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What Can I Use Instead Of A Coffee Filter?

What Can I Use Instead Of A Coffee Filter?

Drip Coffee, Info
Running out of coffee is bad enough but having beautiful smelling coffee beans to hand and seemingly no means to prepare them is even worse. If it happens first thing in the morning, you can pretty much kiss the rest of the day goodbye. If it happens late at night (yes, we know you shouldn’t drink coffee before bed), with a seriously tight deadline looming, it’s just as dangerous. Running out of coffee filters is bad. Fortunately, there’s a reasonable chance you have something laying around that can be used as a coffee filter replacement. You might not need to turn to anything as drastic as drinking tea. Below are 6 alternatives to filters that answer the question “what can I use instead of a coffee filter?” Paper Towels You can easily craft paper towels into the shape of a filt
French Press Vs Drip – Which Is Better?

French Press Vs Drip – Which Is Better?

Coffee Makers, Drip Coffee, French Press, Info
French press and drip coffee both introduce water to ground coffee beans to produce a drink loved by millions around the world. Despite their similarities, though, the two processes produce quite different results. One produces a stronger brew while the other tends to offer an automated process and a drink that keeps warm for an hour or more. The French press vs drip coffee debate will likely continue for generations of coffee makers to come, and the best method of brewing is dictated by your personal preferences, but if you’re unsure which is better for your morning coffee, read on. What Is a French Press? The French press is also known as the coffee plunger or cafetiere. Despite its name, though, the French press is Italian in origin and in the nearly 100 years since its introduct