coffee filter

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: filter - filter (usually of paper) that passes the coffee and retains the coffee groundscoffee filter - filter (usually of paper) that passes the coffee and retains the coffee grounds
filter - device that removes something from whatever passes through it
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Alternatively, you could use several cotton balls or a coffee filter.
These include finger figurines, patterned pencil spinners, bitty bricks, woven watercolors, easy emoji pins, homemade mandala mural, coffee filter flowers, cardboard and clay checkers, three-step beads, and wearable art.
The asset will be installed on the site where Ahlstrom-Munksjo already manufactures tea and coffee filter paper and fibrous meat-casing materials.
site where the company already has extensive knowledge in the manufacturing of tea and coffee filter paper and fibrous meat casing materials.
So use a standard coffee filter instead as a way of leaving your screen clean and clear.
and wash them thoroughly under running water, then tip them on to a paper coffee filter to dry - do not use kitchen roll as the seeds will stick.
Remove from freezer, skim fat and strain through a coffee filter.
It's a drip-brewed for several hours in a traditional metal coffee filter before being served.
Company officials are hoping to cut that down to size with the introduction of Cameron's BetterBrew Eco Coffee Pods, which replace the plastic shell with a coffee filter for a full-flavor brew that tastes like drip-brewed coffee.
In 1976, the Rudolph family entered the coffee filter business and later expanded into other consumer products including wet wipes in the 1980s.
These traditional drip coffee drinkers will now be able to place their K-cups inside of a Make1Cup device and replace their standard coffee filter basket with the Make1Cup attachment.