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Coffee pods are the paper containers with ground coffee, designed to be brewed in the special coffee machine.

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Completely reusable, stainless-steel, zero-waste Nespresso pods any good?

Getting ready to buy an inexpensive espresso setup for at work. I've been very happy with the EC155, but I've noticed that Nespresso machines are very well engineered, very inexpensive, and much ...
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Is there any specific orientation when using ESE pod?

Recently I got Handpresso POP. At first I used ground coffee, but it makes huge mess on my office desk through whole brewing process. So, I bought some ESE pods. It was way easier and cleaner than ...
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Coffee pod producers in europe? [closed]

How many coffee pod producers are in Europe? And how many coffee producers that does not provide pods?
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Why some coffee pods are under pressure?

I am quite sure that air prejudices the quality of the coffee. So why some coffee pods are under pressure? Shouldn't they be in vacuum?
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Can coffee pods be recycled?

There are now a variety of systems using single-serving coffee pods or capsules. But what happens to the capsules after they are used? What are these capsules actually made of? How much of the ...
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Can coffee pods be brewed in cup?

I have a plenty of coffee pods but our coffee machine is currently broken. Can I simply drop the coffee pod into the cup and deluge it with hot water, such as tee bags, or how many people are ...