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Even a good burr grinder can sometimes leave small
particles of coffee that slip through the screen of my
French press, giving the coffee a bit of a grainy texture or
an over-brewed flavor. Proposed is a coffee maker that
uses diatomaceous earth to filter out the ground coffee,
just as a pool
filter does. This would produce extremely
clear coffee with no paper taste, and the filter would be
How I make my coffee
[Ian Tindale, May 25 2017]
||I wonder which components of the coffee would make it
through a carbon filter? You could simply use an absolute
aperture filter like those used for filtering drinking water -
they come in different sizes and you could play around until
you found the right size.
||Ah yes, the old No.4 Coffee Machine. Gotta backflush every 3k gallons or so, of course.
||Instant granules are pretty grit-free
||Better than a DG coffee filter.
||Depleted uranium. I like mine with a bit of zing.