Salt on your food

".....should you add milk and sugar to your coffee?......."

So time to get boo’ing again an audio boo on should you add milk and sugar to your coffee?

I think this covers my thoughts but if I missed anything comments below please


Love audioboo as a way of blogging, I don’t always add them to the main blog, so check the right hand side bar of the blog, but this one I felt was worthy

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  1. Jason says:

    I would add that if your trying to wean yourself off of milk and/or sugar then it might take 3-4 cups before you stop noticing what your missing. At least that was my experience.

  2. Piero C says:

    Also, let it cool down a bit.

  3. Kylie says:

    I was astonished last year when I stopped (for the most part) drinking store bought coffee and started ordering my coffee straight from a roaster. I had never even known coffee could be so delicious or that I could not need cream and sugar. I used to drink coffee just for that extra jolt early in the morning, but now I am a coffee lover, always searching for the new flavors my palate has never imagined.

    I agree both of the guys above, though. It can be a bit scary to change what you are used to, but you may never know what you are missing if you don’t give it a try without all that cream and sugar. I absolutely love how much lighter my coffee feels in my mouth without all the heavy cream and sweetness I used to use.

    I have also noticed that I can almost never drink a low quality or store bought coffee without cream and sugar or at least sugar. They are too bitter, as if they are biting back.

  4. pj mcnally says:

    There’s a Russian saying, “To salt without tasting”, which Steve has come up with here.

    They mean both literally, when someone has cooked you a meal, and figuratively – to shun someone’s advice, even when they probably know more about the subject. It’s considered really rude there!

  5. ann says:

    I think I am purist regarding both coffee and tea. If either is of high quality, then for me neither needs milk/sugar, or sweetner at all.
    I enjoy great coffee and find that the use of milk and sugar can mask the wonderful complex flavors that abound in my cup;)

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