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Topic: after the roasting (9 msgs / 121 lines)
1) From: Scjgb3
how long will it take the beans to release the CD? does anybody store their  
beans in those CD release bags as shown on SM?

2) From: Brett Mason
The Beans new CD comes out in September...  Personally, I can't wait...
On 8/1/06, Scjgb3  wrote:
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Regards,
Brett Mason
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   Zassman

3) From: Scjgb3
my bad, should have been more specific. This is what i meant, when you  are 
done roasting your coffee beans how long will the freshly roasted beans  
produce carbon dioxide.  Also does any body store their fresh roasted beans  in a 
carbon dioxide release bag like the ones on sweet  maria's

4) From: Don Cummings
I personally love the valve bags and use them almost exclusively.  And this
is after I went out and spent about $60 on fancy jars.
On 8/1/06, Scjgb3  wrote:
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Don

5) From: raymanowen
Oh, my- I thought you made reference to the factory that cooks up coffee
beans like you would Pinto beans, and more so, in fixing one of the musical
burritos: "...how long will it take the beans to release the CD?"
Right away, when you put the beans through the warehouse fire they call
roasting and serve the resulting Coffee Dreck. (CD)
I find that a C+ to FC+ roast will keep outgassing a Phoosh! of CO2 and
Aroma! for at least a week after I can it in a fruit jar, post roasting and
cooling.
That would be a good measure of the "freshness" of purchased whole coffee
beans from the coffee emporium.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
Got Grinder?

6) From: Vicki Smith
Like Ray, I put my roast into pint canning jars, with the two part lids. 
I wait 12 hours before screwing the lids on tight, and I get that lovely 
little pop every time I open the jar for about a week with the city+, 
full city roasts I tend to gravitate toward.
I use the valve bags when I give home roast to other folks. I recently 
sent some to a friend in the US, and she was simply amazed at how much 
more aroma she got from the beans than when she buys coffee, similarly 
bagged, from her local "gourmet" roaster.
It was her first experience with home roast. She will be ordering her 
roaster and beans from SM any day now.
Vicki
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7) From: Woody DeCasere
On 8/1/06, Brett Mason  wrote:
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LOFL, yes dude i love the beans, AH HAH HAH HAA!!!!!!
sorry no jibe at scjb3 but that was freakin funny!!
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"Good night, and Good Coffee"
www.onthisjourney.typepad.com

8) From: raymanowen
Vicki-
"...every time I open the jar for about a week..." And then what? High time
for more roasting!
It's a sad clatter when there's only a few beans left in the jar. Of course,
it was that desperation that forced me to blend...
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
-- 
"When the theme hits the bass, I dance the Jig!" - -Virgil Fox at the Mighty
Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976

9) From: Brett Mason
Sometimes my sense of humor beats my brain to the email...  I've sent
an apology offlist, and agree that Scjgb3 asked a very appropriate
question.
At the same time, on Amazon , I did a music search for "The Beans" and
found 84 Results.  YMMV.
Beans have always brought music to our family - mostly to the boys....
Brett
On 8/2/06, Woody DeCasere  wrote:
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Regards,
Brett Mason
 HomeRoast
   Zassman


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