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Eggs & Coffee Are In, Added Sugars Are Out. Eat more plants, less red and processed meat, and don’t worry so much about dietary cholesterol. These are just a few of the recommendations this week from the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, a group of 14 nationally recognized experts in the fields of nutrition, medicine and public health. The panel doesn’t give a specific recommendation for how much cholesterol — or eggs — a person may eat. Sugar.

Added sugars should be around 200 calories a. Coffee and eggs are definitely back in after years of being unfashionable. Added sugars and meats are decidedly out. The committee even went so far as to suggest a tax on sugary foods.

The enduring stalwarts of dietary fashion are fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. LaPook added, “There’s never a free lunch or dinner. Because it turns out the foods that are high in cholesterol are also high in other bad things like saturated fats, trans fats, refined sugars. Coffee’s in, sugar’s out, eggs are back in new dietary report. An advisory panel says Americans should stick to the basics: Whole grains, fruit and vegetables, and lean, unprocessed meat.

Healthful diet report: Sugary drinks out; coffee, eggs in. An extra cup or two of coffee may be OK after all. Healthful diet report: Sugary drinks out; coffee, eggs in. WATCH THE ADDED SUGAR.

Added sugars should be around 200 calories a day — about the amount in one 16-ounce sugary drink, says the. Like so many great ideas, egg coffee was a technique born out of necessity. Lousy water, weak coffee, and long day of work meant the Scandinavian immigrants of Northern Minnesota had. For a typical serving size of 1 cup, sifted (or 85 g) the amount of Sugar is 0.26 g. Top five an egg products high in sugar. Below is a summary list for the top five an egg items ranked by the amount or level of sugar.

Egg shells are alkaline, while coffee is acidic. When added to coffee, the egg shells remove much of the bitterness and mellow out the flavor. Egg shells are also used in making campfire coffee – boiling loose grounds in a pot of water – because the shells help keep the grounds in the bottom of the pot.

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This coffee maybe made still more nutritious by the addition of an egg well beaten, and put into the coffee-cup.

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by Isabella Beeton, Mrs. Beeton (Isabella Mary)
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The early addition of sugar causes less intermolecular bonding of the egg proteins than would occur in the absence of sugar.

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Eggs have 0 grams of sugar and 0 carbohydrates so no need to worry about eggs sending glucose soaring.

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The white of eggs, and even egg shells are good to settle coffee.

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by Lydia Maria Child
Applewood Books, 1833

When the 10 minutes are up, pour a small amount of the coffee mixture into the egg mixture, whisking constantly.

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by Lois Levine, Marian Burros
Simon & Schuster, 2008

Next the coffee-egg mixture is poured into the boiling water and stirred.

“Culinary Tourism” by Lucy M. Long
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by Lucy M. Long
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Some people call this egg coffee.

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by John Egerton, Ann Bleidt Egerton
University of North Carolina Press, 1993

Coffee made with an egg has a rich flavor which egg alone can give.

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by Fannie Merritt Farmer
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Most of the sugar must be added after the eggs have become foamy and should be added gradually.

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by Cook’s Illustrated
America’s Test Kitchen, 2012

Beat the yolk with the sugar until creamy, gradually adding cold and well strained coffee essence.

“Romanian Cookbook” by Community Center Romanian, Romanian Community Center of Sacramento
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by Community Center Romanian, Romanian Community Center of Sacramento
Reflection Pub., 2010

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  • Was this video helpful or informative for you? Is there anything worth mentioning on this topic that you think we missed? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! ��

  • I have just eaten a bowl of old fashioned oats. I’ll check my sugar in an hour but i have heard that oats are loaded with sugar unlike the popular believe that they dont

  • It will never cease to amaze me how people can believe man made is better than naturally grown sugar It is mans greed to make money that fractures make sugar as they do not pay the farmer who grow it

  • What if to watch number of calories??? More sugars will have more calories… Dont you think so??? And if some sort of sugars have less to no calories then less to nothing to worry… This is my strategy… Is it a right strategy???

