coffee substitute


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Noun1.coffee substitute - a drink resembling coffee that is sometimes substituted for it
chicory root, chicory - root of the chicory plant roasted and ground to substitute for or adulterate coffee
Postum - trade mark for a coffee substitute invented by C. W. Post and made with chicory and roasted grains
coffee, java - a beverage consisting of an infusion of ground coffee beans; "he ordered a cup of coffee"
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ground chickpeas have been used as a coffee substitute since the 18th century.
In the past it has have been consumed as a flour, coffee substitute, margarine and processed as fibre.
Some folks even roast the meatier seeds for a coffee substitute! Okra grows best where both days and nights stay warm in summer, and it's among the most effortless summer crops to grow in the humid Southeast.
Burdock root also has many other uses besides a coffee substitute. It is generally preferred to use the first year root, though the tougher second year roots can be used as well.
"It's my coffee substitute!" said two of the people I interviewed at the Department of Environmental Conservation's Albany office who bicycle commute on a near daily basis.
Dandelion roots can be harvested during any frost-free period of the year and eaten raw, steamed, or even dried, roasted and ground into a coffee substitute.
It can be used in a multitude of forms -- soy sauce, soybean meal, vegetable oil, bean curd, fermented soybean paste, soy milk and as a coffee substitute. The green crop is also used for forage and hay, and the cake as stock feed and fertiliser.
The latter wasn't readily available in the war with acorns or chicory used as a vile coffee substitute. But as it is unlikely modern day caffeine addicts raised on a diet of lattes, cappuccinos and espressos would take kindly to being served a pot of ground-up acorns, the National Trust has made some culinary concessions.
Post created the first batch of Postum, a coffee substitute, in Battle Creek.
The seeds of gallium, which also grows in the park, can be toasted and used as a coffee substitute.
In the chapter titled "A Healthy Alternative to Coffee," Kushner heavily promotes Soyfee, a soy-based coffee substitute she created, and she is also the founder and president of Soy Coffee, LLC.
ACORNS were used as a coffee substitute during the American Civil War.