Recipe for Making 12 Cups of Coffee

To make 12 cups of coffee, you'll need to measure out the right amount of coffee grounds to add to your coffee maker. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

  1. Determine the size of your coffee cups: The first step is to determine the size of your coffee cups. The standard size of a coffee cup is around 6 ounces, but some coffee cups might be larger or smaller. For this guide, we'll assume you're using 6-ounce coffee cups.

  2. Calculate the total amount of coffee needed: To make 12 cups of coffee, you'll need 72 ounces of coffee. This can be calculated by multiplying the number of cups (12) by the size of each cup (6 ounces).

  3. Measure the coffee grounds: The next step is to measure the coffee grounds. A good rule of thumb is to use 1 to 2 tablespoons of coffee grounds per 6 ounces of water. So, for a 12-cup pot of coffee, you'll need 12 to 24 tablespoons of coffee grounds.

  4. Measure the water: Fill your coffee maker with the amount of water needed for the number of cups you're making. If you're using a 12-cup coffee maker, fill it with 72 ounces of water.

  5. Brew the coffee: Add the measured coffee grounds to the coffee maker, and then start the brewing process. Depending on your coffee maker, this might involve pressing a button or turning a dial.

  6. Enjoy your coffee: Once the brewing process is complete, pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy!

Remember, the amount of coffee grounds you use can affect the strength and flavor of your coffee, so feel free to adjust the amount based on your personal preferences. You can also experiment with different types of coffee beans to see which ones you like best.

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