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[Amazon.ca] NESCAFÉ Rich French Vanilla Keurig Coffee Capsules, 12 Count, $3 (Add-on Item)

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[Amazon.ca] NESCAFÉ Rich French Vanilla Keurig Coffee Capsules, 12 Count, $3 (Add-on Item)

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Jr. Member
Jun 30, 2019
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I'm I the only one who finds capsule such a waste of money and non environment friendly?
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Sep 25, 2015
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Spiritualx wrote: I'm I the only one who finds capsule such a waste of money and non environment friendly?
It's convenient to just pop a capsule in and get a coffee. What do you suggest as a replacement brother?
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Jan 12, 2017
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RedStrikeCa wrote: It's convenient to just pop a capsule in and get a coffee. What do you suggest as a replacement brother?
instant nescafe!
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Spiritualx wrote: I'm I the only one who finds capsule such a waste of money and non environment friendly?
Reusable pod with your own fresh ground coffee.... just make sure you use a paper filter and you are good to go!
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Jr. Member
May 22, 2018
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Keurig is incredibly wasteful and harmful to the environment. Would advise against this product.
RedStrikeCa wrote: It's convenient to just pop a capsule in and get a coffee. What do you suggest as a replacement brother?
You can just as easily buy ground coffee. If you have a machine, great. If not, just boil some water and let it sit in a french press for 2 minutes.
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Mar 8, 2009
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Toronto
Spiritualx wrote: I'm I the only one who finds capsule such a waste of money and non environment friendly?
Hard to argue that they're not bad for the environment, but I buy them from costco for less than $0.25 each and i dont have to mess around with grounds and filters and washing pots and so on.

Well worth it.
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Sep 19, 2012
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Edmonton
Spiritualx wrote: I'm I the only one who finds capsule such a waste of money and non environment friendly?
If you're asking "am I the only one" the answer is always no
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Aug 23, 2009
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UmarF7302 wrote: Keurig is incredibly wasteful and harmful to the environment. Would advise against this product.



You can just as easily buy ground coffee. If you have a machine, great. If not, just boil some water and let it sit in a french press for 2 minutes.
Many pods are compostable and recyclable.
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Dec 22, 2012
405 posts
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Mississauga
There are certain ones that are recyclable like nabob. Or even 100% compostable (ethical bean)

But in general yes not recyclable. But the mess that it is making a single coffee is a pain

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