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I've tried his coffee, it's good $#!t. It provides a much more clear-headed non-jittery feeling than other options, and doesn't cost much more than what I would drink instead.
If you read up on the subject, it's not just about "organic" - it's about reducing mold and toxins in your coffee - there are plenty of organic coffees that still have lots of mycotoxins and/or mold in them - ways to reduce the likelihood of toxins/mold involve getting beans from a single source (as opposed to many plantations' beans mixed together), processing (wet vs. dry, no fermentation, etc), etc. etc.... I feel like there used to be more information on what exactly makes a good coffee bean before he started selling his own product, but simply an orgainic label ain't it.
I tried BP coffee in the blender one of the first times I did it, and didn't like the foaminess, so I've been whipping the mixture around my cup with my butter knife, which works, but... I just got an aerolatte dealy-do... yeah, it's awesome.
Try lakotacoffee.com they offer a few fair trade organic coffees that are wet processed to remove the possibility of mold contamination. I do like the bullet proof coffee as well but it is cost prohibitive.
I have an immediate reaction when I drink regular coffee because of the mold/mycotoxin issue. After several treatments to clear my body of mold sickness, I'm now extremely sensitive to it and can tell immediately if I eat/drink anything that has it or walk into a room where its growing somewhere.
Bulletproof coffee is good but we mix it up and sometimes use coconut milk from a can (the high fat unsweetened stuff) because butter does get old after awhile and the MCT oil has a crappy flavor. Much better to use the MCT oil in some sort of smoothie to hide the bad taste.
Half/half never took me out of ketosis....
I'm looking to kick Primal Fuel and go back to BP Coffee. I have to go out of town for a week Sunday, which I hate (mostly because its Tuscaloosa and I hate Alabama and everything Updyke).
I bought an Aeropress off Amazon today and it should be here tomorrow. It looks like a great alternative to nasty and single serve coffee makers in hotels. I use Kicking Horse Kick Ass Dark beans now and I like them.
I want to kick this crazy Primal Fuel spending. It detracts from my $50 bottle of Laphroiag 10 each week.
For us that try to keep our carbs as low as possible, 2tbsp butter has 0g carbs whereas HWC has 1g. I know that it's not much, but if you're trying to keep carb grams as low as possible, every gram counts!
And, if you're an intermittent faster - as I am - you want something that will give you energy, but essentially not break your fast as HWC would do. I guess it's one of those YMMV kinda things, as some IFers say they use cream and don't consider it having broken their fast. I do!
Of course I'm out of my mind ~ It's dark and scary in there!
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