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66 Creative Uses For Coffee Filters

"Even if you’re not a coffee drinker, you might want to consider picking up a package of coffee FILTERS the next time you go shopping. They are extremely economical to buy and there are SO many uses for this coffee-making essential that have nothing to do with coffee!"

In a "one good thing" blog by Jillee, she outlines 66 uses for coffee filters besides making coffee.

We recommend reading Jillee's blog to find some useful tips you…

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Roses made from Cone Filters for American Heart Association Ball

Every year for the American Heart Association in Chattanooga, TN hosts its annual ball and the main decoration is roses. Mr. Mike Lees is the event designer. He and his team of volunteers use #4 white cone filters to hand make the roses for the decorations. Each rose takes 15 minutes to make using 10 filters per rose, spray paints them, lets them dry overnight, and then hand curls each petal with a squarer. This year…

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To K or Not to K

A review of our Brew Rite coffee maker from Earth PM

Of course, when there is a popular item like a single-serve coffee maker, there will be people looking to design a “better mouse trap.”  Along comes Brew Rite™ from Rockline Industries, a very “green” company on its own, the subject of a future blog posting.  In the meantime, I want to talk a little bit about the Brew Rite.  We are not in the habit…

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Drink to Your Health

This article from Good Housekeeping gives a great reason to use coffee filters:

Coffee brewed without a paper filter — in a French press or espresso pot, for example — retains an oily residue that contains cafestol, a substance that raises levels of heart-damaging LDL cholesterol. You could — if you're addicted to your French press — pour your coffee through a paper filter into a cup. Or, just save special brews for an…

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