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coffee grounds

a term used to describe vomited blood. See hematemesis.
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We are thrilled to find a solution that will greatly reduce our impact on the environment and dispose of our coffee grounds and other organic waste in a more efficient and sustainable manner," stated Adam S.
We were sitting around drinking coffee and looked at the coffee grounds and thought 'I wonder if we can use this for methane storage?
PUT coffee grounds in a circle around plants to keep slugs and snails off - just don't touch stems.
When the boxes are full, they are shipped to Keurig's disposal partner, which turns the used coffee grounds into compost and sends the rest out to be incinerated in a "waste-to-energy" power plant.
Coffee grounds, for example, can be sprinkled at the bottom of any plant to improve drainage in clay soils, and especially plants that like rich, moist organic soils like azaleas and blueberries, Tornio says.
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Fungi Futures make the UK's first and only gourmet mushroom grow kit that grows from recycled coffee grounds.
It did seem a little strange to stick a box full of recycled coffee grounds in my basement.
Second, B vitamins are added to the coffee grounds.
But Alejandro Velez, 24, and Nikhil Arora, 25, have found a way to put some of the discarded grounds to use: Their company, Back to the Roots (BTTR), sells kits for growing gourmet oyster mushrooms in coffee grounds at home.
The kits also help the environment, using recycled coffee grounds as the growing medium.