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Topic: Resting and storage (3 msgs / 81 lines)
1) From: George Florian
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New to this, I have a gene and I am really enjoying experimenting with
different roasts. I have been monitoring this list for a couple days and
have learned a lot. This resting information I think will change a lot of
what I do. Is there a good guideline on how long to rest certain coffees or
roasts or is it like most things with this and a combination of bean, roast,
and personal taste?
 I've been storing my roasted beans in stoneware jars with a mechanical
pressure lid, (like you would use for canning). What kind of container are
you referring to as a Vac jar and any suggestions on where to get it would
be great. 
Thanks in advance for your time.
George

2) From: Bob
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George,
I use standard canning jars / lids and "vac" seal them with a Tillia =
Foodsaver machine w/lid attachment.
Bob

3) From: Brett Mason
George!
  Fresh roasted coffee rocks.
  Drink it immediately - better than any you can buy
  Save some for tomorrow - even better!
  Save some for the second day - incredible
  The third day can be even more amazing.
  Fourth Day makes some coffees liven up and dance
   ... etc ...
  I had some Zimbabwe Dandoni last year that was kind of flat and plain - I
forgot about it, then found it on the 8th day - WOW was that good.
It's all art - behold it and enjoy!
Brett
On 11/22/06, George Florian  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com


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