How does a coffee machine work so that it makes coffee?


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2010-11-10 01:23:46
2010-11-10 01:23:46

It works like this: you put the coffee under the coffee machine and then press the botton then the coffee will come out. And so on so the coffee will come out.

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It makes more coffee per pot than a vacuum brewer. If there is a crowd, you would want something that makes more coffee in a shorter amount of time. so that people aren't waiting for their coffee.

Gabby is a Techy, yes, I agree with you. He is not a coffee machine, which must of randomly came out of your hands. But Gabby is a computer thingy and so, he is a Techy.

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Keurig coffee brewers get many good reviews on, siting the speed of coffee preparation, ease of use, and convenience. A few reviewers didn't like the noise the machine makes, and one reviewer complained that the coffee tastes bad. Another con is the expense of the K-cups that the machine uses. Be aware that these are single cup brewers, so if you are hoping to make coffee for multiple people at one time, this would not be the choice for you.

K-Cup coffee is convenient to use, since a single serving of coffee is prepackaged in a cup, so no measuring of coffee is required. To use, simply place the cup in the machine, close the lid, and the machine will make coffee. Apart from coffee, certain K-Cup machines do have other varieties such as teas.

Many Americans wake up every day to the smell and taste of a fresh cup of coffee, whether they’re heading off to work or hanging out, reading the paper on the weekend. A good cup of coffee is a great way to start a day, and it all starts with the right coffee maker. If you’re a fan of coffee and you make a lot of it yourself, your home brew is only going to be as strong as the machine you’re brewing with. So, you’ll want to make sure the coffee machine you’re using is the right one. There are several things you need to consider when shopping for the right coffee machine for your kitchen. The first thing you want to look for is the programmable timer. Many coffee machines are easy to use, allowing you to pour in the coffee and water and hit go. These are great, and inexpensive, but sometimes you need a little more. If you make coffee every morning before you head to work, you’re going to want to be able to set the timer on the machine so it goes off without you having to worry about it. Make sure you pick up a machine with a programmable timer for just this purpose. The next thing you’re going to want to consider is size. Coffee makers come in all shapes and sizes, so make sure you select the right one for you. If you live on your own, you really don’t need to make a full, 12-cup pot of coffee every day. You can get by with a much smaller, two-to-four cup machine. If you’re making coffee for a group, though, you’re going to want the heavy-duty, 12-cup mammoth machine. Making a perfectly brewed cup of coffee at home can really start your day off right, so make sure you have the right machine for the job. Finding the right sized coffee machine with a programmable timer can make a world of difference for your coffee making schedule.

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The time needed for a single serving of coffee depends on the brewing time. And the brewing time is programmable in this machine. So it depends upon you how long you want to brew the coffee for.

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Coffee makes you short. But it has milk in it so that's a very good thing. You shouldn't drink coffee a lot though. Maximum, is 5 cups per day.

Start with fresh roasted coffee beans and grind to a medium fine grind. For each cup of fresh cold water add ½ tablespoon of ground coffee. Your coffee machine should be very clean before brewing. Auto-Drip coffee, percolated or French press (bodum), everyone has a preferred method. Water temperature is critical and should be between 195 and 200 so don't use rapidly boiling water.

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so far you can work at the coffee shop

The definition of a machine is a device that reduces human effort, so yes.

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Yes 4 cups of coffee can make you smarter...NOT it simulates the brain and makes it so you cant say the right words.

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the thing that makes it so addicting is the caffeine.just like energy drinks they are to addictive

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