  • I have type 1 diabetes and am vegan, every day i have oat milk in my coffee and its (shock) totally fine on my blood sugar but the last time i had regular coke it literally spiked my blood so high that i had to go into the ER. If that doesn’t say it all idk what will hahahaha

  • I’m sure these imitation coffees made with wheat, chickory, dandelion, etc. were not only used to replace coffee, but to stretch your supply of relatively more expensive imported coffee with something foraged from outside your door.

  • i just don’t get why you need to put oil in plants milk in the first place.
    I buy soy milk which is water and soy that’s it and it gets. creamy and everything, so i always wondered why even buy the barista version (also never had problems with other types of plant milk)

  • Ok. I’m willing to try this, but I’m not in a rush. And I think I would have to have my regular black (like my soul) coffee ready as a chaser. Boy am I glad I have real coffee. Thank you for he video.

  • I think its important to note that oatmilk has more calories than the unsweetened almond milk I was drinking before. A week later and I found out why my weight loss journey hit a wall. ��‍♀️ Not all non-dairy substitutes are created equal.

  • Interesting how Asian countries often also have roasted grain teas. I wonder if the Americans ever tried roasted corn like the Koreans.

  • Oatley definitely tastes good but I wish they didn’t use Canola (rapeseed). Canola was bred for a lower “erucic acid” content but it still has it in it. That being said “so delicious” oatmilk creamer blows oatly out of the water and it It uses sunflower oil instead of cheap Canola (yuk).

  • I just made the first one with unsweetened vanilla almond milk and warmed the milk up…so delicious! Thanks so much for this video!!!

  • A spoonful of barley and chicory in hot water, half mug, fill mug to the top with oatly and a large spoon of honey. �� you will never drink sweet coffee again.

  • Very interesting video! One classic coffee substitute is chicory root roasted til dark, then ground and brewed. Chicory, with its blue flowers, grows wild by many roadsides. An American name for this is confederate coffee (as only the Yankees could get real coffee). Chicory tastes and smells quite coffee like, just no caffeine.

  • This is pretty neat. When I was studying the civil war back in school we learned how to make it out of acorns. Wasn’t my cup of tea, or coffee for that matter but neat to learn.

  • I just enjoyed a glass of non-vegan cows milk and gotta say… It’s delicious.

    But seriously I’m not even a vegan and this popped up in my feed randomly so decided to watch

  • Seems very suspicious to not have the data at 9:10??? I’m lactose intolerant so won’t be going back to milk, though.
    I drink Oatly (in the UK), but when possible I make my own milk from pumpkin seeds and hemp seeds which I’d highly recommend!

  • you look so good clean shaven!! amazing. and nice job on the thoroughness of this video. so are these people who wrote these ridiculous articles some how linked to the dairy industry? sounds like it to me.

  • Could you please try Sourdough Bread and check if it has any effect on Blood Sugar. I am diabetic, we don’t get Sourdough here where I Live bit if it works I can make one.

  • I only buy unsweetened because the sweetened plant milks have a good amount of added sugar. But still, it’s usually less sugar than soda.

  • I stopped eating cereals for years as I didn’t find any good vegan milk and now I’m obsessed with Oatmilk. They deserve the success. I guess the diary industry it’s going nuts as even non-vegans stopped drinking milk as it tastes and makes you feel terrible.

  • Lol..love the music! I did not know that you could make that hot so. I will be doing that in the morning! I’m a hot coffee girl..lol Thanks!!

  • The difference is negliable, Once any carbohydrate source hits your blood it’s all the same.

    Whole……… refined……..it makes bugger all diff worth getting excited about.

  • I try to remain objective but all his smirking and sassy unfunny remarks and overall arrogant attitude kills it. I like to see the results of some of these tests but he always has this “well I told you so haha I’m so smart” way about him. While pretending to remain objective lol okay dude

  • Oatly is worse than coke. Coke is a beverage you might drink as a treat once a week. Vegan imbeciles drink Oatly by the gallon. It’s toxic processed muck! You’d need to be a vegan moron to consider even consuming it.

