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Old 26-12-2005, 01:32 AM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Default U have a pod coffee brewer???? Ever try one?

Gabby wrote:


I used pods recently when having to make coffee in someone else's kitchen.
I bought them for the convenience and followed the directions for a medium
strength coffee (5 cup mark on the coffee maker for each pod). It worked
well but cost significantly more than just buying coffee. I wouldn't
recommend them.


They seemed like a good idea, a good way to make one cup of good coffee. I
was tempted but after reading an article about them in the newspaper I decided
not to. It seems that most of them are designed to brew only with the
company's own coffee pucks. It reminded me of some of the computer printers
on the market that are cheap to buy but who make their money on the
cartridges.



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Old 26-12-2005, 01:25 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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Default U have a pod coffee brewer???? Ever try one?


"Mr. Ed" wrote in message
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I am thinking about getting a coffee brewer that uses pods. Anyone
here have one or try coffee from one and if so, your thoughts and
which brand do you have?

Thanks,
Ed.


I used pods recently when having to make coffee in someone else's kitchen.
I bought them for the convenience and followed the directions for a medium
strength coffee (5 cup mark on the coffee maker for each pod). It worked
well but cost significantly more than just buying coffee. I wouldn't
recommend them.

Gabby




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