Can you use Turkish ground coffee in a regular drip coffee pot?

Can you use Turkish ground coffee in a regular drip coffee pot?

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  1. I have done it with double filters when I was desperate. Interesting experience and I would do it again. Depends on how well you adjust to something new

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  2. No. The fine grinds will clog the filter paper and dam up the water.
    In Israel, many people use Turkish ground coffee to make ‘mud coffee’. Just add hot water and let the grounds settle in your cup, drink your brew and stop when you hit the ‘mud’.
    Alternatively, you could use a coarse weave cloth like muslin cloth, and tie the coffee up in a bag of this cloth, then steep in the water to extract and remove when it’s done. You could even go as far as to sew a square bag with one side open, thread a loop of stiff wire around the open end, and make a submergable bag to brew the coffee.

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  3. Not successfully. In the past, I have tried to use coffee ground finer than I usually use in a drip coffee maker. The finer grind will clog the paper filter or slip through the pores of a mesh filter. If you are desperate and that is all you have, you could try but I recommend that you get a saucepan and make Turkish or cowboy coffee .
    Original question: Can you use Turkish ground coffee in a regular drip coffee pot?

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  4. Probably not, as Turkish coffee, is or has touched the water, then strain with a metal filter, that’s the difference, with the coffee, NOT THE LIQUID GOING THROUGH PAPER.
    I didn’t know myself, until I, saw some pictures.

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