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I have a coffeemate flat bottom filter and don't know how course to grind

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Hi. I started with on a middle setting and noted the taste of the coffee. Grind small amounts at a time. Then change the settings for more or less fine grounds to taste. However, the largest factor in coffee making is the water. Filtered water is best. Then the last factor: the milk/cream/whitener issue. Between taste, cost and calories a bit of decision making is needed to provide the best cup of coffee for your needs. Regards.

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