"Uncommon Grounds"

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"Uncommon Grounds"

Postby DecafMom » 29 Aug 2010, 22:17

I have to admit I haven't read this book, but I LOVE the title! Has anyone read it? Is it worth finding it and picking it up somewhere?
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby killer666 » 30 Aug 2010, 00:24

I don't read! but If you want I found for you this book free http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=99868887
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby driven » 30 Aug 2010, 10:56

Hey thank you so much for the link! I am going to go and give that a read and let you all know what I think.
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby SanchoPancho » 01 Sep 2010, 02:58

there is another book! you can dowload it http://depositfiles.com/files/ux75x59qu
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby jesse » 01 Sep 2010, 06:19

The title sounds very intriguing. I've read it is about coffee and various unknown facts which showed how much coffee influenced our world, in fact, without us knowing that.
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby Mulderr » 05 Sep 2010, 17:13

There is a very rich history about the influences coffee has had in the world. Back before they had the brewing techniques down pat, they simply chewed on the beans to get their "fix". I think this was in South America.
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby jennyffer777 » 06 Sep 2010, 04:32

Mulderr wrote:There is a very rich history about the influences coffee has had in the world. Back before they had the brewing techniques down pat, they simply chewed on the beans to get their "fix". I think this was in South America.

I saw a TV show on Discovery about some Latin American tribe somewhere deep in the interior - they were making beer by chewing something (don't remember what). So I guess traditions are still alive and chewing was the only true and tested method of making a drink. Maybe we should try,it should work :d
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby JavaJunkie » 11 Mar 2011, 06:02

I've seen chocolate covered espresso beans before. The problem is... they seem to be a dentist's dream as the beans are quite hard to crack. So I guess if you have super hard teeth you can go for it.
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby LucyCB » 06 Aug 2012, 06:48

"Uncommon Grounds". hmmm, so metaphoric... I should read it!
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Re: "Uncommon Grounds"

Postby PepetheCoffeeManiac » 17 Apr 2013, 05:20

Seems like an interesting one!
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