Thinking about having a cup of coffee? Maybe you're avoiding coffee because you've been misinformed about it's value. Maybe you're drinking, but lacking the understanding of how it came to you, and the impact you're having on the developing world. Here are some links to help you consider your coffee, or your coffee avoidance, habits in a new light:
Here's where to go to learn about why it's important to drink Fair Trade, or some equivalent thereof. It's good to be informed about how coffee comes to us, and what we can to do to help those who enable us to enjoy this glorious beverage.
Here's where to go to learn about the reality of coffee's many health benefits. Lose weight, avoid Type II Diabetes, excercise with less pain, improve short term memory.
And here's where to go to learn how to brew the perfect cup! Please don't say you dislike coffee until you've tried it properly roasted and brewed. Trying the commonly prepared cup and then saying you don't like coffee is like watching Jesus Camp and then saying you don't like Jesus.