Can you use coffee pods without a machine?

Can you use coffee pods without a machine?

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  1. Despite the obviously sarcastic answers in this thread, the answer is no. You’d have to open them, shake out the infinitesimally small amount of coffee, and use a traditional method to make rather meh coffee.
    The pods are expensive compared to regular methods, so doing this means you are paying a lot for a rather disappointing cup of coffee. Get a pod coffee maker, give them to a friend, or donate to a food bank. All would be better than this.

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  2. To use coffee pods without a machine, start by placing a coffee pod into an empty coffee mug. Then, pour some boiling water into the mug until it’s nearly full. Let the coffee pod steep in the water for several minutes, stirring it occasionally. The longer you leave the pod in, the stronger your coffee will be

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  3. As noted, it is possible but it probably isn’t the best use of the pods.
    One other thing to consider is that similar to razor blades, the nespresso pod business model means that the machine is relatively cheap compared to the replacement parts (the handle of a razor to draw analogy would be the machine) so if you have lots of pods for some reason, you would potentially be better to take the cost of the machine and use the pods as designed.

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  4. There wouldn’t be any point. You’d do better to buy fresh coffee. That’s because it will be both cheaper and better quality.
    If you really do want to use coffee pods, though, I’d recommend getting a Nespresso coffee machine. I’ve reviewed some on my website if they’re helpful to you at all?
    The Best Coffee Machine Reviews | Jamie’s Family Kitchen

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  5. When I got rid of my Keurig in favor of a Bunn, I had a bunch of pods, So I just opened them all and dumped the coffee into a glass jar with a lid. Used that to make coffee until they were all gone. Then I bought some regular coffee. Keurig is convenient, but not if you are making coffee in mugs. It makes 6 OZ cups the best. I drink 14 OZ mugs. Sorry Keurig.

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