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How To: Reuse Old Coffee Grounds

Many people start their day with a fresh, hot cup of coffee. They purchase their coffee with care and enjoy it greatly. But what do you do with those grounds once you’ve drunk your coffee? Here are some uses for those used coffee grounds! Note: It's always easiest to handle coffee grounds when they're cool, so wait a couple of hours after you've switched off the coffee pot to try any of these!

How To: Recycle coffee grounds into compost at home

In this how-to video, you will learn how to recycle your used coffee grounds into compost for your personal garden. Coffee grounds are very good for your soil and can be used for all winter long. If you stick a thermometer in there, you will see that it is about 106 degrees. This means that it is working on the inside. You can also your hand to test the heat inside the compost as well. You should make about a cubic yard of the coffee grounds for the compost to be effective. This video gives y...

How To: Fertilize roses with coffee grounds

The Sun Sprite Rose has a nice fragrance but you want to keep it healthy by fertilizing it. Roses are heavy feeders so Charlie suggests adding compost in the Spring, really building up the soil, maybe put in some time release fertilizer pellets, then use regular Rose food to keep the Roses really looking good. Another home remedy involves fertilizing with coffee grounds. Coffee grounds sprinkled around Roses about a quarter of an inch to half an inch thick will help Roses grow and bloom bette...

How To: Make a latte with US barista champ Heather Perry

This is a video showing how to make a perfect latte at home. First the coffee is ground and then she pours some milk. The presenter says that 1/3 of the daily requirement of milk can be found in a latte. Once the coffee is ground it is brewed. She uses a lot of coffee so that it is richer. While the espresso is being made, the milk is steamed. The espresso should drip out like honey. The steamed milk is then poured over the coffee.

How To: Remove the garlic smell from your hands

Removing the garlic smell from your hands can be a very difficult thing to do. Sometimes you just can't stand the smell. Maybe you have a date and don't want to stink, but just can't get that smell out of your skin. There is a way to neutralize the odor so that you can get on with your life. After you get done cooking with either garlic or onions or any other stinky food, run your hands under some warm water. Then get some coffee grounds and mash them up and get them wet. Once the grounds are...

How To: Make cold brew coffee

Making cold brew coffee can be done simply with only a jar, water, a coffee filter, and ground up coffee. Though it seems like it would be more complex, the procedure to making cold brew coffee can be easily achieved in just a couple basic steps. The steps do not require too much work and can be done in a matter of minutes. Simple measures are taken to making cold brewed coffee, such as by mixing the coffee and water through shaking up the jar. Using a coffee filter, just pouring the mixed gr...

How To: Make French press coffee at home

In this video, the instructor shows how to make French press coffee. Generally, you will want to use 2 tbsp of coffee for every 6 oz of coffee. You will need water that is close to boiling or around 200 degrees. First, pour the hot water over your ground coffee and let it sit for a little over a minute. Now, stir the coffee and make sure the grounds are as wet as possible. Let this brew for another minute or two. Now, press the pot down and your French press coffee will be hot and ready to en...

How To: Brew coffee with a French press

In this video from sethd85 we learn how to brew coffee with a French press. For this you need coffee beans, a French press, something boil water in, and water (filtered preferred), and a coffee grinder. First boil water. Now use 2 tablespoons of coffee beans and grind them up in a grinder. You want the coffee to be very coarse. Now pour in the ground coffee into the French Press. You want a bit of a gap between the plunger and the coffee grounds. Once the water is boiled, pour the water into ...

How To: Make a coffee & egg white facial mask

In this video, the instructor shows us how to make a facial mask using coffee grounds and egg whites. First, take an empty bowl and place a 1/4 cup of coffee grounds into the bowl. After this, add an egg white to the bowl. Now, mix up the coffee grounds and egg white until they are well blended. Now, apply mixture gently to your entire face, avoiding the eye area. Once you have it placed on your face, let it set for about 10-20 minutes or until dry. Your face will start to feel tighter and yo...

