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Grass-Fed Butter Coffee!!!

WHaaaaat?

What do you guys think of this?!



I'm not a huge coffee drinker, but I know LOTS of permies are. and I know LOTS of permies like butter and believe in the benefits of butter!.

Grass Fed Coffee is smooth, creamy, delicious Butter Coffee combining cold brew coffee, grass fed butter, MCT oil, and organic chicory






Click Here to Contribute and Get some GrassFed Butter Coffee!
 
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I tried something similar from Onnit.com, "Bulletproof Coffee" which they sell with MCT oil and a recommendation for gf butter.... it was like a nootropic in itself, all the good parts of caffeine with almost no side effects....

However, its damn expensive.
 
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I have a bulletproof coffee every day for breakfast. Good coffee, grassfed butter, coconut oil, and a big pinch of real salt. That is it for breakfast, maybe a handful of nuts mid morning if I am working and actually hungry but usually not.
 
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The product sounds like a great way to get people to pay a lot for something they can make at home much cheaper. But I do think there are enough anecdotes out there along with enough plausibility on the science part to make trying this yourself a worthwhile experiment.

I've tried adding butter to my morning coffee, and while it hasn't produced a big noticeable difference it seems like it helps a little. I would guess it helps people who don't normally get enough fat in their diet the most. I haven't tried it with coconut oil yet, so that's another experiment to do for me.
 
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Well, i've been trying the bullet proof coffee, with coconut oil, unsalted butter and a little stevia for a fortnight now.

Didn't bother with their 'special' coffee/mct oil. As the mycotoxin issue is null really with organic coffee, the stevia I grew myself.

Combined with not eating between 8pm-12pm (to align with intermittent fasting, and switch to fat burning) has had a few noticeable effects.

i have had a few cleansing symptoms with it: spots, mild headache, occasional nausea if I don't drink enough water. usual for not eating as much

Feel clearer and more energised in the morning.

has made me very conscious of what i eat in the 8 hour window, seeking very healthy foods.

Made it easy to cut out sugar consumption entirely, which i have been trying for the past year with limited success.

At the end of week 2, and willing to extend the trial for another two to see how I go.

Coffee used to make me feel jittery, but combined with the fats it seems to smooth that out and just boost!

oh, and did i mention it tastes great! Creamy but better than a latte.

Try it if your tempted, once you get over the idea of the butter.

Blending is a must!

A' the Best,
 
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David Kenyon wrote:Blending is a must!


I've never seen a good explanation of why that is. Can you explain, in basic English? I don't have a blender and have been using a spoon to stir it well. Also, I haven't tried the MCT yet so maybe that is what really needs the blending.

That's also one of the complaints that my friends who have tried Soylent have: that the additional prep and cleaning work negates a lot of the convenience factor.
 
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Well, I've lived in the Himalayas for a long time, where salted tea is the tradition, and often with butter in it. When I realized I was here for the long haul, I decided I'm just not gonna drink it if I don't like it. I still do when I'm a guest but I really don't ever think "Yeah, I could go for a cup of butter tea just now." Butter tea here either has homemade cows' butter of the type you all would approve of, or commercial Indian Butter like commercial butter everywhere. I've really only seen "rancid yak butter" on tea in travel adventure books, not in real life. Yak butter is pretty rare and precious when people do have it.
 
                      
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Butter in coffee is a good kickstarter fot the brain. The fats are great for the brain. And grass fed butter is of course the best! I'm glad to see a kickstarter product on it. Not sure how they keep it blended tho so probably still best to make you own. Coconut butter is also good and healthy.
 
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I have tried this and enjoy it...however my first love is cold brewed iced coffee. I tried to get butter to blend in and was completely unsuccessful! Chunks of butter floating in iced coffee are not appealing.
 
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We have "bulletproof" butter coffee every morning:

~2 cups hot coffee
~1-2 tablespoons grass-fed butter
~1-2 tbs coconut oil
~1 tsp maple syrup

Blend carefully in a pre-warmed blender, ending with a long buzz at high speed for a richly textured drink.


The blending is, as mentioned above, critical. For taste and texture as well as for emulsifying the fats for maximum digestibility.

Your product will, of course, vary with the quality of your ingredients. I find cold-brewed coffee works best for reducing stomach reactions. Gently heat it on the stove without boiling (melting the butter and oil in the pot at this stage will preserve some heat in the final drink).
 
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David Kenyon wrote:Well, i've been trying the bullet proof coffee, with coconut oil, unsalted butter and a little stevia for a fortnight now.

Didn't bother with their 'special' coffee/mct oil. As the mycotoxin issue is null really with organic coffee, the stevia I grew myself.

