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If you want a long, detailed guide to cold brew, you can find that here.
This guide will be designed to work with 150 grams of coffee (a bit less than half of a bag), and will make a concentrate with a ratio of 5.5 to 1. That's about three times the strength of normal coffee, so you'll probably want to dilute it with water or milk.
Note: If you have a dedicated cold brew maker, use that instead of a cold brew bag and a container. A French press will
Weigh out 150 grams of coffee and grind them at a fine grind size. A similar grind size to drip coffee. If you're using a nut milking bag, put your grinds into that bag, put that bag of grounds into your container, and then pull the bag over the lip of the container like a trash bag.
If you're using a French press, put the grounds straight in.
Place your container on your scale, tare it out, and add 825 grams of water to the container. Grab your spoon and stir the grounds until there aren't any dry clumps.
Sinch your nut milk bag closed and put the lid on, or put the lid on your French press. Don't press the plunger down, though.
Keep the batch at room temperature for about 24 hours.
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