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Coffee Storage Jars: 5 Fast Facts

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Fact #1. Coffee, like any other consumable food, has a point at which it goes bad. Going bad has a different meaning with coffee than with many other foods, though. When coffee goes bad, it doesn't mean that it is spoiled and could potentially get you sick. Rather, it means that it's past the point of optimal flavor.
Fact #2. Coffee begins to degrade from a number of factors immediately after roasting. The degradation process speeds up considerably once it is ground. This is because grinding beans massively expands their surface area. This exposes more of it to the elements in the air that cause it to oxidize.
Fact #3. Most coffee storage jars can protect coffee from the elements that cause degradation. They are air-tight, which also means they won't allow moisture in the air, such as humidity, to enter either. The majority of options will also be opaque. These can be helpful for some people. They allow you to see exactly how much coffee you have left at any given time..
Fact #4. Once you've begun storing your coffee in a dedicated storage jar, consider where you should keep it. It's important to store the jar in a location that isn't exposed to high heat. Avoid placing it in a cabinet above your oven, as these are often subjected to heat radiating upwards. You should also avoid any countertop that experiences direct rays of sunlight.
Fact #5. For a long time, common household knowledge dictated that you store coffee in the freezer. This is actually a terrible place to store it. Every time you remove the coffee from the freezer, condensation will form on it. If you place it back in the freezer after it has come to room temperature, it's almost guaranteed to introduce moisture.
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