In a country where it takes up to a half a cup to get a cup from a table, it’s no wonder that many Israelis are looking to gravel bulk for their coffee.
Gravel bulk is made from a mix of gravel and pea gravel, and has the added benefit of being environmentally friendly, because it’s extracted from an underground stream.
The bulk of this product, which is sold in Israeli supermarkets, can be purchased in bulk for about one dollar a pound, or about one pound of gravel for about $1.40 per pound, according to the Jerusalem Post.
As the Post notes, the bulk can also be made into an alternative to coffee grinders for use in the home, as it has a low carbon footprint.
The Daily News reports that this is especially important in Jerusalem, where the average household uses about 1,000 pounds of gravel per year, and the bulk is used for a variety of purposes, including to build and maintain buildings and gardens.
But in order to get the bulk to a large enough volume to make coffee, you’re going to need a lot of gravel, which means a lot more than a cup, according the paper.
To make a coffee bean, a bean should be crushed, then ground into fine particles and the ground water is added.
A lot of the grinds used in the production of gravel bulk are sold at commercial grocery stores, but they’re not exactly the same as the grind you would find in the coffee shop, the paper writes.
“A lot of these grinds are sold in bulk and are marketed as being for coffee grinder use,” the article continues.
“However, they’re actually not for coffee.”
For a quick coffee bean-making test, I filled a coffee pot with about five pounds of coarse, coarse sand.
I then boiled the water in a pot of water, which I then added to the coffee pot, which added some extra water to make the coffee water run.
I poured the coffee beans into the pot, and it was ready to go, and tasted the water.
If you can make a few beans with that amount of water in it, you’ll be able to make about a dozen cups of coffee, according The Daily Star.
How much gravel do you need to make your coffee?