The yogawear company RumiX makes every piece of clothing it sells from materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill or the ocean. For many yogis, achieving balance has to do with much more than just nailing the one-legged tree pose. Show More Summary
(Vanderbilt University) Vanderbilt engineers have designed a 'granular jamming cap' filled with coffee grounds that can improve the accuracy of the sophisticated 'GPS' system that surgeons use for nose and throat surgery.
Climate change could wipe out more than half of Ethiopia's coffee production unless farmers move to higher ground, scientists warned Monday.
During the era of French colonialism, the Vietnamese took coffee and made it their own. Now everyone in Saigon drinks coffee, which is made one cup at a time, with a generous amount of ground coffee, and not in a hurry. The Vietnamese like their “cà phê” sweet. Show More Summary
Can you believe that people get paid bazillions of dollars to take perfectly good companies and run them into the ground? Ford's recently departed CEO, Mark Fields, refused to wake up and smell the EV coffee percolating right under his nose. Show More Summary
The Wellesley cafe is related to Broken Grounds Cafe Wellesley will welcome a new source for coffee this week with the opening of CrepeBerry Cafe, a sibling to Broken Grounds Cafe in Newton. Owner Amelia Childs debuts her new project...Show More Summary
Q: A friend says to feed ferns with bananas. Is this true? A: The peels provide no more benefits to ferns than coffee grounds, carrot shreds, apple skins or any other source of easily decomposable organic matter. All of these are beneficial because they contain nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium but banana peels aren’t markedly superior […]
Being on the trail can have a small home-town feel. Everyone seems to know everyone, or at least to have heard of each other. I fully realized this as I sat at a coffee shop in Hot Springs, North Carolina, when a hiker I didn’t know asked me if I was feeling better; She heard that I had gotten sick after Gatlinburg. Show More Summary
Used coffee grounds can already be turned into things such as water filters, road material, carbon-capture media, and biofuel. Unfortunately in the case of the latter, it's a fairly complex affair, making its widespread use unlikely....Show More Summary
Bags of old coffee grounds hang in the dank dressing rooms of an abandoned Rotterdam water park, growing oyster mushrooms. Two men turned the former Tropicana space, an old teen hangout, into the perfect damp, dim environment for their business, making use of the structure while the city council decides what to do with it. …
Moms: They're our best friends, our superheroes, our #1 supporters and our biggest cheerleaders. Even with all the nagging, guilt-tripping and grounding, we know they mean well (most of the time). Whether it's your best friend, mentor or grandmother, everyone has a mom in their life. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
When visual artist Luca Zannoto was called upon by the Finnish coffee company Paulig to create a cup of coffee with a single bean, he happily obliged. Using that one bean ground upon an emory board with water boiled over a candle and everything else in miniature, Zannoto very gracefully created the world’s smallest cup […]
Frank Body, the Australian, coffee-based skincare line, is literally a cup of coffee for your skin. Their Original Coffee Body scrub, which is basically a bag of coffee grounds and other skin-softening goodies, is a godsend for those of us that need a double or triple dose of caffeine to get going. It also happens to… Read more...
Did you know you should be cleaning your coffee pot every month? Not just to get out old coffee grounds, but also because your coffee maker may have mold growing in it. Yep, mold. One study found that around half of classic coffee makers had mold and yeast growing in their reservoirs, and about one in 10 has coliform bacteria in them. Show More Summary
Pour over coffee is an intriguing alternative to the drip method or French press. As its name implies, it involves pouring small amounts of water through coffee grounds using a carafe and special kind of kettle. This infographic breaks down everything you need to know about brewing coffee the old way. More »
Melbourne used to be have the reputation as the coffee queen of Australia, if not the world. I mean, if Starbucks can’t even compete in Melbourne because the coffee is so good, then that tells you something about the competition. But Canberra is now wrestling to take on that crown. Yes, Canberra. We now have […]
While delivering oyster mushrooms to restaurants in the heart of Montreal, Lysiane Roy Maheu stops to get a bucket filled with coffee grounds from a barista friend. Three times a week, Roy Maheu and her friend Dominique Lynch-Gauthier,...Show More Summary
When you buy any item from Jordan Karcher’s pooch-inspired coffee company, Grounds & Hounds, including its cheeky blends like Paper & Slippers and Morning Walk, part of the proceeds go to a shelter near you. In 2015, Grounds & Hounds’ donations helped partners provide blankets, food and services for an estimated 2,000 rescue pups. Show More Summary
The coffee pod market has ballooned so much in recent years that it is expected to overtake instant and ground coffee as soon as 2020 — but its popularity represents a huge environmental problem. The majority of those handy, single-serve plastic coffee capsules are never recycled. Show More Summary
Spent coffee grounds have all sorts of uses around the house and in your beauty routine. Instead of tossing yours in the trash after every pot, you could actually be salvaging them as garden fertilizer, natural pest repellent for your plants, skin exfoliation, and even cellulite treatment. But there’s one surprising way to reuse coffee […]