Canberra coffee roaster Red Brick has opened its fourth cafe, breathing new life into a ground floor space in Molonglo Group’s Nishi Building in the NewActon precinct. Dubbed ‘Makeshift by Red Brick’, the new outlet is in the space fronting Phillip Law Street, formerly occupied by Max Brenner Chocolate adjacent to the Palace Electric Cinema. Red […]
Every morning, Umm Jamal stirs her coffee as heavy bombardment thuds overhead. This sparsely furnished basement in Syria's Eastern Ghouta has become her home since bombardment made life above ground too dangerous. Like Umm Jamal, many...Show More Summary
If you're a coffee-drinker, you generate a generous amount of coffee grounds each day. Definitely don't toss them down the literal drain (coffee grounds are among the biggest offenders when it comes to drain-clogging kitchen scraps),...Show More Summary
Portable espresso machines often use pumps or screws to push water through ground coffee. The upcoming Leverpresso uses a simpler lever mechanism that still lets you control your coffee’s taste. It also lets you make up to two shots of espresso in one go.
A pour-over is a very easy way to make a good cup of coffee. The technique involves slowly pouring hot water over freshly ground coffee beans, letting the coffee trickle out into a basin below. While you can simply prop a coffee filter over your mug, it’s a bit easier to use a... The post Bodum Pour Over Coffee Maker, reviewed appeared first on Baking Bites.
Recently I bought ground coffee for $1.24 per pound. That is not a typo. All I had to do was overlook the slight dent in the side of the 29-ounce can. I did. As a result, we got the makings of 225 cups o’ joe for a little less than a penny each. Show More Summary
Funghi Espresso teaches others how to quickly grow mushrooms from coffee grounds, and form burgers from said mushrooms. Read more on MAKE The post Edible Innovations: Growing Mushrooms from Coffee Grounds and Making them into Burgers appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
An environmentally friendly coffee machine and a way to turn used coffee grounds into a new type of ink are helping to increase the green credentials of one of the most popular beverages in the world.
Long security lines, major delays, and red-eye flights—flying can be exhausting, even if you use tricks to fall asleep on a plane. Still, you might want to wait until you’re on solid ground to get your caffeine fix. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Funghi Espresso is a start-up that aims to get people to reuse their coffee grounds as a substrate for mushrooms. Read more on MAKE The post Edible Innovations: Use Coffee Grounds to Grow Mushrooms appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
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Q: Do cucumber peels, coffee grounds, cinnamon, or grits control fire ants? A: In a word, no. The grits/fire ant control myth has been around for ages. Folks mistakenly think that fire ants will eat the dry grits, which will explode in their stomach. In fact, fire ant workers can’t eat solid food. They carry […]
The perks of a cup of coffee don't have to end when the grounds are dumped in the trash. Used coffee grounds have been used to make warmer clothing, pave roads, capture carbon from the air, and even suck up sewer stench, and now a London-based...Show More Summary
Bio-bean has launched a pilot project in the city of London that created 1,580 gallons of bio-fuel from recycled coffee grounds to fuel the city's buses. The post London city buses now running on bio-fuel from used coffee grounds appeared first on GrindTV.com.
The oil giant Shell is partnering with the biofuel firm bio-bean to begin powering some of London's buses with processed waste coffee grounds. To be more specific, some of London's buses will begin using a new biofuel dubbed "B20," which features a 20% bio-component containing part coffee oil. Show More Summary
Coffee is now fueling the London commuter in more ways than one. As of yesterday, some of London's buses are getting a biofuel boost with oil extracted from used grounds. According to the BBC, coffee oil mixed with diesel is now part of the city's public transportation fuel supply. Show More Summary
The famous red buses of London could soon use coffee grounds as a fuel source. Sadly – or thankfully depending on your viewpoint – the buses won’t emit a coffee smell. The test is part of a wider project to reduce pollution from theShow More Summary
In an effort to curb toxic diesel fumes, oil from used grounds has been added to the fuel for the British capital’s iconic red double-deckers.
It’s found a way to turn coffee waste into sustainable biofuel.