How To Use A Tea Kettle



Pour Over Coffee Kettle with BUILT-IN THERMOMETER - 1.0 Liter - Drip Kettle for Pour Over Coffee and Tea

by Barista Warrior
Price: $40.00 Buy Now

Features:
  • LEARN HOW TO BREW POUR OVER COFFEE! Equip your inner barista with this Pour Over Coffee Kettle. Use this drip kettle to make delicious coffee with the pour over method. *Please note that this kettle holds 1.0 liters but we recommend boiling .7 liter at a time, since boiling at full capacity risks overflow.
  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY I 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: We provide premium barista-quality coffee brewing tools for the home baristas. We take pride in the quality of our products and back it up with a 1 year manufacturer's warranty. If you are not 100% satisfied with your Drip Kettle, you are free to return it, within the first year, and receive a FULL refund.
  • GOOSENECK SPOUT | CONSISTENT EXTRACTION EVERY TIME: For great pour over coffee, you need a quality stovetop kettle with a gooseneck spout for precise water flow. Our pour over kettle has an easy-to-pour goose neck spout. Pour the right amount of water and pour at the right speed for a consistent and even coffee extraction.

Product description

EQUIP YOUR INNER BARISTA with Barista Warrior's Drip Kettle!

The Barista Warrior Drip Kettle was designed to equip you with a quality kettle so that you can brew pour over coffee like a barista. We believe that the best coffee does not come from coffee machines, and not even from boutique coffeehouses, but from the kitchen in your home. We have created this coffee filter to equip you with a premium barista-quality tool for making pour over coffee at home.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS


• Integrated Thermometer For Gauging The Optimal Temperature (195-205°F)
• 1.2 Liter at Full Capacity (We Recommend 1 Liter To Avoid Overflow)
Easy to Pour Spout for Precise Water Flow
Easy to Hold Ergonomic Handle
• Heat-Resistant Handle To Avoid Getting Burned
• Durable Surgical-Grade Stainless Steel Construction
• Airtight Lid to Avoid Any Potential Spills.
• Can Be Used With Induction, Halogen, Gas, or Electric Ranges
Easy to Clean
• Lightweight
• 1 Year Warranty
• E-Book Included with 11 Tips to Making Amazing Pour Over Coffee

Press the "Add to Cart" button above to begin making your pour over coffee like a barista.




OXO Good Grips Sugar Dispenser, 2.5 x 5.5-Inch

by OXO
Price: $9.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Clear, BPA free body shows fill level and lid twists off for easy refilling.
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 5.5" Weight: 9 oz capacity.
  • Perfect for keeping sugar close at hand for coffee, cereal, fruit and more.

Product description

A spoonful of sugar is always close at hand with the OXO Good Grips Sugar Dispenser. The side spout allows for easy, controlled pouring, making it perfect for coffee, cereal, fruit and more. The stainless steel accents make it great for countertop or table use. The clear, BPA-free body shows just how much sugar is left and the lid twists off to reveal a generous opening for easy refilling.








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I recently hosted a workshop at the Doncaster ‘Bringing the mindfulness act to life’ event. My workshop focused on Care and Support Planning in Practice, and using a toolbox approach to capture rich information from people to advance their Care and Support Plans. I wanted to write a summary of what I presented in Doncaster about assessments and how to use the guide to help with good Care and Support Planning. We have new Heed and Support Planning cards developed by HSA in partnership with ‘in Control’ and ‘shop4support’ – a resource that we’ve been sharing with people at the conference – which detail varied person-centred thinking tools that can be used... All of the tools mentioned in the guide, can be used to help frame good conversations with people. In Doncaster, Attend to and Support Planning assessments are actioned by social workers, and they really focus on making sure that they get clear outcomes to work towards. The aim then in Doncaster is that the assessment is handed over to the person. If the person can develop their own support plan or has people around them that can help, brilliant. But if they need support to do that, it won’t be the job of the sexual worker. it will be the job of a support planner, which is a different, more radical way of thinking about support planning. Support planning has to be proportional, so we have to think about how much information we need based on the outcomes. The Trouble and Support Planning cards are a toolkit that can help people to choose different tools to frame conversations so that they can capture information that’s relevant. So kind of than working through a lengthy form, it’s all about having good conversations. I’m going to use my mum, and my mum’s Care and Support Plan as an example of how this can work. When my mum was first assessed for a Provide for and Support Plan, it was in a very traditional way and her outcome was deemed to be three visits a day and two baths a week. So we started by having conversations with my mum and the rest of my kinsmen and actually, after we had captured good information about what matters to my mum, about how to keep her healthy and safe, and about her entire well-being (which would be... From the information that we had gathered, we realised that one of my mum’s fundamental outcomes was to stay living in her own home in the street where everybody knew her. She lived in fear of going into residential care, and she was somebody who was at her best when she was in the middle of people she knew. The reason she ended up needing a support plan and a budget in the first instance was because her main carer, my stepdad, had suddenly died, and my sister became her well-rounded-time carer. My sister was a full-time nurse as well, so that created some problems. Additionally, my mum had COPD so she had some health needs but she also had some other mental strength needs as she was suffering from depression, partly due to bereavement. Another outcome was to be able to talk about her late husband, and that was a problem at the time as this made my sister judge upset. One of the other outcomes was to feel safe when she was home alone. This time when my mum was assessed, Mum imagined she would need 24-hour support and sleepovers in her own accessible, particularly if Katie was at work (my sister). But actually she was assessed as needing 21-3/4-hour support, which was a real shock to her. It wasn’t to me but it was to my mum. So the next step was to look at what was getting in the way of these outcomes, and that helped to start us point of view which of the tools in the toolkit would be helpful to use. One of the things getting in the way was that her daughter was now the main carer and also a full-time nurse, so her time was split. Because of that my mum was worried that she was enhancing a burden on the family, and that was really contributing to her depression. When she tried to talk about her late husband to my sister, got really upset and emotional so that wasn’t a sensible outlet for her. If Mum was in on her own she didn’t have the strength to make a meal or lift a kettle. If there was something going wrong she was likely to be more unwell, and less likely to be able to get serve because she couldn’t.

