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    Quality coffee for Keurig

    Any recommendations on a quality Keurig coffee?

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    Let me pick my favorite processed chemical laden liquid for the trash generation device... Funny, I don't have one.
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    Is a Keurig no good?

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    Some people on here just get kicks out of being high and mighty... What a shame

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    Upgraded coffee from www.bulletproofexec.com, if that's too expensive find some organic coffee beans. Use a grinder and a French press.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PandaRose View Post
    Is a Keurig no good?
    PandaRose, I don't have a Keurig and have never tried it but I do know more and more coffee places are doing their own version. Starbucks is already and I heard Peets is as well. Personally, I dont drink flavored coffee because I don't like the taste.

    I also have to say I have tried the upgraded coffee from the Bulletproof site and I don't like it at all. It tasted sour to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PandaRose View Post
    Some people on here just get kicks out of being high and mighty... What a shame
    Unfortunately, you are correct.

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    Keurig is a disaster. It is so easy to make a pure product that doesn't generate plastic trash with every serving and for all that costs less too... I do not understand why a product that gives you a worse product for more money and is counter to the values of many consumers is a commercial success. That's not high and mighty, that is a considered opinion / statement of the blatently obvious.

    The high and mighty part is that if I walk into your house and see one, I do think less of you.
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    Keurigs make coffee at work very easy (since everybody drinks different kinds).

    I am glad you posted because I had been thinking the same thing. I wonder if I could get peats here.

    If you are worried about the plastic etc i understand there may be a fill able one somewhere although I don't have any information on it so I might have that wrong.

    I usually just buy the Starbucks ones...

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    Yes they now have reusable ones. You can use any coffee with those.

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