  • Someone I watched said use 2tsp coffee to 2 tbps sugar and 2 tbsp hot water makes less bitter or
    1tps coffee to 1 tbps coffee and 1 tbps hot water less bitter

  • It looks delicious and I love all your videos I’ve been watching for a very very long time and you never disappoint however I am curious to know that with the wheat berries that you’re using instead of actual coffee is there any caffeine content or do you get that coffee buzz from this particular top of Wheat Berry thank you so much for taking the time to read my question have a wonderful day

  • Drinking oat milk? That’s the best way to increase one’s phytic acid intake. Oat contains so much phytic acid that even when you soak it for 20 hours it contains a huge amount that interferes with the absorption of essential minerals, such as iron, calcium, zinc, etc….Yeah, difficult to believe, uh? That fiber rich stuff called oats is actually one of the most powerful way to not absorb minerals.

  • Homebrewers use many grades of roasted barley for color and flavor additions.
    If you’ve ever had a stout, like Guiness, and thought it tasted like coffee it’s due to roasted barley.

  • I am a very testing/experimenting sort of person. I always want to do new different things to c what comes out, and this was a good ����������one.

  • Hate to break it to you, but there is a strong chance you are diabetic
    Having a blood glucose of 175 an hour after a single can of coke is not normal. Someone with acceptable health would peak in the 130-140s, after an hour like 110-120s.
    You should talk to your doctor about this.

  • @micthevegan next time get a freestyle libre or equivalent CGM. It will plot the grafs for you, you don`t have to prick yourself at all and it might even be cheaper.
    Great video!

  • I’m commenting 1:30 in and i’m guessing oatly is damaging since it’s a refined food devoid of its beneficial fiber. It’s not a healthful food, just a vegan alternative to cow’s milk.

  • I love your informative vlogs but I don’t think much of non dairy milks in general same deal as milk can’t find one without added… everything. I make vegan Irish soda bread once in a while and use it there I totally get you but as a civilian if I can call my vegan self… ok sorry for extraneous ramble but… I LOVE Avantgarde Vegan 3 star Michelin vegan website his food is incredible on a daily basis I do rotate stuff depending on the season keep in touch with cronometer but… not a big fan of fake this and that = like most people grew up with meat but was lucky middle and south European food meat not a brilliant childhood memory perhaps. Keep up the good work; you have enough knowledge for a doctorate if you don’t have one yeah or nay real knowledge.

  • I’d be interested in comparisons between different unsweetened vegan milkscashew, almond, soy, oat, pea, coconut, (not canned coconut milkthe ones like Silk in cartons).

  • I think its important to note that oatmilk has more calories than the unsweetened almond milk I was drinking before. A week later and I found out why my weight loss journey hit a wall. ��‍♀️ Not all non-dairy substitutes are created equal.

  • Could you please speak a little slower? I’m not a native English speaker but yout content is wonderful and not only I like it very much, but also I would like to send it to some people I know, but it is impossible due to the fact that you speak really fast… And yeah, I know that it is possible to put it in a lower speed, but it is definetly not the same as watching it normally. Thanks!

  • I like this. Its much better than some of the earlier material I’ve seen. Props for actually using a BGM, and stay strong with your diabetes.

    Oh, and do note that Cows milks effects include getting enough vitamin B-12 and choline: nutrients you don’t get enough from vegan diet.

