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Earth Day is this week. Some ideas on reducing our coffee footprint on the environment. 
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About a month ago I was at a potluck and a woman from the Philippines brought a pitcher of full of “avocado shakes”. The shake was made of blended avocados with added coffee. At first I was skeptical that the combination of avocado and coffee would taste good together. But it did. It tasted really …
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New article on making lampshades with used coffee filters.
Here on INeedCoffee we are always interested in seeing what artistic things can be created using coffee. We have three different galleries by different artists that have used coffee grounds to create amazing artwork. Vilma Silveira Farrell takes a different path. Instead of using the coffee grounds, she takes used coffee filters to make her artwork. …
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Buying a cup of coffee at a well-known branded outlet is no longer an affordable purchase. A 16 ounce coffee can cost between $2-$5 USD/AUD. It is sometimes alarming that the person who purchases the coffee is unaware what goes into making that coffee. I understand that not everyone is aware of the coffee process, … Continue reading Making Your Own Coffee Blend with Arabica and Robusta Beans →
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One of our readers created a coffee ring, which is for sale on the jewelry section of Amazon. Neat idea. 
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INeedCoffee reader Bruce has shared with us how he uses a junior size Melitta filter in his single serve pod machine. This lets him use his own coffee and not the stale pods. 
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Brilliant! An espresso cup that is also a cookie. 
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An iced drink recipe for spring. 
The best way to approach the Thai Won On – Thai Iced Coffee recipe is to pull lots of espresso shots and then place them in the refrigerator to cool. If you do not have an espresso machine, you can brew double-strength coffee. Fill a glass 1/3 of the way with crushed iced. Fill a …
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Our newest coffee brewing tutorial.
I recently had the opportunity to test out the Cowboy Joe Coffee Brewer. The Cowboy Joe is a single cup plastic coffee brewer with a hole in the bottom that takes a standard 8-12 cup basket coffee filter. A plastic plug is placed inside a drain hole to allow the coffee to steep. Once the brew is complete, …
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When I first started working at Saeco USA all the new employees were challenged to create an original coffee recipe. At the time I wasn’t a very big coffee drinker and I was just learning about espresso. I decided to think about my favorite flavors in order to come up with a great coffee drink. …
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You would be hard pressed to find another beverage besides coffee whose health benefits or concerns are more controversial. It seems with each passing year, coffee is hailed as either medicine or poison, but this year it seems the findings have been positive. Let’s take a look at a few recent conclusions. Coffee May Prevent …
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Coffee brewing tutorial. 
While I haven’t personally used other stovetop vacuum brewers, I have heard mostly horror stories of plugged filters, slow/incomplete brewing, bad seals etc. The Yama Syphon (Yama Siphon) brewer has shown none of these symptoms for me. I have also found this to be extremely easy to use and cleanup. Of course, usability is worth …
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