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Why is Greek (or Turkish) coffee boiled and not brewed?

Chris Kilham
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Greek (or Turkish) coffee is boiled because this is the original method of coffee preparation and the cultures that enjoy it stuck with it! In this video, "Medicine Hunter" Chris Kilham explains why this ancient method is still used today.

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