coffee substitute

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a drink resembling coffee that is sometimes substituted for it

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It's still used in some brands to add bulk to their coffee and has had a recent resurgence in popularity as a caffeine-free coffee substitute
They set up the Sanitas Food Company and tried out products which included slow-baked cereal Granola biscuits, wheat flakes and cornflakes, peanut butter and a cereal-based coffee substitute.
During the Civil War, Confederate soldiers boiled persimmon seeds to create a coffee substitute.
The roots are sometimes roasted and used as a coffee substitute.
One of the most abundant sources is chicory, the roots of which have been ground and used as a coffee substitute for decades.
As well as culinary herbs, the reare other plants used by man like chicory -its root makes a coffee substitute -medicinal plants like St John's Wort,and plants used for dyeing.
Acacia seed is another major commercial species, used to flavour ice cream, baked goods and as a coffee substitute.
If you're looking for a coffee substitute consider Teeccino (www.
You can get a coffee substitute called Caroextra which doesn't include the same harmful stimulants.
Although pioneers might have tried its beans as a coffee substitute, there is no evidence anyone committed to the bitter beverage.
Ask your dad if he knew that the hawthorn seeds can be roasted and used as a coffee substitute.
They were also roasted and ground to render a coffee substitute.