Congratulations to me! I have now completed 3 weeks without any sugar added. I have also not had any milk or cream added to my coffee in these past 3 weeks. I used to think that this was impossible for me to drink as even if the sugar is less in my cup of coffee I would find it difficult to drink. But all that has changed and now, I do not mind drinking my black coffee without sugar. Some people have said that drinking black coffee without sugar is “Savage” but I say, hey it’s not that bad.
I haven’t even added any stevia to the coffee, even though I bought some and it is lying in my cupboard. I bought the stevia since I thought it might be difficult to get through sugarless coffee but I haven’t added any once. I think I will keep the stevia for coffee that I buy from cafes and I also want to try some iced coffee and iced without sugar and with me adding the stevia to it. That would be interesting to try out. So I am looking at getting some great coffee from Cafe Coffee Day, Costa Coffee & Starbucks but the ones without whipping cream and without sugar added. The cold ones all come with sugar/sweetner mixed so I can’t choose those.
I might not even go back to adding actual sugar to my coffee in the future. Well never say never but I don’t feel that it is necessary anymore. HoweverI do have a sweet tooth and hence I am not ruling it out. Let’s see!
Sputnik is a 2020 Russian science-fiction horror film directed by Egor Abramenko in his feature directorial debut. It stars Oksana Akinshina as a young doctor who is recruited by the military to assess a cosmonaut who survived a mysterious space accident and returned to Earth with a dangerous organism living inside him. Alongside Akinshina, the film’s cast includes Pyotr Fyodorov and Fyodor Bondarchuk. Sputnik was scheduled to have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2020 prior to the festival being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.