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Curtis' Mission

Monday, July 31, 2006


"I filled out Luiz's family baptismal forms and talked to them for a little while, ending our meeting with a piping hot cup of Cevada. A delicious drink that's like coffee and not prohibited by the Word of Wisdom down here. I will have to bring some back for you all to try. The direct translation of Cevada is barley, but do you know of any hot drinks made with barley in the United States? I don't."

Cevada is 100% natural, produced from selected barley grains. This product is being used to substitute for traditional coffee because it does not contain caffeine. It has a unique and pleasant flavor. It is available as an instant drink or a traditionally roasted and ground powder.


  • It is actually what we know as Postum. Not delicious.

    By Anonymous Elder Joe, at 12:53 AM  

  • I mean it is actually similar to what we know as Postum. I have had both and neither one is a substitute for orange juice.

    By Anonymous elder joe, at 2:14 PM  

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