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Topic: Stash topping 100# > RE: +Little Debbie Nutty Bars (2 msgs / 62 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
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What's your average weekly greens consumption rate? If 2# per week or
greater 100# stash not to big IMO. If substantially less than 2# per week
you may be setting yourself up for some degraded cups in the future...
 
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From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Larry Johnson
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2007 8:02 AM
I just ordered 5 lbs from SM, along with 5 of the new Java and 2 of the
Panama (to round out my 12 lb. Harvey). When it arrives, it will put me over
the 100 lb mark in inventory. Somebody stop me. 

2) From: Larry Johnson
Well, I botch a batch every now and then, I give away a little here and
there, and I drink up to a lb/week myself, so I think I'll be ok. My storage
arrangement must be adequate, because I started out (in this, my 2nd foray
into homeroasting) with some beans that were almost 2 years old and have
been fine. I just recently got  monster levels of blueberry from a
2-year-old bean. I haven't had any that tasted stale or baggy, at least not
to me.
I do need to stop ordering, however. I have some truly wonderful beans here
and I need to just sit back now and enjoy for a while. Maybe I can get my
daughter to install Net Nanny on my computer and block the SM site........
;-{)
I think I'll go roast some coffee now.....
On 4/23/07, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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