Combined with not eating between 8pm-12pm (to align with intermittent fasting, and switch to fat burning) has had a few noticeable effects.

i have had a few cleansing symptoms with it: spots, mild headache, occasional nausea if I don't drink enough water. usual for not eating as much

Feel clearer and more energised in the morning.

has made me very conscious of what i eat in the 8 hour window, seeking very healthy foods.

Made it easy to cut out sugar consumption entirely, which i have been trying for the past year with limited success.



So, you have this blended fat enriched coffee in the morning, but nothing else to eat until noon, and then you make sure you don't eat after 8pm either?

Hmmm, I wonder if I could do that. I stopped eating breakfast on work days because I found I could not resist at least some of the food in the office, but I tend to have a handful of mixed nuts (I buy the mixed nuts at Costco, and then mix in an equal quanitity of walnuts, so one jar of mixed nuts becomes two jars of omega three enhanced nuts) before noon on most days. Maybe if I had more fat in my coffee I could last longer. I just use whole milk.

Cutting sugar consumption is always a good idea!
 
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I really like mixing green tea and roasted mate. Brew it in 1 quart of water. Blend in 3 tbsp mct oil, 1 tbsp coconut oil, 2 tbsp unsalted kerrygold, and stevia. Really gets the gears turning for me. I don't think about food again until 1-2 in the afternoon. Then ill have a salad or hunk of protein or both. Makes life so much less complicated.
 
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Ron Helwig wrote:
David Kenyon wrote:Blending is a must!


I've never seen a good explanation of why that is. Can you explain, in basic English?


Its disgusting if you dont blend it, the fat just sits ontop of your coffee instead of being properly mixed.
 
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Luke Smith wrote:
Ron Helwig wrote:
David Kenyon wrote:Blending is a must!


I've never seen a good explanation of why that is. Can you explain, in basic English?


Its disgusting if you dont blend it, the fat just sits ontop of your coffee instead of being properly mixed.

Think of it as the healthy version of whipped cream
 
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David Kenyon wrote:Well, i've been trying the bullet proof coffee, with coconut oil, unsalted butter and a little stevia for a fortnight now.

Didn't bother with their 'special' coffee/mct oil. As the mycotoxin issue is null really with organic coffee, the stevia I grew myself.




I dont think it being organic makes any difference to its susceptibility to mycotoxins.

As far as Im aware mycotoxins come from the coffee being grown, stored and processed in sub optimal conditions. Apparently it has to be grown at altitude and then "wet processed". You also want single origin coffee as the "Blends" is just a clever marketing term for "we cant find enough coffee from the same farmer" so they mix it all up and then sell it to you at a premium when its really an inferior product.


The MCT oil is for an added ketogenic boost as MCT is generally pure caprilic acid which your liver can turn straight into ketones for energy. Coconut oil is only 40 to 60% mct.
 
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R Sumner wrote:We have "bulletproof" butter coffee every morning:

~2 cups hot coffee
~1-2 tablespoons grass-fed butter
~1-2 tbs coconut oil
~1 tsp maple syrup



If you eat carbs with bulletproof coffee or add it to it in the form of sugars you will be storing all of the fat as body fat instead of using it for energy.

the maple syrup is probably reducing the effect of the fat in the coffee. Your body wont use fat for energy if you have insulin in your bloodstream. Isulin in your bloodstream signals the body to store fat instead of using it for energy because it means that there is glucose which needs to used, stored and transported out of your bloodstream as high glucose levels are toxic.

Even though it has a medium GI index 54 you might do better with something like xylitol GI index of 12.

 
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My wife and I have been drinking bulletproof coffee for a couple of years now and we have noticed a massive improvement in clarity of thought and energy levels throughout the day.


As others have recommended, I wouldnt bother buying this ready made. Its just like making normal coffee except at the end you chuck it in a blender with some butter. In our case a lot of butter. We go through half a stick of butter just for breakfast between the two of us.

I have never been a coffee drinker because it gave me the jitters and made me nervous but the butter sorted that right out. I dont really like the taste of coffee so use it more as a supplement for its ketogenic effect.
 
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I had no idea you could buy it. Why would you? Bulletproof coffee is soooo easy to make, and fresh is almost always best. Plus, if it's homemade you can use the exact kind of coffee you want and the exact kind of fat you want, etc. To each his own, of course.
 
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I use a battery powered milk frother to blend mine. Way less messy than cleaning the blender.
 
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I had quit drinking coffee for more than a year and then started having a cup when visiting friends...
We live walking distance now from fresh organic beans so I bought a bag one day this week....now I find myself looking forward to a mid morning cup with a bit of coconut oil (after reading this thread) ...it's a slippery slope

We don't have butter around...I'm not sure I would like it as well as the coconut oil.
 
