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Old 11-26-2010, 05:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Not knocking just remembering how coffee was made when I went camping/hunting years ago. The coffee had a lot of body among other things floating in it. If I remember Maxwell House was used and the grind was similar to percolator blend. A large pot was used and about a cup of coffee grinds was put in. Water was obtained from someplace and the the stuff was boiled for a while. It was filtered through an old sock into a variety of cups that we used to consume the stuff. It was not lame. It kept you awake. It gave you a headache.
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I gave up drugs no problem. I gave up alcohol no problem. But if you're going to try and take my coffee, well, come heavy. And wear Kevlar.


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I actually used my French press for the Turkish coffee I had bought in NYC, and it turned out quite well. Good enough for government work anyway.
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We have two other coffee makers and my French press, so we will survive until the new carafe arrives, but it is hard. I used the little 4 cup Mr. Coffee this morning, which perfectly fills up my mug once. LOL
That's one hellva cupa joe!
I only have an altoid here or there when at work haha.
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