Wine Yeasts Abound Among Hawaiian-Grown ACE/Isla Auction CoffeesDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine


Ripe coffee from Rusty’s Hawaiian, producer of an anaerobic-natural-process typica coffee took fifth place in the competition. Photo courtesy of ACE.

The Alliance for Coffee Excellence (ACE) and Hawaiian green coffee company Isla Custom Coffees have announced 16 winning lots in a recent competition of Hawaiian coffees.

Notably, a full three-quarters of those winners — ranging in scores from 85.45 to 88.38 — involved controlled yeast fermentation in the post-production processing phase.

All the winning

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Vegetarian school lunches spark row in France | News | DW

A decision to remove meat from school lunches in the French city of Lyon sparked a heated debate among politicians on Sunday.

Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin slammed the measure as an “unacceptable insult” to France’s farmers and butchers.

Many French citizens consider Lyon, known for its meat dishes, to be the culinary capital of the country.

“We can see that the moralizing and elitist policy of the Greens excludes the popular classes,” Darmanin said, adding:

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A Bayou Classic Made Vegan

This Louisiana étouffée recipe gets back to its roots using a hearty vegetable base and traditional spices.

In the heart of the bayou, Louisiana’s heritage is a vibrant blend of cultures and traditions from all over the world. 

Most prevalent is the heavy French and West African influence which can be felt in almost every aspect of the region and adds to its timeless allure. The descendants of the Caribbean slaves and European colonizers who

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