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I drink my own version of butter coffee every day and it's helped me drop almost 30 lbs in the last year (that and a very low carb, ketogenic diet).

I use:
1 TBSP of kerrygold salted butter
1 TBSP of MCT oil
1 tsp of (ahem) instant coffee (taster's choice)
1 tsp of erythritol
1 tsp of SF Torani syrup (like the kind they use at Starbucks)

If you're into intermittent fasting, this is really useful, particularly the MCT oil.
 
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So one addition I haven't seen so far that we've been doing for about a year is eggs.

Yup. Eggs.

In a 1 quart mason jar:
(measurement's are inexact)

1tbs butter
1tbs coconut oil
.5tbs blackstrap molasses
.5tbs honey
2 eggs
Dash of cinnamon or other spices
Stevia or monk fruit to taste

Fill the jar to the shoulder with coffee, if warm, use immersion blender to blend.

I pour into my hydroflask 32oz thermos and fill the rest if the way with whole raw milk. (Maybe half a cup or so)

Heat slowly in the mason jar (1 min on high at a time) to bring to desired temp, too long in the microwave and the eggs will cook out of solution. With slow heating the eggs will act as an emulsifier and hold the fats in solution all day. Pour the "coffee" back between your thermos, or blend to keep the eggs well "disolved" until cooked, then it will stay in solution. I usually drink this for breakfast and sip it throughout the day usually until early afternoon.

 
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And oh yeah, save the egg shells, rinsed and dried on the counter, and grind them with your coffee beans. Brew your coffee with them for a calcium boost and to reduce acidity of the coffee.
 
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Perhaps it's possible to make "bullet proof" tea also. I enjoy both my coffe and tea with zero sugar-zero gums coconut milk. We don't have access to either MCT or GF butter here in Mexico.
 
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A little bit of butter won't hurt you, but bulletproof coffee goes overboard.
 
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Jace McCown wrote:So one addition I haven't seen so far that we've been doing

Fill the jar to the shoulder with coffee, if warm, use immersion blender to blend.

Heat slowly in the mason jar (1 min on high at a time) to bring to desired temp, too long in the microwave and the eggs will cook out of solution. With slow heating the eggs will act as an emulsifier and hold the fats in solution all day. Pour the "coffee" back between your thermos, or blend to keep the eggs well "disolved" until cooked, then it will stay in solution.


Jace, Wonder how this could be tried sans microwave?
 
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From a nutritional perspective, the key is to feed the brain what it really needs upon waking, which is fat and protein. Our standard American diet focuses on carbs and sugar, which promotes melatonin production in the body (a sleep hormone) instead of serotonin, which should be on the rise just a you come out of sleep in the morning. This, in turn, flips hormone production on its head; as a result, you're sleepy and exhausted at mid morning, and your sleep is crappy (especially if you had a fatty protein dinner the night before).

The bulletproof model can use any kind of natural fat and no sugar; I use coconut MCT oil with heavy or light cream, whisk them together to minimize seperation, and add stevia. I've also used egg yolks in place of the cream. With only that as my breakfast, I'm not hungry until 2-3pm, with no tiredness whatsoever. My clients have used this to break their sugar addiction and reboot their metabolism, and it does work. For me, someone with a picky palette and a frugal streak, doing my version of Bulletproof coffee was a better fit, faster and tastier.
 
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Cris Fellows wrote:
Jace, Wonder how this could be tried sans microwave?


I'm sure it could, but its pretty laborious as is. I'd be interested to hear your qualms with microwaving? energy use? nutrition?
 
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Cris Fellows wrote:
Jace, Wonder how this could be tried sans microwave?


Swedish egg coffee might be a solution for no-microwave. It involves brewing the grinds, shell, and egg all together then straining it out. I imagine you'd need to watch the temp of your water, or you'll make egg drop coffee.
http://www.thekitchn.com/have-you-tried-swedish-egg-coffee-194230
 
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I have been drinking butter coffee for many years now and I doubt I will ever go back to milk or cream. I had never heard of egg coffee so I just threw a raw egg into a mason jar of coffee and blended it up with two tablespoons of butter. It does not alter the flavour in my dark coffee very much and does mellow out the bite. I am going to have to experiment if adding the egg makes me hungry earlier in the day. With just fat in my coffee I usually can go until 1-2pm with out food and not feel the least bit hungry. Thanks for the idea Jace!
 
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R Scott wrote:I have a bulletproof coffee every day for breakfast. Good coffee, grassfed butter, coconut oil, and a big pinch of real salt. That is it for breakfast, maybe a handful of nuts mid morning if I am working and actually hungry but usually not.


We all have different taste & likes....

I VERY MUCH enjoy a good cup of coffee. My morning does not start until I have my 32 oz thermos of coffee. Grind the beans, brew and pour into a good thermos. Mmmm...

