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Moka Pot

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Bialetti Moka Pot No Longer Brews

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by amethiste 6 years ago

I have had my Moka pot for several years, and have changed the gasket before. However this time, after I changed the gasket, it no longer brews. I get steam out of the top part instead of coffee. ...

The strange white growths inside my espresso maker

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by Hallie 17 years ago

Call me ignorant. My husband and I just purchased a nice espresso maker - the traditional Italian type that can be purchased anywhere and is composed of three parts that sits on the stove top and ...

Ikea Trivsel moka pot - as good as Bialetti?

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by sobriquet 10 years ago

Does anyone have a Trivsel stovetop espresso pot? I have a Bialetti Moka 3-cup and want to get a larger one so I can take coffee with me in the morning. I'm thrilled with the quality of the coffe...

Coffee grounds in coffee

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by zigzag17 2 years ago

I recently purchased a new Bialetti Elegance Venus Induction 10 Cup Stainless Steel Espresso Maker but have been using similar stovetop espresso makers for years. It was making a great pot of coff...

The search for a decent stovetop espresso maker (moka pot)

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by brusselssprout14 4 years ago

I have a bialetti aluminum moka pot, which works well, but I'm concerned about the aluminum in it - potential health hazard... I recently bought a bialetti kitty stainless steel pot but it made awf...

MOKA troubles

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by Nora_ 3 years ago

I have used a MOKA stove top coffee maker for years with absolutely no problem - until now. CAN YOU HELP? Recently we moved to the country and our delicious water comes from an artesian spring. The...

Cleaning an aluminum Bialetti

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by Rn2lse 3 years ago

Hi, I've had mine for years and years and the water chamber is looking pretty bad these days (rust coloured). Is diluted vinegar the way to go or should I just replace it? Thanks so much!

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