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Mr. Coffee BVMC-KG5 Single Serve Coffee Brewer Machine, Red Questions & Answers
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Brewer Head open or water is needed.
The KG5 has trouble reading RO or distilled water, for whatever reason. Here is a site that may be helpful; http://www.mrcoffee.com/service-%26-support/product-support/product-faqs/single-cup-%28brewers%29/bvmc-kg6/BVMC-KG6-faqs.html
What is a fortified wine?
A fortified wine is
more commonly known as a port. To make
port, brandy is added to wine to stop fermentation before the yeasts eat all
the sugars of the grapes, thus producing a sweeter wine with higher alcohol
How do I make iced coffee?
Iced coffee is a great way to enjoy coffee during those hot summer months. I have come across two great recipes to make iced coffee- hope you enjoy!http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2011/06/perfect-iced-coffee/http://www.recipegirl.com/2011/07/11/hot-to-make-iced-coffee/
What are the differences between green tea and black tea?
Both green and black tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. The key difference between the two is that black tea is oxidized and green tea is not. To make black tea, the leaves are first rolled and then exposed to air to trigger the oxidation process.
Is Coke really going to stop making Dr. Pepper
Dr Pepper is owned by the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. Coca Cola, Inc. has nothing to do with the manufacture of Dr Pepper. Both Coca Cola, Inc., and PepsiCo, Inc., provide bottling services, under contract to Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.
So, the short answer to your question is, "No".
Is coffee harmful to women during pregnancy?
It is recommended that if women need to have a cup of coffee
during pregnancy they have decaf. The
problem with consuming coffee during pregnancy is the caffeine. Several studies have been conducted and the
results have shown that consuming caffeine during pregnancy during the first
trimester can double the chances of having a miscarriage.
To read more about the effects of caffeine during pregnancy,
clock the link below.
The best before date on bottled water
Water seems like a commodity that can't go bad, so what is up with the best before dates that companies are printing on their labels? Do they really mean anything?After some research I have found that there is no rule from the FDA that water bottle companies are required to print a best before date. What these dates indicate is that the best quality of the water will be before this date. You will find that when you put water in a bottle after a few days or a while the water will start to taste a little different.Some times if the water tastes different after the best before date this is an indicator of the chemicals from the plastic leaching into the water. This causes some health concerns, but the chemicals don't really need a lot of time to leach into the water. You will notice that nothing grows in a sealed water bottle but within 2 weeks of opening it you should drink it or toss it because it can start to grow bacteria or mold.
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