Emptying Coffee Pods

I used to find emptying coffee pods could be messy, whether in your garbage, on a paper towel or down the sink. All were messy, not eco-friendly, and would even cost you if the paper towel method was used.
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I now use an empty plastic container. Simple, clean easy. I use a Smart One dinner container. Also with my Keurig, it has a "handle" so it can be done immediately after use.

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March 3, 20180 found this helpful

I do the same with my mesh basket from the coffee maker, but in a tall yogurt container. Then when it is about 3/4 full, I give it to my neighbors for their flowers.

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