How To: Make brand new paper look antique

Whether it be for a school project or just a funky looking journal or letter, making your paper look antique is very easy. Antique paper is great for invitations, props, unique stationary..lots of things! This tutorial will teach you how to age your brand new paper instantly for a neat, old fashioned look.

How To: Make an awesome cup of coffee for cheap

Kelly Sutton shows How to make awsome coffee for five bucks. Coffee only needs two ingrediants to be good, purified water, and good coffee. Get a cup, coffee holder, and coffee filters. Grind your coffee right before you make your cup for the best flavor. Fold the filter and put it in the coffee holder, then put your coffee grounds in it. Now boil the water and let it cool off a bit. You want it to be around 180-190 degrees. Pour the water into the filter that has your coffee in it, and stir ...

From Beans to Your Cup: A Coffee Primer

To say we're a nation of coffee-lovers is putting it mildly. Americans consume 400 million cups of joe in one day alone, but how well do we actually know our morning BFF? We know it comes from a bean, and that more coffee drinks exist than there are ways to skin a pig, but what else?

How To: Make coffee using a French press

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyIh00VonzY] This is an instructional video on how to use a French press coffee maker, or a "press-pot" coffee maker. The instructor tells you that with a French press you don't need to use a filter because it is built in to the maker. You simply pour ground coffee in to the maker, and fill it with hot water. You then let the coffee brew by just letting it sit for about 3 minutes. You then press down the filter using t...

Food Tool Friday: Make the Best Coffee Ever in a Turkish Ibrik

Coffee is one of the world's most popular drinks, and its fans are also usually devoted to a certain method of brewing. Some love the Keurig, others the French press, and still others swear by cold brewing. However, one of the oldest and easiest ways to brew coffee is also one of the best. If you love coffee, you should really think about getting a Turkish ibrik (also known as a cezve).

How To: Make great coffee

Tired of making less than stellar java in your drip maker? Getting great coffee at home is simple with the right ingredients! Watch this video to learn how to make great coffee.

How To: 6 Delicious Ways to Cook with Coffee

No offense to water, but if I could survive on coffee alone, I would. I swear I'm not addicted... I just really, really, really love the taste of a cuppa joe, whether it's hot, cold, frothed, milked, flavored, plain, whatever! And while my favorite thing to do with coffee will always be to drink it, recently I've become crazy about using coffee in cooking.

How To: Revolutionize Your Coffee Game with These Cold Brew Hacks

Summer is right around the corner, which means it's time to switch from perfect hot coffee to perfect cold coffee. A nice icy glass of cold coffee is wildly refreshing and just plain delicious. In my opinion, it's the key to enjoying any sunny day (warning: if you don't already drink cold coffee, you may find yourself drinking four or five glasses a day very quickly).

How To: Make a latte with microfoam

This video tutorial is going to show you how to make a latte with microfoam. Dan takes some freshly ground coffee powder and taps it down. The most important thing about making microfoam is to keep the milk very cold about 34 degrees. Dan then first works on the top of the milk with the tip of the wand and after 15 – 20 seconds he puts the wand into the milk to get it up to the right temperature of 140 – 150 degrees. He then pours the shot into a cup, taps the milk jar slightly and pours it i...

How To: Make your own catfish chum

Going cat fishing sometime soon? Stop spending a ton of money on store bought bait when you can just make it yourself! In this video, learn how to make homemade catfish chum out of food you'll many times find hiding in your fridge including balogna, ground corn, mustard, tarter sauce, cheese, ranch dressing, water, coffee grounds, and more. Watch on for the full recipe!

How To: Make spiced milk tea

This unusual clip shows you how to make spiced milk tea. The recipe is included in Gourmet Magazine. Massala Chai can be bought in coffee shops around the US. First, use cardamom pods - they need crushing to get the seeds out, although you can buy them without the pod to save time. The other spices are cinnamon, pepper corns and fennel seeds. Everything is ground together and while doing this, you simmer two cups of milk, sugar, salt, ground ginger and the spice mixture. Whisk them all togeth...

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