  • Does anyone know if Oatly really stopped selling their residue to pig farmers? This is from Nov. 2018: https://www.plantbasednews.org/culture/vegan-oatly-stop-selling-oat-residue-pig-farm

  • I won’t drink either… too much sugar in both. Interesting to see Mic the Vegan twist himself into knots defending Oatly. Saying sugar produced in the digesting process isn’t added sugar is like saying the high fructose corn syrup isn’t sugar because it’s gets its sugar when it is processed from corn. He should compare fat free Oatly to Diet Coke too as he laughed at the comment because of oil content since people could get Oatly Fat Free. The funniest was when he went to serving size LOL don’t mega food companies do that? Also here is what I found on the Oatly website on nutrition:Nutritional value
    Nutrition information per 100 ml:
    Energy 193 kJ/46 kcal
    Fat 1.5 g
    of which saturated 0.2 g
    Carbohydrates 6.7 g
    of which sugars 4.1 g*
    Fiber 0.8 g
    Protein 1.0 g
    Salt 0.10 g
    Vitamin D 1.5 µg (30%**)
    Riboflavin 0.21 mg (15%**)
    Vitamin B12 0.38 µg (15%**)
    Calcium 120 mg (15%**) Different than what he mentioned. Higher calories and lower fiber.

  • I am late for this but I have a question. I am 59 years old and just 5 weeks into vegan lifestyle. I have always had terrible cravings; sugar, sweets, salty snacks, milk etc. I haven’t had one craving since I started eating WFPB. Why not? It’s not problem it’s great. But how?

  • Well. I’m trying a cup as I am re watching this. Smells very much like coffee, doesnt taste much like it, but I will try a different brewing method next time

  • I have a question…. what if we don’t take so much water? Wouldnt the coffee be a bit more concentrated, and easier to evaporate?

  • Aside from being an interesting look at history, these recipes might come in handy if the infrastructure goes to pot and things like coffee and avocados and sugar become scarce. Trust me, if you think it’s bad when you run out of toilet paper, running out of coffee is worse!

  • That kind of kofe like drink is still very popular here in Poland. Its made of roasted grains of rye, wheat or barley, and sometimes also from dandelion root, sugar beet or chicory and even acorns.

  • Ummm where I live in Canada instant coffee is like everything. Or is my dad just to lazy to teach me how to work out coffee machine!!!��

    (I love ur machine from the 70’s ����)

  • In some times, they had something called Hardtack, which is water and flour mixed together. If you were to take a bite, you could break your teeth (seriously). The only way you could have eaten it, was by dunking it in coffee to make it softer, and actually chewable.

  • No wonder the ancient Ethiopians found a way to taste roasted coffee beans. Sometimes they would toss the beans after chewing the fruit, and then they would smell that wonderful coffee aroma. Coffee has a unique aroma and taste, it’s virtually impossible to reproduce it. Coffee is coffee, the other stuff they call imitation coffee is something else.

  • Fake coffee made from dandelion roots, barley, wheat, acorns, hazelnuts is available in Europe quite easily though it’s popularity depends on the country

  • I don’t understand why you’re trying to make this more complicated. It’s simple and easy: equal parts instant coffee, water and sugar. Has instant coffee suddenly become scarce? Harder to get than xanthan gum? Were you trying to make it better? And when you couldn’t improve it you labelled the video accordingly.

  • Hi, Jon! Speaking as a vegan, I was wondering if there were any items that were used as meat substitutes in the 18th century, since I know that meat wasn’t always available. ��

  • I sure enjoy your channel, You make learning about history fun. The older I get the more interested I am in the past. Thank you for keeping it alive.

  • Thank you, John, for another interesting video.
    Coffee was scarce in the South during the Civil War. This was one solution:
    “Luckily, there was one surefire way for Southern folk to get their coffee by making peace with the Union. Soldiers on the front lines often called informal truces so Rebels could swap tobacco for Yankee coffee and then dash back to their camps before they were reported missing,” https://www.cnn.com/2007/LIVING/wayoflife/10/29/mf.coffee.confederacy/

  • There used to be a similar great product called Postum, which some of you will remember. They brought it back briefly but I think it’s no longer available.

  • The right word isn’t imitation,it’s substitute. imitations look to mimic, substitutes are simply replacements for,because you can’t afford or can’t get the proper ingredients. Love your videos and the touch of histroy to our food experience!

  • Hippies & vegans may generally be a downer… But you can count on them to have wheat berries!

