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10 FRUITS THAT

sweetness counterbalances coffee’s bitterness really well.Adding some sliced banana to your morning oatmeal,or having banana bread with your espresso are both great ways to combine these two.

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BANANAS

These plump,delicious berries are just sweet enough to compliment coffee’s intense flavor.You can either eat them raw as you sip your Kenyan or Colombian brew them into your coffee.

BLACKBERRIES

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Just like blackberries,these blue morsels of delight are wonderful both raw & baked.In fact,having a handful of fresh blueberries,or a highfiber blueberry muffin with your afternoon coffee

BLUEBERRIE

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People generally either love or hate strawberries with coffee, so you’ll have to try this combo to decide for yourself whether you like it. Instead of using hot coffee.

STRAWBERRIES

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If you like deep, rich, dark roasted coffee, then be sure to try them alongside cherries. Eat them fresh, preferably at room temperature, to enjoy their flavor

CHERRIES

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Although many fruits on this list go well with coffee when raw, peaches are best in cooked form. 

PEACHES

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Plums are another type of fruit that combine well with rich, dark roasts. If you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, then eat the plums raw. Otherwise, try baking them into plum cake.

PLUMS (OR PRUNES)

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Much like the prunes mentioned above, dates are amazing when paired with strong, bitter coffee. For example, if you’re trying to reduce your sugar intake and go for whole foods instead

DATES

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Figs, much like dates, are also packed with nutrients. Better still, they’re delicious both fresh and dried. Fig desserts compliment bitter coffee, but you can also use fresh figs in tiramisu.

FIGS

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If you’re feeling adventurous and like bold flavors, then try some lychees alongside your next cup. Fresh, they’re refreshing and juicy, so they go well with a medium roast. Alternatively,

LYCHEES

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