How do I add text under a table?

Libreoffice is free, no question these guys should be congratulated for their work and of course there is no intention to bm them.

However some things are noted as GUI fails.

Like this one: If you want to insert a new line directly under a table, you have to press alt+enter (and hope it will work).

 

References:

https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/35499/in-writer-how-to-add-text-underafter-a-table/

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Grind size based on brewing method

grind size brewing method grinder visualization
Coarse French Press/Percolator Blade/Burr soil
Medium Drip coffee Blade/Burr sand
Fine Steam espresso Disk/Conical Burr sea salt
Super fine Pump espresso Disk/Conical Burr fine sugar
Turkish Turkish Conical Burr sifted flour

 

Grind setting per filter type

Filter type

Grind Settingย 

Plastic Coarse
Glass (Cona brewer) Medium Fine
Metalย  (e.g French Press) Coarse
Moka Pot metal Fine
Gold metal Medium Coarse
Cloth ย Fine
Paper cone (Melita) Medium Fine
Paper flat bottom (Bunn) Medium
Chemex paper Medium
Keurig K Cup Medium Fine
Hario paper Medium Fine
Aeropress paper Fine
Aeropress metal Varies from Fine to Medium

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Learn basics:

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Coffee brewing notes ๐Ÿ…

Fundamentals:

  • 1 milliliter (ml) of water = 1 gram (g)
  • strength = dissolved solids / water (ideal: 1.25%)
  • extraction = dissolved solids / grounds (ideal: 20%)
  • Cold-brewed: ground coffee steeped in cold water for 12-24h then strained
  • Iced coffee: ground coffee brewed hot and poured over ice

Extraction:

Under extracted coffee:

Sour, acidic, salty: Grounds too coarse or brew time too short.

Over extracted coffee:

Bitter, hollow: Grounds too fine or brew time too long

Ratio, the -nonexistent- Golden rule:

  • 6g coffee per 100g of water, approx 5,6%, ratio 1:17
  • Specialty Coffee Association of America recommends: 1:18
  1. 1:4 highly concentrated, recommended mostly for cold brew concentrate
  2. 1:5 highly concentrated, recommended mostly for cold brew concentrate
  3. 1 : 12.5 recommended for cold brew ready to drink (RTD) coffee (see this)
  4. 1:15 – 1:18 generally preferred range
  5. 1:30 weak, over extracted cup

A method to find your favorite ratio can be found here.

For more info, see also the SCAA brewing chart

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