I do enjoy my coffee....

Several years ago I went to visit my parents. They had "discovered" a better way to make coffee. They added salt and egg shells to their Yuban coffee. Very near the worst coffee I have ever tasted....

To be fair, I consume very little salt. Minimal processed foods and I use very little salt in cooking. But salt in coffee?

Diversity is a good thing
 
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Coffee is one thing I could never really enjoy. But you are all making this sound so wonderful! I decided to try it with chai tea instead, and it was delicious. I used a spoonful of coconut oil and some stevia in a mug of strongly-steeped chai tea. I mixed them in a blender and had a nice, creamy treat. It was almost like a chai latte, but without the milk. Thanks for the inspiration, everybody!
 
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I never drank coffee until my wife started doing this with the butter. I threw in the egg and was hooked.
 
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Jace McCown wrote:
1tbs butter
1tbs coconut oil
.5tbs blackstrap molasses
.5tbs honey


Adding sugar (aka molasses and honey) to your bullet-proof coffee is a terrible idea. You are drinking a donut, basically!

I believe you can be healthy eating high fat/low carb (like me) or low fat/high carb like a vegan but when you eat high fat/high carb, well, that's SAD (Standard American Diet).
 
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Cj Sloane wrote:
Adding sugar (aka molasses and honey) to your bullet-proof coffee is a terrible idea. You are drinking a donut, basically!

I believe you can be healthy eating high fat/low carb (like me) or low fat/high carb like a vegan but when you eat high fat/high carb, well, that's SAD (Standard American Diet).


I understand your concern CJ, but I think you might be taking it a bit too far on this one. I drink this coffee over the course of a few hours. The calories in 1/2 tbsp of honey is only 32, The calories in 1 tbsp blackstrap mollases is 47, so 23.5 in 1/2 tbsp, added together were talking 55.5 calories. The calorie count in an original glazed Krispy Kreme donut is 200.

So its like eating 1/4 of a donut, over the course of a few hours, with two eggs, the fats, and all the other stuff.

The primary reason I add molasses is for the minerals. Correct me if I'm wrong, but molasses is the by product of white sugar production, it contains most of the minerals spun off of the sugar when it is centrifuged to produce white sugar. Sugar cane is a crop with deep roots capable of extracting minerals from deep in the soil. Not sure on the source quality here, but here is an article on it. blackstrap molasses

The honey I include for the allergy defense.

Also, it helps it taste better

My bullet coffee omelet is the least of my sugar problems, Reese's Pieces and Dr. Pepper see to that.
 
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Hi Jace, Many of us who drink bulletproof coffee do so to keep our blood glucose levels down so that our bodies will stay in fat burning mode "ketosis" and adding sugar to the coffee defeats that purpose. If you are looking for a quick breakfast and health is not a concern I think you have a good recipe. I would highly recommend not drinking sugar as it is a quick way to type 2 diabetes and/or obesity. I personally do not feel that the sugar is necessary as the egg does not impact the flavor much and with a little butter if makes a nice smooth breakfast coffee. I really appreciate the your suggestion as I would have never considered putting an egg in my coffee otherwise.
 
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My concern is because people people misunderstand the point of bulletproof coffee. There are a few key points.
1. You don't spike your glucose or insulin at all if you keep it to butter/coconut oil/MCT oil
2. People who have issues with dairy can still consume it with butter (usually) because there is no casein).
3. You tend to get into ketosis and it makes intermittent fasting much easier.

Jace if you are a big sugar consumer, well, good luck. You may get there eventually.

I didn't give up sugar till I explored Permaculture, Peak oil, Paleo diets and so on.
 
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Cj Sloane wrote:
I didn't give up sugar till I explored Permaculture, Peak oil, Paleo diets and so on.


I personally gave up sugar and grains as they were making sick, tired, and fat. The keto diet opened my eyes to the fact that I can produce nearly all my families food on our small farmstead. The key is grass based dairy animals for the fat and protein and a garden of greens for the carbs. Unfortunately I can not grow my own coffee otherwise I would be set.
 
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" Unfortunately I can not grow my own coffee otherwise I would be set." Quote from Shane

Two thoughts about that. First, I've seen some mini coffee plants that are supposed to produce well. They may fit in a greenhouse or something like that.

My other thought was that you can probably grow chicory and dandelions. Their roots can be dried, roasted, and used as a coffee substitute. I've heard different things from people about whether or not they are GOOD substitutes. But you can still fix the brew with butter like people are doing with real coffee. I tried it today with burdock root and, for the first time ever, enjoyed the burdock root tea!

I hadn't made the connection between this kind of diet making it possible to pretty much provide everything you need, but you're right. That's really cool!
 
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