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 How much coffee do I put in a coffee maker?

Answer On One Hand: Use the Standard MeasurementThe standard rule of thumb for coffee makers is to use 1 tablespoon of coffee grinds for every 8 ounces of cold water. This is the established ratio used by... Read More »
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How much coffee is needed for a Single Serving coffee cup maker?

It's generally 1 tablespoon per cup of coffee. You can add more or less according to your own taste.
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Can we make milk coffee in coffee maker or only black coffee?

Hello joyous,Normally,the milk is heated to boiling temperatures inside the coffee maker. This will cause many problems-the milk could coagulate and clog the coffee maker. Also, the milk residue wi... Read More »
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How much coffee do you put in a 36-cup coffee maker?

The amount of coffee needed for a 36-cup coffeemaker depends on how strong or weak you want your coffee. The average measurement is 1 tbsp. of ground coffee per cup. If you want a strong cup of cof... Read More »
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Coffee addicts and afficianadoes, what kind of coffee maker is your choice?

As a coffee aficionado, I actually have two such devices: a 1990's-vintage Krups with 10 cups x 2 total capacity and designed for Melita-compatible filters; and a General Electric concentrate brew... Read More »
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