    Aaanyways, if you haven’t already, you really should try Turkish/Greek style coffee! Ahh, but only if it’s contemporary enough for your channel:)

  • When I was a kid, we would add a little bit of egg shell to our boiled coffee, it takes the edge off the bitter. I wonder if that would work for the imitation kind too?

  • Oatley definitely tastes good but I wish they didn’t use Canola (rapeseed). Canola was bred for a lower “erucic acid” content but it still has it in it. That being said “so delicious” oatmilk creamer blows oatly out of the water and it It uses sunflower oil instead of cheap Canola (yuk).

  • We drink a chicory version in Central Europe. The improved version we call melta is actually pretty tasty and it’s supposed to be healthy, or something:) Wiki says that people used to drink it during the Napoleonic wars and other times when coffee was scarce.

  • This is pretty neat. When I was studying the civil war back in school we learned how to make it out of acorns. Wasn’t my cup of tea, or coffee for that matter but neat to learn.

  • I don’t follow a keto diet because my primary focus is health and longevity, but I really don’t like the original dalgona recipe because it’s too sweet and I was trying to find out if it was possible to get that delicious consistency without sugar ❤️
    I will definitely try this

  • Seriously man….. Be watching for a long time and you didn’t even finish your video befit cutting it off….. Content great… But ending the video not so much….

  • I’m sure these imitation coffees made with wheat, chickory, dandelion, etc. were not only used to replace coffee, but to stretch your supply of relatively more expensive imported coffee with something foraged from outside your door.

  • Interesting how Asian countries often also have roasted grain teas. I wonder if the Americans ever tried roasted corn like the Koreans.

  • Fake coffee made from dandelion roots, barley, wheat, acorns, hazelnuts is available in Europe quite easily though it’s popularity depends on the country

  • Your videos are always enjoyable and informative!
    I get a very relaxed feeling when I watch. The simplicity of the 18th century is very alluring. I look forward to trying to put together some gear of my own and do a little bit of camping 1700’s style!
    KEEP UP THE EXCELLENT WORK!!

  • In Finland during The ww2 we made coffee imitation by drying and roasting dandelion roots(I’m pretty sure it was common in other countries too)

  • Very interesting video! One classic coffee substitute is chicory root roasted til dark, then ground and brewed. Chicory, with its blue flowers, grows wild by many roadsides. An American name for this is confederate coffee (as only the Yankees could get real coffee). Chicory tastes and smells quite coffee like, just no caffeine.

  • Ok. Cool. I just watched an Italian chef do the exact same thing with barley. Nothing new under the sun! But definitely going to try both. I need to drink less coffee and even though it doesn’t get truly cold here in the winter, it does chill enough to stop drinking my coffee over ice, and when it’s colder, I want to drink it all day, no way. I need my sleep! Thanks much!! So cool!!

  • Apparently you are too popular to respond to comments. Still, i want to say I’m an American history buff and find your videos fascinating.

  • When I lived in South Louisiana I became familiar with the idea of mixing chicory with coffee. I was told that the practice dated back to French New Orleans, which would be the 17th century or before. I now wonder if the same coffee crisis which inspired the use of wheat berries in New England would have inspired the use of chicory in New Orleans. Anyway, the chicory flavor became popular in its own right, and as coffee became available again it was often mixed with the chicory to produce a hybrid that has a very appealing flavor. The product never fell out of favor in Louisiana and is still available today, in most New Orleans coffee shops and in grocery stores all over the Deep South.

  • Hippies & vegans may generally be a downer… But you can count on them to have wheat berries!

    Aaanyways, if you haven’t already, you really should try Turkish/Greek style coffee! Ahh, but only if it’s contemporary enough for your channel:)

  • Ok. I’m willing to try this, but I’m not in a rush. And I think I would have to have my regular black (like my soul) coffee ready as a chaser. Boy am I glad I have real coffee. Thank you for he video.

  • Dandelion and Chicory roots roasted were common substitutes, especially chicory roots. Both of which are common “weeds” here in No. California. Chicory was also used as a substitute for chocolate. Blessings