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How does the french press coffee maker process work?

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A french press coffee maker uses boiling water, freshly ground beans, and a plunger. You add coarse ground coffee beans and hot water, and brew the coffee yourself. Once it has brewed, you slowly push down the plunger to hold the grounds at the bottom of the press. Then, you pour the coffee and enjoy.

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