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As I drink my artificially flavored, because it had to be clarified on the bag in case I did not figure that out on my own, Chocolate Mocha Coffee this morning, I reminded myself to not throw the grounds in the trash, but instead to use them in the landscaping.
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We do not currently use coffee filters, though if I got out our drip coffee maker I would. However, I have started adding coffee to the front landscaping. If you come to my front door, only to realize there is a fair coffee scent in the air, you have been warned.