[Homeroast] Pod Capsules and the Keurig

Jason Brooks brookswv at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 14:48:00 CDT 2015

Aeropress is simple enough for me to get in the afternoon at work too. I
know it wouldn't be the same for everyone, but it's not bad for me. Zass
DG169 and the AP with a water kettle make a simple and great afternoon
pick-me-up. And the cleanup is so easy.

If I only had a compost bin at work....

 --Getting into the gardening mood

On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 3:40 PM, Mike Davis <mldavis2 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> The main reason I hear from people using the Keurig is speed and
> convenience.  Using reusable pods sounds great, but it negates a lot of the
> reason for using the thing in the first place.  You have to grind coffee to
> put in them which can be tricky with the tiny pods, and you have to clean
> them out afterwards.  I suspect that's why most people just keep buying the
> plastic pods and filling up the land fills with them, not to mention all
> the "fancy" flavored coffee you can find being sold by everyone and his
> brother.
> My morning routine is super-simple and just as quick.  Yes, I do have to
> roast my coffee every few days and that takes time.  But in the morning, I
> put the kettle on to boil, grind my coffee and weigh it out into my
> Aeropress.  Pour, stir and wait 3 minutes, press and top off with hot
> water.  Cleanup takes about 30 seconds or less at the sink - rinse the cap
> and stainless steel filter under the faucet, pop the puck out into the
> trash and I'm finished.
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