What Do You Use in Your Coffee?
Well let's put aside the prospective comments of a few...
1. I don't drink coffee.
2. I'm a real (man/woman/whatever). I drink it black.
Getting back to the question: what do you drink in your coffee? Some put skim-milk in it, some 2% milk, some whole milk, some half-and-half, and so on up butterfat lane.
Personally, I prefer at least half-and-half. I don't feel coffee has to have a certain color. That's not why I use it. I use it because it doesn't destroy the taste of the coffee as the low fat additives do (at least in my opinion). I do add it because it substitutes for table sugar (milk sugar replacing it) and it adds a creaminess, knocking off the edge of acidity as well. I don't mind the calories.
In fact, the primary reason for eating is not to impart health, or tantalize taste buds. It is to stoke the furnace, to provide the fuel -- yes, the calories of energy -- needed to empower our bodies.
What, and WHY do you (if you do) use an additive in your coffee (yes, if you drink the stuff)?
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