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Stainless Steel Kettle Tea Leaf Spice Mesh Strainer Filter Infuser Cup Mug
Stainless Steel Kettle Tea Leaf Spice Mesh Strainer Filter Infuser Cup Mug

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Stainless Steel Kettle Tea Leaf Spice Mesh Strainer Filter Infuser Cup MugColor Silver ToneMaterial Stainless SteelPackage Content 1 x Tea StrainerProduct Name Tea StrainerTotal Size 75 x 72mm/3" x 2.83"(H*Max.D)Net Weight 21gPack Size(L*W*H) 19 x 15 x 8Top Dia 72mm/2.83"Depth 75mm/3"Mesh Basket Diameter 55mm/2.17" This tea strainer is made of metal wire mesh material. Use it to brew tea, preferring them to tea balls that may leak or confine the leaves too tightly, or we also use them to strain coffee grounds out of cold-brewed coffee. Great kitchen ware for home use. How to use the Mesh Tea InfuserFill a pot or cup with hot water. Make sure the infuser fits the container for brewing tea. It should sit on or in the rim of the container, with the mesh basket submerged in the hot water. The larger the infuser, the larger the container it's meant for brewing in. Put loose tea leaves or herbs in the infuser. Make sure the tea or herbs are completely submerged in hot water. Let the infuser sit in the hot water until the tea has brewed to the desired strength. Once the tea is ready, remove the infuser to prevent overbrewing. Here are the top 5 health benefits of tea:1. Calorie-free and helps to lose weight. 2. Reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke. 3. Contains antioxidants that keeps us young and protect us from pollution damage. 4. Helps to soothe the digestive system, boost the immune system and battle cancer. 5. Has less caffeine than coffee and thus can be consumed without worrying pesky effects on nervous system.

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Kitchenaid Stainless Steel Digital Display Electric Water Kettle KEK1722ER Red
Kitchenaid Stainless Steel Digital Display Electric Water Kettle KEK1722ER Red

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Interoducing Kitchenaid Electric Water Kettle with Digital Display Stainless Steel with Removable base. Just like when iphone revolutionized the smartphone, Kitchenaid designers came up with this beautiful design and color. This is not just a pretty design, but is made to last with legandary Kitchenaid quality control. As we all know Kitchenaid is an American brand since 1919 and quality is always been top priority. With variable heat temperature you can have the tea or hot beverage of your choice. Top of the line Digital Display system on top of the handle will show you the temperature controls and made easy to use. Forget about all the other brands since none will compare with kitchenaid quality and reliablity. This kettle has a capacity of 7 cups or 1.7 liters. It also has a removable base so that you can take the kettle from your kitchen and put it on your table without any cords. It has a soft grip handle which is combined with beautiful Stainless Steel for durability and functionality. It has a water window so that you would know exactly how much water you have left. Variable temperature settings are (122 degree farenheit to 212 degree farenheit). It also has a hold temperature function to keep the water hot, the temperature you want for 30 minutes. It has a beautiful button on top to pop the top open. This is just an amazing, beautiful kettle that you want to look at. I think it will take years for other manufacturers to even come close to making such a beautiful and reliable design.

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