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Topic: not much coffee talk (10 msgs / 179 lines)
1) From: pbear59
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      ----- having just subscribed and received my first 8 responses of your home roast list----i found only 1 of 8 was about coffee---so, alas--- i have un-subscribed---- i wanted to learn about home roasting only----- i do not have time for the non-coffee stuff--------   good luck and happy roasting
to whom...
      ----- having just subscribed and received my first 8 responses of your home roast list----i found only 1 of 8 was about coffee---so, alas--- i have un-subscribed---- i wanted to learn about home roasting only----- i do not have time for the non-coffee stuff--------   good luck and happy roasting

2) From: Gene Smith
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Golly, I know you're all departed and everything - so you won't actually 
8read* this, but it does occur to me that one of the things you need for 
successful coffee roasting is patience...so good luck and happy roasting to 
you, too!  (or you might want to just go back to instant)
Gene Smith
getting a little impatient, in Houston

3) From: tom ulmer
The fee based home roasting coffee list will start soon... As soon as
someone agrees to glean only the information you find pertinent and forward
it to you...
Cheers

4) From: Aaron
Gene.. did you DARE say instant coffee?!?!
Oh now THAT is truly blasphemy and you need to goto the Folgers Gulag 
for that!
How do they do that anyways... the instant that is,  vacuum boil it or 
something?
Id hate to ruin a good batch of coffee but I wonder what 'real' coffee 
like we make, would do
and taste after going through that process and trying it a few weeks ... 
or months later.
It definately would not compare to the real thing, but I bet in a pinch, 
like on a plane or something it might just be a bit better than what 
they throw at you normally.
Aaron

5) From: Chuck the Coffee-Geek
Seriously.  8 messages, what it that?  Fifteen minutes?
-Chuck
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6) From: Brett Mason
I wonder if this guy's marriage will make it through thew honeymoon....
I can only imagine his surprise when his new car ran out of gas - and
it was only 3 days old!  He tried to trade it in...
I would hate to see how he copes with planting flowers.
His kids don't stand a chance - just wait til the first diaper.
His coffee probably didn't get cold before he quit, and he still can't
pull a decent espresso.
And, Mike, his BBQ probably is found lacking too...
Cheers, glad you are all here!
Brett
P.S.  I am gunna roast 3lb of Colombia Narino tonight...
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7) From: Les
I hate messages like the one that started this thread!  Coffee is
about people.  This list has people.  I think this guy needs to get a
life!  Now that that I am over 50, I can say even an old codger like
me has learned a lot from this list.  I have been home roast since I
was 30 years old!
Les
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8) From: Jared Andersson
Les, You are coffee to me.  I really respect your opinion about this list
and coffee.  Jared
On 1/16/06, Les  wrote:
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9) From: Les
Jared said,
"Les, You are coffee to me."
Old and stale huh!  :>)
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10) From: Michael Vanecek
No - used up before allowed to rest. :)
And 50 *ain't* old! You're at your prime...
Be well,
Mike
--http://www.taroandti.com/http://www.mjv.com/
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