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    Bulletproof Coffee?

    Ok, I have scoured the forum here, and this is actually something new to me..

    Has anyone here ever heard of bulletproof coffee?

    I guess it's where they put butter or coconut oil in the coffee?

    Anyone here ever tried it, or have more information on it? I did a search online, but all I find are tidbits and nothing that really explains the benefits, or is intelligible which isn't laced with 10,000 affiliate links to some brand or other of "super coffee".

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    What? lol, what a name......I really thought it was something that makes you bulletproof while you are drinking that coffee. lol.......
    On a serious note though, I haven't heard about this "bulletproof coffee" before. This is something I am hearing for the very first time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by btreath9082 View Post
    What? lol, what a name......I really thought it was something that makes you bulletproof while you are drinking that coffee. lol.......
    On a serious note though, I haven't heard about this "bulletproof coffee" before. This is something I am hearing for the very first time.


    Me too... Apparently it's quite a bit "crazy" but I hadn't ever heard of it before... It was just something I happened to stumble across on my journeys across the net...

    I'm not too keen in sticking a stick of butter into my coffee, my diet takes enough blows as it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyMugsHalfFull View Post
    Me too... Apparently it's quite a bit "crazy" but I hadn't ever heard of it before... It was just something I happened to stumble across on my journeys across the net...

    I'm not too keen in sticking a stick of butter into my coffee, my diet takes enough blows as it is!
    OMG, yes I did properly conduct a research on the "bullet proof coffee" on the coffee and came across it. However, I still don't like the idea of its name. I mean, a food product is a food product after all and an arsenal product is an arsenal product. The name doesn't give a sweet title to the coffee.

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    This sounded so ridiculous when I heard it that I just had to try it. I just had my first "bullet proof coffee" for breakfast: 24 oz drip arabian mocha coffee with 2/3 stick butter and 2 tbsp coconut oil. I suppose the exact recipe calls for MCT oil which is a constituent of coconut oil, but I had coconut oil handy.

    Absolutely delicious and energizing. I typically drink my coffee/espresso straight, but the creamy texture that you get from this mixture is very enjoyable. It almost tastes a little sweet. In spite of the silly name, I enjoyed it. The original recipe appears to act like you have to have some extra special coffee, but any organic beans you can find will probably do just as well.

 

 

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