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Posted in thread: Coffee is now labled as a "Probable carcinogen" on 07-06-2011 at 04:50 AM
Always, always switching, cofffee is bad, coffee is good, really?!It's all to feed the
research. If people weren't confused, they wouldn't be nearly as willing to fund research and
pay the salaries of...
Posted in thread: I Have A Bean - roasts every weekday! on 07-06-2011 at 04:46 AM
How quickly are you talking about? I can't imagine the "off gassing" would produce gas faster
than it can escape from one of those 1-way valves. Each one of their bags has one of those,
just like all ...
Posted in thread: I have a bean on 07-06-2011 at 04:44 AM
I didn't know that! 14 days, eh? The bags DO have one of those 1-way valves (I thought it was
just so you could squeeze the air out of the bag once you sealed it).Is it true that coffee is
at it's pre...
Posted in thread: Help! on 07-04-2011 at 10:06 AM
I mostly concur w/ that video, except I use different coffee/sugar ratios. I guess it's all in
the taste.That video left out a few things, though - you need to let each cup settle for a bit
(as you se...
Posted in thread: I have a bean on 07-04-2011 at 09:42 AM
Bah! I just put a review of these guys in the Vendor section, then I saw your post here. You
live 6 miles away?!? In Wheaton? Me too! Craziness.It's cool how they'll deliver locally for
$1! Have you d...
Posted in thread: I Have A Bean - roasts every weekday! on 07-04-2011 at 09:26 AM
Hey, everybody - I haven't been on these forums recently (got back into video gaming since the
wife bought be an XBox 360 for christmas! - most of my online forum time has been associated
with that) b...
Posted in thread: Coffee prices going up? on 05-05-2011 at 11:11 PM
I donno, seems to me that price arrangements or not, anyone in business will not miss out on
the opportunity to make more money. It just makes sense that the industry will rise as a whole
on price (th...
Posted in thread: A drip coffeemaker with a water-in line on 04-25-2011 at 02:28 PM
Ah! Yes, I've seen many people prefer the Baratza grinders... must be for a reason!What had me
hooked on that particular Bodum was a) metal burrs and b) glass receptacle (no static). I'm
sure that Mae...
Posted in thread: A drip coffeemaker with a water-in line on 04-21-2011 at 03:19 AM
Excellent observation, my good man! Yes, a burr grinder is on my short list. I've been wanting
one for some time - unfortunately Santa didn't come through for me last year. Maybe this
Christmas I'll h...
Posted in thread: A drip coffeemaker with a water-in line on 04-19-2011 at 11:55 AM
Wow, Rich - that's quite a setup you have there! Personally, I can't justify that much
counterspace or that much of an eyesore for a device that makes sub-optimal coffee. I found
myself a jumbo french...
Usual Brewing MO: Bodum 36oz Press
Grinder: Bodum Burr Grinder
Home Roaster: forget about it! I've got I Have A Bean!
Favorite Beans/Currently Drinking: Costa Rica SHB EP Romelia
Originally Posted by Red River Roaster
...I carry a french press with me on travel, it keeps my happy meter where it should be.
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