Occasionally I like to add a little "fun" to the discipline of simple camp dinning. For example, using those plastic take-apart wine glasses for evening meal libations. A similar treat is French Press coffee in the morning - instead of something out of a foil pouch (even if it did come from Seattle). But one of my other meal characteristics is usually all the food/drink is consumed and I only have a little packaging left to manage. If I use the French Press, I have product/odor to dispose of. If I'm rising out a foil pouch, I have no guilt rinsing it at the tide line. But a clump of coffee grounds is more substantial. I'm not talking a table size 6-8 cup press. This is an "individual" one that handles only about a cup and a half, depending upon the size of your "cup". If I bury it, that involves digging and at a location some distance from camp I imagine - which involves a digging tool, etc. I'm tired already. Maybe just opening a foil pouch isn't so bad. Maybe I could put the instant coffee (no left overs) in the press - just for presentation. So, coffee drinkers out there - who end up with coffee grounds - how do you dispose of them? 1) dump in the ocean as you wash things out 2) bury in the ground some distance from camp 3) add to your food waste (usually just paper/foil packaging) accumulation to carry out at trip end 4) other?