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Melba's Jammin' wrote:
Can anyone speak about personal experience with the home units,
specifically the B-40 "Elite" model? If you own one and had it do
again, would you?

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I have a Keurig one-cup. I have the pod adapter so that I can use my
own coffee rather than pods. It's OK but I don't use it much anymore. I
prefer my Aeropress.

Bob

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On Fri, 05 Dec 2008 20:40:49 -0700, Bob Ross
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Melba's Jammin' wrote:
Can anyone speak about personal experience with the home units,
specifically the B-40 "Elite" model? If you own one and had it do
again, would you?

Follow-ups set to rec.food.equipment.

Thanks.


I have a Keurig one-cup. I have the pod adapter so that I can use my
own coffee rather than pods. It's OK but I don't use it much anymore. I
prefer my Aeropress.


Thanks for the pointer on the Aeropress. I hadn't heard of it before.

It appears to have potential in that it combines the features of a
French press with convenience, easier cleaning, and low cost ($26 -
Amazon and elswhere). It doesn't depend on pods. It does require
special filters but they are only 4 bucks for 350.

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On Fri, 05 Dec 2008 20:40:49 -0700, Bob Ross
wrote:

Melba's Jammin' wrote:
Can anyone speak about personal experience with the home units,
specifically the B-40 "Elite" model? If you own one and had it do
again, would you?

Follow-ups set to rec.food.equipment.

Thanks.

I have a Keurig one-cup. I have the pod adapter so that I can use my
own coffee rather than pods. It's OK but I don't use it much anymore. I
prefer my Aeropress.


Thanks for the pointer on the Aeropress. I hadn't heard of it before.

It appears to have potential in that it combines the features of a
French press with convenience, easier cleaning, and low cost ($26 -
Amazon and elswhere). It doesn't depend on pods. It does require
special filters but they are only 4 bucks for 350.


It does use an awful lot of coffee.


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