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Self Grinding Coffee Makers: 5 Fast Facts

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Fact #1. Coffee making technology hasn't changed much over the past several hundred years. To this day, there are just a handful of simple processes used to brew most coffee. This is regardless of whether it's being made with a simple plastic funnel or in a fancy machine that costs thousands of dollars.
Fact #2. Before the 19th century, coffee was typically brewed in a pot of boiling water, either in an infusion bag or strained once brewing was complete. Other methods, like the stovetop espresso maker and the French press, weren't developed until the 20th century, despite their non-electric designs. Even the manual pour-over method wasn't popularized until after 1908.
Fact #3. There are a variety of self grinding coffee makers that you may use. Most machines use burr mills, which consist of abrasive surfaces rotating in opposite directions. Some models will only have a single grind setting. However, if you're serious about your coffee, you'll want one that offers a bit more control.
Fact #4. A machine that offers a lot of user control may also allow you to choose the water temperature for further fine-tuning of your finished cup. It's a good idea to experiment with these settings if you purchase a unit that offers them so you can find the one that best suits your tastes. You should also consider whether you want a coffee maker with a delay timer so that you can schedule your brew in advance.
Fact #5. Some self grinding coffee makers require paper filters. Others use permanent ones, usually made of metal. Filter choice can affect the taste of your brew, so choose carefully. Remember that even if you choose a unit with a permanent filter, you'll have to remove and empty it between uses.
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