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You can also buy something like this
It's a reusable K- cup. You have to put your coffee in it, but you can reuse it.
This is an expensive one, I bought a really cheap 7 pack one. I fill them all up on say Sunday and just use them like regular for the weekdays.
Some see these as adding waste and I do agree, however.. at our work people use these and use less of the disposable cups. We require employees to bring in their own reusable mug.
for me personally I like the convenience at home when I have guests each can have their own type and I am not brewing a whole pot of coffee for a few cups.
Also, there are Keurig type re-usable K-pods you can put your own ground coffee into.
I use these at home and work.
They already have that product. Did you bother to look first?
Anyone that uses K Cups or drinks coffee generally doesn't care about the environment anyway. If they did, they wouldn't drink coffee.
I have never, EVER, used an actual disposable K-cup with my unit.
Because I have my own coffee, thanks. And don't want to throw out little plastic cups for the rest of my damn life.
It's not Tassimo, but I use Keurig's refillable k-cup at home. I looked up "refillable tassimo" on Amazon and they had a few options, but I have no idea if they'll fit your pod. Most of them work great.
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I use this one and I really like it. I also have tiny filters for it. They’re not necessary, and I don’t remember why I bought them, but they make cleanup even easier.
Who even wastes money on k cups anymore? Just buy one of those things that let you put in regular coffee yourself.
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You'll need one of these. You can find them nearly everywhere Keurig products are sold.
If you REALLY have to go the kcup route( which I highly discourage) then you may want to consider getting a few of these. This way you can buy quality FRESH ROASTED coffee, buy a quality grinder and actually drink good coffee rather then stuff that was ground months ago and has been sitting in a warehouse. Doesnt really sound like anyone is drinking espresso so why not just get a really nice drip machine and grinder? Something like this. Grinding a dose of beans and putting them in a filter and pressing a button is not hard.
Get one of these
It will save you so much money
We don't use the pre-packaged K-Cups, but rather one of the reusable ones.
It makes the perfect amount of coffee to go in the morning, and is extremely easy to use.
That's why you can buy the reusable cup!
You can buy this reusable Keurig filter and put in the coffee of your choice.
Actually, I buy no cups.
They also make a pod adapter if you're a pod person.
I think it's reasonable myself, but if not you can always get one of these.
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I would highly recommend buying one of these though for those times when you do want fresh coffee, and for anyone else wants to use one: