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c1arcy joined on Aug 16th, 2018, since that has made 36 posts that are still accessible today, 2 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, c1arcy has given 39 upvotes, and was last online on Feb 25th, 2019.
I'm super relaxed since I have one of my essays now out the way and I'm listening to childish gambino, my musical crush
I'd have photos from Germany but they aren't on my phone rip
these are amazing
ADVERTISEMENT: LOOKING FOR OTHERS THAT ARE VEGGIES OR VEGANS
Well, point of this thread is I wanna see how many of us here are non-meat eaters and how long they have been?
Just to raise a discussion about it basically.
How long have you been veggie/vegan What made you decide to stop eating meat Do you have any good veggie meal ideas
this gets me through the day
Welp, I have an essay due in two days time so I'm going to procrastinate on this thread while I can.
Hello! I'm the resident trained barista looking for other baristas as well
(I find it amusing that there isn't more baristas on here since it's a pretty basic job.)
I've been a barista part-time whilst at uni for over 3 years now, I have worked in a lot of chains so I've learned a lot of do's and don'ts within the trade here. Worked in places such as Costa, Starbucks, Independent Coffee shops, 5 star hotels, 4 star hotels, y'know all that jazz. I have to say that I'm passionate about coffee and getting it right since overall I am a perfectionist.
I'd say always support your local coffee businesses more than the bigger chains, you'll find more passionate people within local shops about coffee than those for bigger corporations and it's always nice to support local businesses.
Every year I go to a coffee festival in Glasgow, I'd recommend you going along to one near you. Even if you aren't a barista it can be very insightful just to see the different variations of coffee that you can get, this also includes teas as well.
I think the biggest game changer right now is oat milk for those that can't drink milk or choose not to since it foams a lot of better and compliments coffee with a creamier texture than soya does. Soya is more difficult to foam without burning and you end up with a lot of air sometimes.www.glasgowcoffeefestival.com/
If you have any questions go ahead and ask away.
@shafnat I don't really have time to take coffee pictures at work rip
As a trained barista this thread hurts me
that coffee milk has been steamed too much causing for the bubbles to arise. Why is this a good coffee?
the best kind of ventilation is your nose, do you know my nose (and your nose too) can vent the heat going into ur body and acts like an AC or a heater. Mad how we vent all the time unaware of our bodily functions