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Topic: "Sample Roaster" Question (2 msgs / 47 lines)
1) From: Ralph Rosen
 
I'm sure this is a naive, possibly ridiculous, question, but are 
there any professional "sample roasters" out there that would be in 
reach (financially) for the home roaster? We all spend so much time 
wrestling with the pros and cons of our devices (I use the HWP, Alp, 
and lately find myself reverting to my trusty Whirlypop), that it 
occurred to me that there might be some more professional machine 
that we could all at least aspire to some day, like the "sample 
roasters" that professionals use to roast a pound at a time, or less, 
which would give more consistent and systematic results (and handle 
more than the smaller amounts that all our machines currently do). 
Perhaps these are really just ridiculously expensive...dunno.
Thanks,
Ralph
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Ralph M. Rosen
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2) From: Wayne Cook
Ralph,
Take a look athttp://rostkaffe.comSooner or later, we'll be hitting the market, and then you can roast as
if you've been doing it professionally for 20 years, and all
automatically, perfect for any bean and degree of roast, etc....
Wayne Cook
Ralph Rosen wrote:
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