If you are a coffee-lover, you probably already have a thousand coffee filters stored away in your survival pantry. But wait! Coffee filters are useful for lots of things besides filtering coffee.
I will be first to admit that there are a lot of lists floating around with suggested uses for coffee filters but most include all kinds of uses that are nice, but totally irrelevant to the prepper. After all, if you are in experiencing hard times, or a survival situation, do you really care about preventing your fine china from chipping?
Earlier this year I posted an article with 29 great uses of coffee filters for survival purposes. It became one of my all-time most popular articles. Who would have thought?
In cased you missed it, here it is again!
The Final Word
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Bargain Bin: Just a couple of related items today for your consideration.
Brew Rite Coffee Filter – 700 ct.: Coffee filters are cheap. Try Costco or the Dollar Store – or Amazon, of course.
Bodum New Kenya 34-Ounce Coffee Press: A coffee press is a great way to make coffee – on or off the grid.
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