DanCole42 Posted April 3, 2010 Share Posted April 3, 2010 This topic is for discussing the myriad uses of spent coffee grounds. Here's a good start: http://www.howtodothings.com/food-drink/how-to-reuse-coffee-grounds-the-top-10-alternate-uses However, I'm after something a bit more esoteric. I noticed some mold growing on some used coffee grounds. Can this mold be used for anything? Cheese? Bread? Antibiotics? I read somewhere that the "most common contaminants" of used coffee grounds are trichoderma, cobweb mold, and "basic pin mold." None of those three mean anything to me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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