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New Coffee We Tried
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well, I got info that Fresh n Easy, 2 locations were going out of business so we headed over to check it out.

Most of the organic foods were gone but we did find some that we use and walked out with a $25 bill for $50 worth of food.

One of the items that we bought were 2 bags of organic coffee. I am drinking it now and it is really good and no need for sweetner, creamer of any kind. Not only does it taste great but there are no pesticides, preservatives, etc. in it.

Just thought I would share.
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Love coffee, my gerd does not. Coffee with a side of ranitidine. We get what is on sale. it's usually awful too.


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(08-02-2015, 10:29 AM)me50 Wrote: well, I got info that Fresh n Easy, 2 locations were going out of business so we headed over to check it out.

Most of the organic foods were gone but we did find some that we use and walked out with a $25 bill for $50 worth of food.

One of the items that we bought were 2 bags of organic coffee. I am drinking it now and it is really good and no need for sweetner, creamer of any kind. Not only does it taste great but there are no pesticides, preservatives, etc. in it.

Just thought I would share.

What is the brand of the organic coffee you are enjoying? I'm amazed that it requires no creamer.

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(08-02-2015, 10:33 AM)AlanE Wrote: Love coffee, my gerd does not. Coffee with a side of ranitidine. We get what is on sale. it's usually awful too.

FWIW, really good coffee with a medium roast shouldn't set off your gerd as much.

The bitter cheap stuff does me in, but the good stuff doesn't seem to.

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Sounds great ME50. I'm envious. Alas, my GERD is also forcing me to abandon coffee. As of Aug 1, (yes, 2 days ago), I only have coffee if I'm tired and need to drive. Otherwise, tea, which has half the caffeine or herbal tea, which has none. My cough is gone today, so clearly it's working, but I will miss my mocha coffee.

While I'm posting, I see below on the 'possibly related threads' that Supersleeper posted over a year ago that a study says coffee is good for your eyes. Nope. Didn't work. Another says, 'Increased coffee consumption reduces risk of diabetes'. I missed the boat on that too. Finally, 'coffee is number one source of antioxidants'. I had cancer last year. So, I don't even have that justification, dang it. It's ok, I only drank tea before I moved here, but couldn't get a decent cup here, so had to switch to coffee. Now the habit is ingrained and I'll just have to learn a new habit.
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(08-02-2015, 03:56 PM)GrammaBear Wrote:
(08-02-2015, 10:29 AM)me50 Wrote: well, I got info that Fresh n Easy, 2 locations were going out of business so we headed over to check it out.

Most of the organic foods were gone but we did find some that we use and walked out with a $25 bill for $50 worth of food.

One of the items that we bought were 2 bags of organic coffee. I am drinking it now and it is really good and no need for sweetner, creamer of any kind. Not only does it taste great but there are no pesticides, preservatives, etc. in it.

Just thought I would share.

What is the brand of the organic coffee you are enjoying? I'm amazed that it requires no creamer.

Organic coffee for the most part is coffee minus pesticides and other bad things.

All I can tell you is that it is packaged for Fresh n Easy (I really never liked this store but at 50% off....). It is 100% Organic French Roast (Dark) and says Direct Trade Coffee with a description of Smoky and Intense Full Bodied with buttery notes and an intense smoky flavor. Then on the side of the bag it says 100% Arabica Coffee Artisan Roasted.

when we bought coffee that was not organic, I usually put sweetener or creamer in it but not this organic coffee. Maybe it is just that I have gotten used to organic foods.

YMMV. CoffeeCoffeeCoffeeCoffee
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(08-03-2015, 04:02 PM)Mosquitobait Wrote: Sounds great ME50. I'm envious. Alas, my GERD is also forcing me to abandon coffee. As of Aug 1, (yes, 2 days ago), I only have coffee if I'm tired and need to drive. Otherwise, tea, which has half the caffeine or herbal tea, which has none. My cough is gone today, so clearly it's working, but I will miss my mocha coffee.

While I'm posting, I see below on the 'possibly related threads' that Supersleeper posted over a year ago that a study says coffee is good for your eyes. Nope. Didn't work. Another says, 'Increased coffee consumption reduces risk of diabetes'. I missed the boat on that too. Finally, 'coffee is number one source of antioxidants'. I had cancer last year. So, I don't even have that justification, dang it. It's ok, I only drank tea before I moved here, but couldn't get a decent cup here, so had to switch to coffee. Now the habit is ingrained and I'll just have to learn a new habit.

Maybe you can try organic decaf or organic if you want caffeine. Maybe, just maybe, it could be the pesticides in the regular stuff that is causing the gerd to hit you. can't hurt to try it and see
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(08-03-2015, 04:22 PM)me50 Wrote: Maybe you can try organic decaf or organic if you want caffeine. Maybe, just maybe, it could be the pesticides in the regular stuff that is causing the gerd to hit you. can't hurt to try it and see

Decaf gives me belly upset, but I'll look into the regular organic coffee. Thanks for the tip.

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if decaf coffee messes with your gut I would suggest you buy a sample package first because chances are coffee that has caffeine in it will probably mess with your gut worse than decaf will

it is possible though that if you try the organic neither one of them will bother you because the pesticides are not in the organic coffee you'll just have to try it and see
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#10
I'm hooked on Gevalia, either whole bean or ground. I alternate between the Traditional Roast and their House Blend, never need to add sugar. I only use sugar in the bad stuff you get a fast food places and gas stations. I dread the day when I can't have a shot of caffeine in the morning!

Jeff
Sleep is worth the effort.
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