Natural and Thrifty in 365: #107 Switch to Unbleached Coffee Filters


Bleach in your coffee? Yes, that is exactly what will happen if you use most white coffee filters. So an easy way to avoid this is to switch to using unbleached coffee filters. It’s a simple step that most people can make for their health, the environment, and it doesn’t take a lot of investment to do.

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10 Comments:
  1. we stopped using bleached liners until hubby bought the wrong ones 2 weeks ago LOL but we have a reusable filter basket that my bestie gave me :)

  2. I look forward to the whistle of the tea kettle each morning to mix with my grounds. When you have coffee any other way it’s just not as good!

  3. I picked up a permanent filter for about 3$ and now I never have to buy coffee filters again!

  4. we always buy the unbleached ones at kroger. only place we can find them here.

  5. I bought a mesh coffee filter at Wal-mart for less than 5 dollars. It is reusable, so I never have to worry about filters!

  6. The unbleached ones are much better for your compost bin too! Compost bins love coffee grounds and filters. :)

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