Eh, this looks like a fine enough deal for coffee. But, as a matter of principle, I refuse to buy coffee being sold in 10oz bags. FFS, we used to fit a whole pound in each bag! Shrinkflation has gotta be at least a tiny bit responsible for the Pacific garbage patch.
I don’t need you to tell me how fuckin’ good my coffee is, okay? I’m the one who buys it. I know how good it is. When Bonnie goes shopping, she buys shit. I buy the gourmet expensive stuff ’cause when I drink it, I wanna taste it.
@Thumperchick I’m guessing I’m one of the lucky ones because I don’t think I got the email you mentioned. But I wanted to say, thank you all for your transparency and being upfront about it. Makes me not nearly as regretful of my buying decisions at meh, contrary to what the new order window says when I place an order!
@cengland0 likely derived from lanolin( sheep wool). I guess that is animal based but sounds pretty vegan like to me. I think mushrooms and other plants could be used as well but that might be more common for d2?
@qazxto Thanks but not knowing makes it a no-go for me. As a vegetarian, I need B12 and D3 supplements. B12 supplements are generally synthetic and D3 are usually from some kind of animal (but not always).
According to a study from Harvard: “Few foods are naturally rich in vitamin D3. The best sources are the flesh of fatty fish and fish liver oils. Smaller amounts are found in egg yolks, cheese, and beef liver.”
Maybe you could get some from sheep wool but that doesn’t appear to be the most common way.
@cengland0@qazxto indeed lanolin is the most common source for commercially prepared D3 supplements. And are you a vegan or vegetarian (you mentioned both)? Because, as you know, there is a difference between them, and that would affect the decision of VitD source. Either way, here’s an article I thought you might find interesting. Cheers to sunshine!
@hchavers Ah, they added caffeine somehow. I’m unclear how effectively that can get extracted to the finished cup, but if anybody has a more informed take on green coffee extract added to grounds I’m all ears.
Man, writers, you need to do some research. Lambo’s are basically the old Italian man’s dream car. Ferrari, yea? BTW, my brother’s (not mine, fuck Elon musk) that is currently resale value of about 40k can beat all but the best supercars off the line. Do you even car?
@stolicat I already use twice as much grounds as most people. At least I think so…I use twice as much as my in-laws and my mom. And if I use any more grounds in my drip coffee maker, for a full pot the grounds will “leak” over the filter into my coffee.
@ircon96@stolicat Oops. .Oh. Well. It was early (while I don’t feed my cats caffeine they sometimes act like I have starting at about 5am) and I didn’t read well. All I did was google drinks with the most caffeine.