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Tips on Using a Coffee Maker



Tips on Using a Coffee Maker
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     challenging words:    hotplate, overheat, grounds, coffee, saves, save, reheat, tips, certain, cause, amount, safety, reach, burn, maker, cloth


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Tips on Using a Coffee Maker
By Cathy Pearl
  

1     A coffeemaker can save you a lot of money. Buying coffee in one of those fancy coffee shops can cost a lot of money. Every coffeemaker is different, so make sure to read the instructions when you get a new one.
 
2     Coffeemakers make a certain amount of coffee. You will have to buy the right size of coffeemaker for you. If you drink a lot of coffee, you will need a bigger coffeemaker. If you don't drink a lot of coffee, a smaller coffeemaker would be better for you.
 
3     Under the coffee pot is a hotplate that keeps the coffee warm. It is important not to touch the hotplate because it could burn you. It is also important not to leave an empty glass pot on the hotplate. This could cause it to break.
 
4     When you are done with the coffee, make sure to turn the machine off. A coffeemaker that is left on can overheat. This could cause a fire. Make sure to turn the coffeemaker off when you leave the house.
 
5     Don't leave coffee on the hotplate for more than an hour. This will make it taste bad. Also, don't reheat cold coffee. This will also change the taste.

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