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The primary benefit of using a coffee grinder as opposed to buying pre-ground coffee is that the coffee is fresher and tastes more flavorful. The flavor of coffee comes from inside the bean, so keeping it intact until ju... More »

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There are two types of coffee grinder, one of which uses blades and the other, two interlocking rough-edged or "burred" cones or a pair of plates to grind coffee beans. While those with blades are referred to as "grinder... More »

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Toastmaster coffee grinders can be purchased from websites such as Boscov's, eBay and BUYA. The Toastmaster model 1119 coffee grinder is able to grind enough beans for eight cups of coffee. The appliance has a pulse grin... More »

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There are two types of coffee grinder, one of which uses blades and the other, two interlocking rough-edged or "burred" cones or a pair of plates to grind coffee beans. While those with blades are referred to as "grinder... More »

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Coffee does not expire in the sense that it becomes unhealthy to consume. However, the quality does lessen over time. Unopened coffee will stay fresh for up to a year, while opened containers are good for only a couple w... More »

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Coffee should do not percolate for more than five minutes. If percolating on the stove, as soon as the coffee begins to percolate, turn the heat down to low and allow it to continue percolating for three to five minutes. More »

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To roast coffee beans, heat a stovetop popcorn popper. Add the beans, stir them for 5 to 7 minutes, pour the roasted beans into a metal colander, and stir once more. This 15-minute process requires coffee beans, a stove,... More »

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