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The Secret to a Great Cup of Coffee

Written by Lisette Gavina Lopez.

Knowing how to make a great cup of coffee is one of life’s necessities, and the coffee experts at Project Life are ready to help. Brewing that perfect cup of coffee is a science, and achieving it involves the control of 6 key variables:

Fresh, high-quality coffee

Choose fresh 100 percent Arabica beans from a Coffee Roaster that is committed to quality. The package should be sealed airtight by vacuum or nitrogen flush to ensure freshness. Coffee should always smell fresh when you open the package and it should be used within one week of opening. Oxygen is the number one enemy of coffee, so always store coffee it in an airtight container in the freezer to minimize exposure to air.

Do's and Don'ts of Refrigerator Storage

Written by Danielle Travali.

A refrigerator stuffed with fresh food is a major blessing in life. But a fridge filled with random tubs of mysterious grub from who-knows-when can be a total hassle when you’re searching for something delicious, nutritious and fresh to eat. Here’s our list of basic DOs and DON’Ts of storing food in your refrigerator.

Here are the DOs:

  • DO line each shelf in your fridge with rubber gripping foam. This will help keep the shelves neat. If you need to throw the shelf lining away, you can easily place more down on the shelves. It’s very inexpensive to do so.