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Articles about bitterness

Lifestyle
by iharper
10 years ago
Beer Theory: How to balance hops in a beer recipe

Most folks that brew tend to get stuck on IBUs when talking about bitterness in a beer. That's fine but ultimately what really counts is the balance of IBUs (international bittering units) to the gravity of the beer. I guarantee that thinking in terms of balance will improve ALL...

Lifestyle
by cidersage
7 years ago
Beer Review: Mass Transit Ale by Bristol Brewing

A review of Mass Transit Ale by Bristol Brewing of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Health
by vicrichardson
9 years ago
Dandelions - Friend or Foe

It's that time of year and we are all cursing those wild dandelions in our yards and gardens. After 30 years of war with this weed, I have decided that the time is right to embrace our young yellow friends and make culinary delights from all their bodily parts.

Home & Garden
by Lynsuz
9 years ago
How to Grow Cucumbers

If cucumbers are to be good, they need to grow quickly, developing mature fruit in as little as 10 weeks. They like heat, food and moisture, so make sure they get it all.

Lifestyle
by jbarger72
7 years ago
Top Ten American Beers By Style

An opinionated article by an experienced beer snob and home brewer as to the best American brewed beer to be found in 10 popular styles

Lifestyle
by Rev999
8 years ago
10 Good Reasons NOT to Hate Your Ex

It's easy to end up hating an ex partner after a relationship has broken up. However, there are actually many good reason why you should try not to hate your ex. Here's ten of them.

Lifestyle
by cidersage
7 years ago
Beer Review: Citra Blonde by Widmer Brothers

A review of Citra Blonde ale by Widmer Brothers of Portland, Oregon.

Lifestyle
by wineschool
11 years ago
Wine Pairing - What Goes With What?

Pairing wine with food can be nerve-wracking for the wine novice. But it doesn't have to be.

A few tips to help you along your way. And, hopefully, a surprising revelation or two (what? red wine with chicken???)

Yes!

So let's to the basics -...

Lifestyle
by cidersage
7 years ago
Beer Review: Beehive Honey Wheat by Bristol Brewing

A review of Beehive Honey Wheat by Bristol Brewing Company of Colorado Springs.

Business & Money
by Sam Jones
6 years ago
Debt Management for Couples

In this article we discuss how to manage finances and debt as a couple in light of the fact that this can be the downfall in a large percentage of relationship failureswhen one individual acts irresponsibly

Lifestyle
by Wendy Finn
8 years ago
How to Cook Spinach

Even if Popeye didn't know how to cook spinach and was happy with the canned stuff it doesn't mean you have to be the same. Learn the basics of cooking spinach and how to make it taste less bitter. Serving suggestions and ways of making spinach more appealing are also included.

Lifestyle
by cidersage
7 years ago
Beer Review: Laughing Lab by Bristol Brewing

A review of Laughing Lab Scottish Ale by Bristol Brewing of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
8 years ago
Do You Want to Be the Biggest Loser?

Have you ever heard of loss aversion? This refers to the bitterness that one may feel about losing, whether playing chess or losing on the stock market. On the other hand, winning the money game is so rewarding that we are still motivated to play. Many times, our loss aversion can be so strong that it causes us to make bad decisions. To become a successful investor, you must not allow loss aversion to rule your life.

Lifestyle
by Livingfood101
9 years ago
What is Salt

Salt is an essential part of your diet, for without it your body would not be able to function properly. In addition, it helps to bring out the flavours of your food so that your taste buds can experience more flavor. Another great use for it is that it helps to preserve processed foods.

Lifestyle
by Maat
10 years ago
Kopi Luwak: Fresh Gourmet Coffee from Civet Dung

Nothing like a cup of java; the aroma of freshly ground beans, the rich, nutty flavour, the soothing warmth on a frosty morning. No wonder officiandos take their coffee seriously. For some, their search for the best and most expensive coffee has led them to the Indonesian...

Lifestyle
by LouisLovesLouis
9 years ago
Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker

The Aerobie Aeropress coffee maker suddenly came from nowhere to become a hugely popular coffee and expresso machine and here's why. The Aeropress coffee press and expresso maker is cheap, and super fast and convenient to use while getting a great tasting coffee at the same time. It...

Lifestyle
by PensiveScholar
8 years ago
How To Use A French Press To Make Coffee

Nothing beats a French press for strong, rich coffee. Automatic coffee makers may be convenient and easy to use, but they often filter out a lot of the coffee flavor and oils that help make coffee taste so great.

Lifestyle
by Piruli
9 years ago
Develop Your Own Wine Palate - Things To Notice When Tasting Wine

You will develop your own personal palate when you're tasting wine and the more you taste, the more you will develop your wine palate. Tasting wine will also deepen your appreciation for both winemakers and wine. The combination of taste and smell allows you to discern the flavor....

Lifestyle
by smoothiechode
8 years ago
Smart marriages: Set yourself up for a smarter marriage by avoiding these classic mistakes

According to The Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Missouri 50% percent of first marriages, 67% of second and 74% of third marriages in the US end in divorce. This article addresses some of the fundamental problems in our attitude towards marriage for this to happen.

Lifestyle
by JStrout
7 years ago
Back Yard Dinners: Dandelions

What are now called weeds used to be an integral part of a meal.  Try these different dandelion recipes and you might look forward to them springing up in your yard each Spring.

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