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Home and Catering Brewing of Coffee

  • G. Pictet
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Abstract

The proportion of food products and beverages offered to the consumer that are prepared on an industrial scale is increasing. However, in certain cases a significant part of the preparation involving various operations is still carried out domestically, or on a small scale. The precise conditions in these operations, as well as the equipment used, can be very important, and a certain skill or know-how may also be valuable.

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Extraction Yield Ground Coffee Roasted Coffee Coffee Brew Solid Constituent 
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  1. 1.Linor—Food Development CentreNestec LtdOrbeSwitzerland

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