Does anyone eat coffee grounds?

Does anyone eat coffee grounds?

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  1. You most definitely can eat coffee grounds, and some experts believe they are packed with antioxidants. In college, some of my buddies would pack coffee grounds into their bottom lip (like chewing tobacco) to gain extra energy while study.
    So, while you definitely can eat coffee grounds, they taste awful (in most people’s opinions).

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  2. I sometimes sprinkle them over ice cream or stir them into yogurt. Also in Israel we sometimes drink Turkish coffee, which has the “mud” in the bottom of the cup. Yummy!

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  3. Not before or after your daily Prozac.
    Why would you eat coffee grounds??
    Well…some people eat egg shells,fruit peels and
    tea bags…why not coffee grounds? we live in
    a world where common sense is completely lost so…
    Have it your way!!

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  4. Yes, coffee grounds can be an edible spice and seasoning blends.

    Does anyone eat coffee grounds?

    Coffee not only blesses your great mind with caffeine goodness but also works as an incredible seasoning or rub for almost every type of meat. If you have a bit of extra brewed granules lying around? You can spice up the flavor of pretty much everything.
    The motivation behind why coffee is awesome for BBQ, regardless of whether ground or prepared, it acts like a zest. Like any zest, coffee granules work best matched with different flavors. Adding grounds of coffee to a BBQ rub will highlight the flavor of the meat and while you cook, the grounds will caramelize making a sweet and appetizing hull that seals in the dampness of the meat. In BBQ terms, we call that covering the bark.
    It not only enhances the flavor but also acts as a meat tenderizer. The reason coffee kneads so well isn’t a direct result of the corrosive level in it. Rather, it’s the regular catalysts of the coffee that do the softening work.

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  5. Yes. I don’t personally know anyone else who does this, but I have been eating my used coffee grounds for almost half a decade now. I’ve also encountered a blogger before who dried her used coffee grounds and added them to oatmeal cookies for additional texture and flavour.
    If you get good quality beans that are properly roasted, they don’t taste bitter at all. Just be sure to gargle with water, brush an hour after eating them and floss regularly because they are very likely to stain teeth.

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  6. I’ve never tried it, but I see some people who have eaten it. That’s right. Coffee grounds are edible. Most people assume that coffee grounds are just waste products. After all, what could be more disgusting than chomping on a few grounds left over from your morning joe?
    But, in some odd and surprising ways, coffee grounds can benefit your health.
    The first thing to know is that coffee grounds are high in antioxidants. This is because the beans themselves contain antioxidant compounds like polyphenols. When these compounds are ground up and brewed as coffee, they become more accessible to the body.
    Another benefit of drinking coffee grounds is that they help regulate blood sugar levels. Because caffeine is a diuretic, it can help flush out excess water and help regulate blood sugar levels by preventing spikes and dips.
    Finally, coffee grounds can also help boost the immune system.
    So if you want to try a new way to consume your caffeine other than drinking it, you can try to eat its source directly and share your experience!
    Best of luck!

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  7. I have been getting this crazy cravings for cooffe grounds the whole ones. I get this strong urges throughout my day. I have to get home and eat about 4 spoons full. I have no idea why this is happening. I googled and it says it may be due to low iron. So I went to get blood work. We will see.

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