To Tenderize meat:
Meat contains muscle fibers and proteins that
can give it a tough consistency.
Tenderizing meat helps break them down,
resulting in a softer texture.
Salt, enzymes and acids are three natural
types of meat tenderizers.
Coffee contains natural acids and enzymes,
making it especially effective at
The acidic nature of coffee can also help
enhance the flavor of meat.
Simply add used coffee grounds to your
recipe and apply the rub to the meat two hours before
The grounds will get cooked onto the meat and form
a dark, crispy crust.
help your Hair:
The abrasive texture of coffee grounds will
help strip oils and buildup from your hair.
Pile them on in the shower or, for a much
less messy strategy, just add some grounds
to your shampoo or conditioner.
(Best for those with dark hair as
coffee can also darken hair.)
To Exfoliate your Skin:
The coarse particles in coffee grounds work as
an exfoliating agent to help remove dirt and
dead cells from the skin. Mix ½ cup of used
coffee grounds with 2 tablespoons of olive
oil or coconut oil.
Massage all over body while standing in the shower.
Leave on for 10 minutes before showering.
This mixture will exfoliate your skin and may also
help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Mix a teaspoon of used coffee grounds
into your facial mask.
It will exfoliate the skin and the caffeine will smooth