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# How much ground coffee needed for one cup of coffee?

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2 tablespoons of Ground Coffee per 6 0z of water (1 cup).

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For a 30-cup percolator it is necessary to measure out 1/4 cup of ground coffee for every 10 cups of coffee to be made. Therefore, a 30-cup percolator will require 3/4 cup of ground coffee. If coffee is to be a little stronger than normal, add another tablespoon of ground coffee to the percolator basket.

For strong coffee, you can use the ratio of 1 spoon of ground coffee to every cup. But for a big 30-cup pot, you can reduce the measurement to 25 spoons of ground coffee.

In a regular recipe, there is 1/3 cup medium-coarse ground coffee per serving.

This depends on how strong you like your coffee. I use one tablespoon per cup.

1 cup = 8 ounces This is prepared coffee, not ground coffee beans

1 Tbs of coffee beans yields 2 Tbs of ground coffee. http://www.ehow.com/how_4910924_measure-coffee-beans.html since 2 Tbs of ground coffee is the standard measurement for 1 cup of coffee (6oz), then all you need is 1 Tbs of coffee beans per cup of coffee.

The amount of ground coffee to use for a 55 cup coffee maker is about 1 and 1/8 cups. Each 10 cup coffee maker will use about 1/4 cup of coffee.

It really depended on where you bought the cup of coffee.

You can get a cup of coffee for as little as \$1.50 and as much as \$5 at high-end coffeeshops.

The usually amount of coffee grounds for one cup of coffee is one table spoon. For twenty-four cups of coffee, twenty-four tablespoons of coffee would be needed.

There is no set weight for a coffee cup. These coffee cup's weight depends on the material and size of the cup.

A medium cup of coffee is usually 8 oz. or 1 cup.

4 ounces of fresh medium ground coffee will brew a good 22 cup pot. That would equal 12 tablespoons of fresh ground bean. Use fresh cold water in a clean pot for the best tasting coffee.

No, apples do not contain as much caffiene as a cup of coffee.

That really depends on how strong you like your coffee. I think most containers call for one tablespoon of coffee per cup. I don't particularly like mine that strong, so I use about 10 tablespoons for a 12-cup pot. If you were making a 30-cup pot of coffee, I would use anywhere from 24-30 tablespoons of coffee (about 1 1/2 cups) depending on your preference. For strong coffee, you can use the ratio of 1 spoon of ground coffee to every cup. But for a big 30-cup pot, you can reduce the measurement to 25 spoons of ground coffee. You will need 30 cups of cold fresh water. 15 tablespoons of fresh ground coffee. Make sure the pot is spotlessly clean.

The average cup of coffee cost 5 cents in 1920. Today, that same cup of coffee may cost as much as two dollars.

An 80 cup percolating urn would need at least 14 ounces of fresh ground coffee. Use very fresh cold water. Start with a super clean pot for the best flavour.

It is found in coffee, how much is a cup of coffee where you live?

You will need 7 tablespoons of coffee for a 14 cup coffee maker. That is just over 2 ounces of ground coffee. Remember to use fresh clean cold water. Start with a clean coffee carafe for the best coffee as residual oils from the previous brew can taint the flavour.

You will need 7 tablespoons of coffee for a 14 cup coffee maker. That is just over 2 ounces of ground coffee. Remember to use fresh clean cold water. Start with a clean coffee carafe for the best coffee as residual oils from the previous brew can taint the flavour.

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