Caffeine Trivia 04.09.14

Storing ground coffee You shouldn’t need to store ground coffee at all because you should start with whole beans and grind only what you need right before you need it. But if you must, store ground coffee the same way you would beans — in a sealed airtight container in a cool, dark place. Don’t bother freezing ground coffee, with so much surface area exposed it won’t stay fresh any longer than in the pantry (1-2 days).


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