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Topic: Tanzania AA Songea (12 msgs / 434 lines)
1) From: DeCambre.Peter
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2) From: Lynne
I bought some of this awhile back, (my stash has consisted of three or 
four varieties at a time, before I started to run out of my favorites). 
Felt it was good, but wasn't crazy about it, so I left it - until I ran 
out of my last caffeinated stash, (Bolivia).
Well, I roasted some a few days ago (forgot to add the date to the jar 
as I usually do), but I'd say it had about a four day rest. Couldn't 
resist trying a cup right after roasting (as I tend to succumb to doing 
with the Bolivia & Costa Rican Decaf most times - what can I say, I 
have no willpower). Ugh.
Started to think I pulled it off the heat way too soon, even though I 
knew it needed to rest...
Anyway, I made a gentile cup in my Moka pot (put in hot, almost boiling 
water in the reserve, then put it on a low heat temp til it was done).
All I can say is, I guess I'm improving my roasting methods.! What a 
delicious cup! (So is THIS what African origins are supposed to taste 
like?!) Delicious!
Can't say that my palate is as refined as most of you guys - but I DID 
smell the caramel, and although I can't define the rest of the nuinces 
that Tom writes about, I must say it is different than what I've been 
drinking, and it's one good cuppa.
Lynne

3) From: Lynne
This goyim meant to say 'gentle' cup, not 'gentile'!
Lynne
On Oct 10, 2006, at 11:05 AM, Lynne wrote:
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4) From: Eddie Dove
I have some resting ... brewing it tomorow ...
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5) From: Barry Luterman
Goya

6) From: Lynne
See! What do I know!
L.
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7) From: Sandy Andina
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I believe the proper term is "goyische cup," e.g., the Holy Grail.
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
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8) From: Sandy Andina
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"Goyim" is actually plural; it is Hebrew, not Yiddish, for "the  
Nations," which in Biblical times meant ALL nations including the  
Hebrews. It eventually evolved to mean "all the other nations."  And  
the first use of the word "gentile" was in the NT, when Jesus (or was  
it Paul--cut me some slack, I'm Jewish) referred to outreach of  
Jesus' message to those not of Hebrew "nationality:"  thus, early  
Christians were not Gentile if, like Jesus, they were Jewish!
The proper Hebrew (and now also Yiddish) singular word for a non- 
Jewish woman is "goya" or even the gender-neutral "goy," but  
"Christian" or "gentile" is just fine too. (OTOH, "Jewess" to refer  
to a Jewish woman is definitely archaic).   However--and many of my  
fellow Jews may not know this--the words "shiksa" and "shaygetz" used  
to refer to gentile men and women are despicably pejorative: as bad,  
IMHO, as the "n word."  They literally mean "vermin;" and I do not  
hesitate to correct anyone of any religion who uses them in my presence.
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"Goyim" is actually plural; it =
is Hebrew, not Yiddish, for "the Nations," which in Biblical times meant =
ALL nations including the Hebrews. It eventually evolved to mean "all =
the other nations."  And the first use of the word "gentile" was in =
the NT, when Jesus (or was it Paul--cut me some slack, I'm =
Jewish<g>) referred to outreach of Jesus' message to those not of =
Hebrew "nationality:"  thus, early Christians were not Gentile if, =
like Jesus, they were Jewish!
The proper Hebrew (and now = also Yiddish) singular word for a non-Jewish woman is "goya" or even the = gender-neutral "goy," but "Christian" or "gentile" is just fine too. = (OTOH, "Jewess" to refer to a Jewish woman is definitely archaic).  =  However--and many of my fellow Jews may not know this--the words = "shiksa" and "shaygetz" used to refer to gentile men and women are = despicably pejorative: as bad, IMHO, as the "n word."  They literally = mean "vermin;" and I do not hesitate to correct anyone of any religion = who uses them in my presence. On Oct 10, 2006, at 10:18 AM, = Lynne wrote:
This goyim meant to say = 'gentle' cup, not 'gentile'! = = = --Apple-Mail-222--329033235--

9) From: Lynne
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Ha! Very good.
L.
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Ha! Very good.
L.
On Oct 10, 2006, at 4:18 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
I believe the proper term is "goyische cup," e.g., the Holy
Grail.
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
On Oct 10, 2006, at 10:05 AM, Lynne wrote:
HelveticaAnyway, I made a
gentile cup 
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10) From: Barry Luterman
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Absolutely. Never use those two words.      goy, Goya and Goyim are the =
only acceptable words.

11) From: raymanowen
Lynne- if you
"Can't say that my palate is as refined as most of you guys-..."
Let me tell you- when I rode my bike up to work, me and my Red Mop
Bucket coffee mug passed a 7-11 enroute. I gassed up with the best
smelling brew or made a fresh pot at about  1.5X strength, since my
Mop Bucket mug held almost the whole pot.
Add cream and sugar- How's that for a defiled palate?
I also used to like to stop at McDonalds in the early morning for some
fresh cholesterol and coffee. It seemed the Dreck Pits made decent
coffee if their equipment was just cleaned.
Now, there's Baroness andBoyer's who roast in situ. DazeBog roasts
here and screws up the coffee market far and wide with their  product.
I dislike being in the same area!
I was astounded by the Bolivian Organic Cenaproc peaberry when I first
roasted and brewed it early '05. That's when I decided 5# would be a
good sample size. I put the rest of my 2# aside until I learned how to
roast bigger batch sizes.
I got the RK Drum, now I'm accumulating the real material to build a
roasting cupola over a greatly modifed pair of gas fired BBQ heat
sources.  BTU and BTUH are totally different terms.
The SC/TO was self-defeating on two counts: the SC-8 is a very good
popcorn popper and I'd be inclined to try the Turbo Oven for its
design purpose. The eBay sniper rif-raf manage to jack the price up
near retail.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
On 10/10/06, Lynne  wrote:
 I bought some of this awhile back, (my stash has consisted of three or
four varieties at a time, before I started to run out of my favorites).
Felt it was good, but wasn't crazy about it, so I left it - until I ran
 out of my last caffeinated stash, (Bolivia).
Well, I roasted some a few days ago (forgot to add the date to the jar
as I usually do), but I'd say it had about a four day rest. Couldn't
resist trying a cup right after roasting (as I tend to succumb to doing
with the Bolivia & Costa Rican Decaf most times - what can I say, I
have no willpower). Ugh.
Started to think I pulled it off the heat way too soon, even though I
knew it needed to rest...
Anyway, I made a gentile cup in my Moka pot (put in hot, almost boiling
water in the reserve, then put it on a low heat temp til it was done).
All I can say is, I guess I'm improving my roasting methods.! What a
delicious cup! (So is THIS what African origins are supposed to taste
like?!) Delicious!
Can't say that my palate is as refined as most of you guys - but I DID
smell the caramel, and although I can't define the rest of the nuinces
that Tom writes about, I must say it is different than what I've been
drinking, and it's one good cuppa.
Lynne

12) From: Terry Stockdale
Oh, Shoot!  I saw the header and thought Tom had some more in.  I 
enjoyed the Tanzania Songea, too.
By the way, I've posted a bunch of neat photos to my blog -- none 
coffee-related (yet) since I have yet to make decent Latte 
Art.  These are some sky and light effects from a storm in April '05 
-- no filters, no Photoshop, no nothing, except resizing to 512x384 
for the web.http://www.TheNextWindow.comTerry
--
Terry Stockdale -- Baton Rouge, LA
My computer tips site and newsletter: http://www.TerrysComputerTips.comAt 10:05 AM 10/10/2006, you wrote:
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