11-04-2011, 07:51 PM   #32
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"It's pretty much decaffeinated which is all I'm supposed to drink now-a-days anyhow"


Decaf? Perish the thought. Sacrilege. Heresy.
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:07 AM   #33
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That is like drinking pretend beer....
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That is like drinking pretend beer....
I actually did that last month in Egypt. No alcohol to be found (75% Muslim) except "Non-Alcoholic" beer. Tasted llike the smell of hops! LOL I like the "leaded" version better!

Don uses instant coffee (water heated on gas stove) when we can't get the fresh made stuff.
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Instant coffee too? Perish the thought. Heresy. Sacrilege.
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MOre like 'gag me with a maggot'. Since the inception of Starbucks, I haven't been able to even look at an instant coffee container in the store!
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Lately I have been opening the little Starbucks chilled bottle with a little chocolate in it. I am not much of a coffee fan. Obviously.
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Lately I have been opening the little Starbucks chilled bottle with a little chocolate in it. I am not much of a coffee fan. Obviously.
Not a coffee drinker? Perish the thought. Heresy. Sacrilege.
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We have an aluminum plug in coffee perk bought from Walmart. Has never boiled over and only gets grounds if I forget to put the small disk on before the lid Works great and will definitely take camping
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