Making Coffee Without a Coffeemaker
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1. Fill a pan with water and turn on the heat. Use a little more water than you would normally use when making coffee, since some of it is going to get left behind.
2. When the water's boiling, add your coffee. The amount of coffee you need will vary, but aim for two tablespoons of coffee for every six ounces of water you use.
3. Kill the heat immediately, cover the pan, and wait until all of the grounds settle at the bottom — it will take four to five minutes.
4. You're done: Just slowly pour the coffee off the top or ladle it into cups, and you're all set.