OK. One thing I love is coffee. But sometimes, the coffee at work is just, well, painful. And I've become a bit of a coffee snob when it comes to the roast of my beans. Yeah, everyone likes a dark roast, but not me. I like a nice medium city roast. It's a little more acidic, but you can actually taste the flavor of the beans, and not have an oily cup of coffee.
Lately, we've been drinking a low acid coffee from Folgers. It's not bad, but it's bland. It's just coffee. But maybe with this trick I can go back to trying different beans and flavors. Here's hoping.
Add Baking Soda to Make Acidic Coffee Stomach Friendly [Coffee]
If your office hasn't switched to a darker and less acidic roast or you just bought overly acidic coffee, Lifehacker reader Parallel Johnny has a solution. Add a scoop of baking soda to tame a stomach wrenching pot. More »