Or even just a very small pinch to a cup. Handy when you're running low on sugar, or are trying to cut back. Cuts the bitterness by a lot, which reduces the need for sugar. Literally just a few grains is all it takes, so it also won't significantly impact your sodium intake. Unless you're a pot a day or more kind of person.
Hammo is right. My coffee translates to "Il mio caffè". The determinate article (which in this case is 'Il') is needed when referring to an object that belongs to someone (though there are a few exceptions). Therefore instead of saying "in il mio caffè" we use the contraction "nel' to say 'nel mio caffè'.
yes, sir! haha, no i thought it was strange, too, when i heard about it. took some research and convincing, but one day i just did it.
im am certainly a bigger fan of strong, black coffee (thank my former-military father for that!) but the taste is quite good and you can not ignore the health and cognitive benefits gleaned from it... check it out: http://www.bulletproofexec.com/ and see what you think.
Salty coffee is an old Turkish tradition...There are many steps in traditional Turkish wedding ceremonies...First step: mother and father of the groom (and some elder family members) go to the bride’s family’s house. The bride candidate has to serve Turkish coffee to the guests to show her grace but she also serves salty coffee to her beloved. If he drinks the coffee without any bad expression on his face, his love is true! In other words, if the bride has a gratitude in the groom and is ready to live with him in all conditions and at any difficulty, he is made by drinking salty coffee. At present, it's common joke. :)