Choosing the Right Coffee Grinder

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© 2013 Shanna Lea

Exposure to air oxidizes coffee beans and coffee grinds oxidizes faster because they lack the bean’s protective skin covering.  Home coffee grinders allow you to stop the level of exposure and produce the freshest grind from your coffee beans.  The best thing about coffee grinders is the grinding can be done at conveniently at home when you need it. Continue reading

How to Grind Coffee Beans

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What is the enemy of all coffee drinkers?  Air.  As soon as air comes in contact with your coffee grinds, the coffee loses its flavor.  That’s why coffee manufacturers vacuum seal their grinds—to keep them fresh while sitting on the shelf at the supermarket.  But once you break that seal, air hits the grinds and it begins to lose its quality. Continue reading

Coffee Grinders: Tips for Grinding and Brewing Coffee

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If you are like most coffee drinkers, you have your own opinion on how to brew the perfect pot of coffee.  Most coffee drinkers agree that it’s a combination of cold, clean water and freshly ground coffee beans.  And to make the freshest pot of coffee, why not grind the coffee beans right at home?  A coffee grinder is the perfect gift for the coffee connoisseur and a nice kitchen accessory. Continue reading