[CnD] Coffeemakers that use K cups

Melanie Bausom mbausom at comcast.net
Sun Oct 4 10:22:32 EDT 2015

Hi everyone,
I know this has been discussed some, but I don't remember which brands
people mentioned. I'm looking for a coffeemaker other than a Keurig that
uses the K cups. I've had two Keurigs and they both went bad in less than a
year. I'm hoping to get one that won't quit on me. 
Any help would be much appreciated.

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Subject: [CnD] pouring into a cup.

Hi all,
A liquid level indicator is very helpful, but if you don't have one
available, you can do several things, such as: putting the container on a
tray to catch any spills, or putting the container in the sink for the same
reason.  If the liquid isn't boiling hot, you can use a finger on the inside
of the cup to feel for the level of the liquid.  
Practice also helps.  You can practice with cold liquid just to get the feel
of pouring before going to the hot liquid.
Hope all of this helps.

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