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How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Coffee

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Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with advertisers on this site. The days of picking up a latte or cold brew on your way to work are now on hold for many because of the coronavirus pandemic, but Americans haven’t given up their thirst for coffee; they’re just making it themselves. Coffee consumption, already up 5 percent in the past five years, has taken a bigger leap in the past month or so. Sales of whole bean and ground coffee in mid-March were 61 percent higher than at the same time last year, according to data analytics company IRI. If you...

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My Latest Snag: Fabric Face Masks

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What an odd time in our lives, but I have been shopping for reusable fabric face masks for my family as New Yorkers are now required to wear them in public when social distancing is not possible. (And honestly, it’s usually not possible to maintain a six foot berth because we live in such tight quarters.) A couple of sources for fabric face masks I’ve found: BUSY BEES KIDS — MAKES ADULT SIZES TOO ALICE & OLIVIA BUCK MASON (GREAT FOR MEN) LA MADE PARKER THATCH P.S. On a more frivolous front, shared some ways to make the everyday a...

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How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Coffee

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Consumer Reports has no financial relationship with advertisers on this site. The days of picking up a latte or cold brew on your way to work are now on hold for many because of the coronavirus pandemic, but Americans haven’t given up their thirst for coffee; they’re just making it themselves. Coffee consumption, already up 5 percent in the past five years, has taken a bigger leap in the past month or so. Sales of whole bean and ground coffee in mid-March were 61 percent higher than at the same time last year, according to data analytics company IRI. If you...

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