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Posted Wed Jan 15, 2014, 3:50pm Subject: Article in Washington Post (Food Section) on January 15
There is a good article in the Washington Post (Food Section) of today, January 15, comparing about ten different brewing methods. The article can be accessed on the Post's website. A much better article about coffee culture than you generally see in the general media. The best brewing method? The author of the article says it depends, which is the only real answer.
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