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Healthy coffee anyone? No caffaine & not a decaf

Postby isaacz » Mon, 06 Dec 2004 9:39 am

Hey all, just curious to know if any of you are serious coffee drinkers who are like me..... lookin for an alternative healthy drinking habit.
I have heard from some friends about a new sort of coffee using soy bean. Wondering if any of you have any info on it and what are your thoughts on it..... lemme know...

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Postby chrisbok » Wed, 08 Dec 2004 2:13 am

Search for the terms soy and coffee in Google and you will find plenty of info about soy coffee.

As for where to buy or drink it in Singapore, I heard Whatever... The Bookstore and Cafe serves it. You can also ask the various organic food outlets here whether they sell it.

http://www.whatever.com.sg/cafe.html

http://www.vegetarian-society.org/listi ... c%20Outlet

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Postby chrisbok » Wed, 08 Dec 2004 2:23 am

The previous list doesn't look so updated. This one is more updated. Also, call Brown Rice Paradise first. They're one of biggest and well established organic shops here.

http://holisticliving.com.sg/dir_listin ... 2004122439

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Postby isaacz » Mon, 13 Dec 2004 6:05 pm

Hey Chris, thanks for the info.... checked em out but none showed soycoffee. The nearest they have is coffee with soymilk.

Have anyone tasted soy coffee before? I am pretty keen to give it a taste and if it is tasty, I would probably swap from real coffee to soy coffee for health reason.
Cheers!

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Soy coffee- A breakthrough! :)

Postby isaacz » Sun, 19 Dec 2004 12:57 am

Hey all, I manage to get my hands on some soy coffee. This is basically a coffee replacement that uses soy beans instead of coffee beans. It taste not too bad. I can live with it. Was hoping to get more opinions..... anyone? Cheers!


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