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Coffee roasting

Discussion in 'Travel Forum' started by bobbyd, Jul 14, 2007.

  1. bobbyd

    bobbyd New Member

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    I recently got into roasting my own coffee beans (sign of an addiction i guess, lol). Any one else doing this?
     
  2. TaterTot

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    How do you do that? I grind my own, tho, and I do love that.
     
  3. bobbyd

    bobbyd New Member

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    I was given a little coffee roaster by a church member who knew of my love of coffee.
    It's about a $70 roaster, as opposed to one of the tumble roasters that go for about $400.
     
  4. TaterTot

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    so do you just put regular coffee beans in there and roast them?
     
  5. NaasPreacher (C4K)

    NaasPreacher (C4K) Well-Known Member

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    Looks like fun - you buy green beans (which look like they are cheaper than already roasted beans ) then roast and grind them.
     
  6. bobbyd

    bobbyd New Member

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    Yep...buy the green beans and then roast them to your desired roast. I'm a dark roast person, so i wait for them to get dark with that greasy sheen on them; just right!

    :thumbs:
     
  7. mcdirector

    mcdirector Active Member

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    Do you roast them in the oven like peanuts?
     
  8. Analgesic

    Analgesic New Member

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    No, you put them in something like this:

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  9. mcdirector

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    Oh great! something else to put in the kitchen!

    Just when I'm starting to think this might be worth pursuing :laugh:
     
  10. NaasPreacher (C4K)

    NaasPreacher (C4K) Well-Known Member

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    Do they make a combination roaster/grinder?
     
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