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can tannic acid contained in coffee be neutralized by ganoderma

Answered on August 27, 2013
Created August 26, 2013 at 11:03 PM

Can tannic acid in coffee be neutralized by ganoderma?

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on August 27, 2013
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Is this what you're trying to do? http://ganodermacoffeefacts.com/ - I'm not sure there's much truth to that - perhaps there is, but it's not much more than a "special process" and apparently it's "magic herb". In other words, it's marketing fluff for the gullible.

I'm sure there are plenty of benefits to reishi mushrooms, but must you have it in your coffee? Either way, I prefer my coffee to be, well, coffee. I'm sure you could snack on the mushrooms before or after coffee.

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on August 27, 2013
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Possibly. But if you grow ganoderma on coffee grounds, you have bad coffee, regardless of if it ate the tannins or not.

What were you imagining here?

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