You can cold-brew coffee at home without a Toddy or any other specialized equipment. Stir 7.5 cups of the same filtered water you’d use for brewing coffee hot into 12 ounces of coarsely-ground coffee, making sure to evenly saturate the coffee, then let sit at room temperature for 12 hours. Strain through a fine-mesh strainer (you could even use a French press up to this step) and refrigerate until completely chilled. Again, this produces a very concentrated coffee, which can be diluted with filtered water or milk according to your taste preferences; 1:1 is a good place to start. The concentrate’s good, kept refrigerated, for about 2 weeks. Prepped ahead, you'll always have a cold brew on hand when you walk out the door into the summer heat!
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