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Topic: The initial product (3 msgs / 55 lines)
1) From: PAUL RIFKIN
Despite the simplicity or complexity and cost of what
we use to achieve the goal of good coffee the
irreducible minimum is the initial product (greens)
for which we have an excellent supplier.  This was
forcefully brought to my attention this morning  when
I made some grits mailed to me from a traditional mill
that grinds  heirloom corn.  The smell and taste of
the real thing was so striking, it made me throw out
the box of commercial grits I had in the pantry. All
hail to Tom!
                              Paul
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2) From: AlChemist John
Here here, hail Tom.  I find it in virtually every aspect of the foods I 
consume.  Coffee, ale, bread, chocolate, rolled oats....  Food is just too 
living to sit on a shelf preserved and processed until you eat it.  Fresh 
is best!
Gee, I miss grits....Maybe I will get some nonsweet corn in the garden and 
grind my own!
Sometime around 01:09 PM 5/18/2004, PAUL RIFKIN typed:
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
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3) From: Barbara Greenspon
Can anyone order from this place?  If so, could you post the address, 
please?
Thanks.  My husband and I want to try these!
Barbara
On May 18, 2004, at 3:09 PM, PAUL RIFKIN wrote:
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