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The seeds of the fruit of the coffee plant, used to make coffee.

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the grounds get well mixed while grinding. This will make the grind much smoother and consistent. Be careful that some "burr grinders" have blades and burrs.) (2) Cold beans grind more consistently … . Per NY Times: But to achieve consistent flavor you may just need to chill your beans before grinding them. Colder beans produce smaller, more consistently sized particles when ground, yielding …
answered Dec 5 '17 by Jerry101
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accumulating rancid coffee oils, that can overpower any freshness advantage! Lots of people are happy with in-store grinding, or with grinding beans at night and letting them sit in a timed coffee maker until …
answered Aug 31 '18 by Jerry101
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the ground coffee and compare that to the weight of ground coffee that you used to use so the density variation between beans won't be a factor. (Reportedly, darker roasts are less dense than lighter …
answered Jul 23 '16 by Jerry101