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Old 02-03-2012, 06:35 PM posted to rec.food.drink.coffee
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Default Chlorine Odor in tap water

boy,
what's with the LooooNG Subject titles?
I don't like them, but I'm new here.

Do any of you do anything about the
chlorine odor from tap water?
Like, let the odor dissipate for a
few minutes, before using?

I sometimes let the water stand for a while,
but I add so many other flavors, etc,
that I can't really tell the difference.

marc

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boy,
what's with the LooooNG Subject titles?
I don't like them, but I'm new here.

Do any of you do anything about the
chlorine odor from tap water?
Like, let the odor dissipate for a
few minutes, before using?

I sometimes let the water stand for a while,
but I add so many other flavors, etc,
that I can't really tell the difference.

marc


In context of coffee, chlorine fully disappears
until water starts boiling.

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don't understand what you said

marc
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Old 15-03-2012, 01:24 AM posted to rec.food.drink.coffee
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Default Chlorine Odor in tap water

On Wednesday, March 14, 2012 3:34:33 PM UTC-7, Poutnik wrote:
In article 11630595.178.1331730918275.JavaMail.geo-discussion-
[email protected], says...

On Friday, March 2, 2012 10:46:07 PM UTC-8, Poutnik wrote:
In article 30805150.156.1330745351307.JavaMail.geo-discussion-
[email protected],
says...

O

boy,
what's with the LooooNG Subject titles?
I don't like them, but I'm new here.

Do any of you do anything about the
chlorine odor from tap water?
Like, let the odor dissipate for a
few minutes, before using?

I sometimes let the water stand for a while,
but I add so many other flavors, etc,
that I can't really tell the difference.

marc

In context of coffee, chlorine fully disappears
until water starts boiling.


don't understand what you said

marc

What word I have used you do not understand ?

This group is about coffee.

But if your intention was to use cold tap water,
few minutes is not enough.

On the other hand, addition of organic stuff
like fruit juice is able to quickly react
with chlorine. It disappears by chemical way
and residues are beated by taste of major components.

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People's selfconfidence is often reciprocal to their knowledge.


sorry,
I still don't understand what you are saying.

anyone?

thanks, marc


Interesting.
Very most people do understand my written or spoken english.

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nothing personal Poutnik

doesn't anyone else post here?

where are the coffee drinkers posting?

marc
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In article 21572825.1590.1331842052181.JavaMail.geo-discussion-
[email protected], says...



This newsgroup [I think it was this one]
used to have many many regular posters.
I just wonder where all the coffeeers went?
Maybe to cooking, or something.

thanks
marc


I would say it is general trand of abandoning usenet
in favour of web forums and social networks

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