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Topic: Fwd: Re: +Intro from a Lurker, just coming out of lurkdom (29 lines)
1) From: Howell Ite
I have an I-roast and roast a cup of greens per batch.  I make espresso for my capuccino every morning and ocassionally in the afternoon on weekends.  I rarely make drip coffee.  A couple of times I have brought coffee to work to make a pot.  At work we have three pump pots and one of them rarely ever gets used.  A batch lasts 5 days for espresso, 3 days for drip at home, and one pump pot at work.  I was amazed at home much coffee it takes to make coffee at work.
   
  Paul
Aaron Peterson  wrote:
  From: "Aaron Peterson" 
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +Intro from a Lurker, just coming out of lurkdom
Date: Thu, 4 May 2006 08:21:22 -0400
On 5/4/06, llurgy wrote:
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I roast with an iRoast2 which is only capable of batches around 140g
(~ 1/4 lb). I usually roast 4-6 batches once every week to 2 weeks. 
I adjust my coffee drinking habits somewhat to consuming however much
I've roasted. Generally drinking more coffee just makes me happy. 
Occasionally I get a little strung out and have to back off, but I'm
willing to live with that :-) In short though, maybe try more smaller
batches if you want more variety... Or if you do larger batches,
maybe give away/sell all but 1/4 or so of each batch.
Aaron Peterson
Versailles, KY


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