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  1. #11
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    Re: Coffee Bean Containers

    Quote Originally Posted by cuppED
    I think you can since the whole point of beans going bad is b/c of air exposure. That'd probably be the best way to preserve the beans actually!

    what i mean is that, will it not suck the coffee powders? coz there are vacuum sealers that do not work well when it comes to powders.

  2. #12
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    Re: Coffee Bean Containers

    You should roast your beans then put them in an air tight jar for some day, only then you should use them. It really gives you a tasty coffee.


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