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Topic: misty valley (Lynne) (2 msgs / 104 lines)
1) From: Beth Henkels
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Lynne,
If you still have the profile for the Misty Valley, would you send it to me?
I use a popcorn popper, so have never paid too much attention to others'
roast profiles; but if it worked for you, I'd love to try it.  My first go
with my Misty Valley was less than wonderful also; but I'd like to try
again.
You can email me off list if you'd like so that we don't bother everyone
else with this.
Thanks!
Beth  
From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Lynne Biziewski
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2007 6:43 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +rest question
Thank you Ross - what coffee did you drink today?
I had a wonderful Misty Valley - I'm almost at the end of mine,
and I am so grateful that someone (sorry, I forgot who!) posted
their profile - even though I roast stove top, the explanation was 
good enough for me to follow.
It has been SO good - and I only left it for last because
it wasn't all that great whenI roasted it before. Now I KNOW
it was me!
Lynne
On 5/28/07, Ross  wrote:
Looks like it's time to give this thread a rest before someone takes the
bait Ginny put out, come on Ginny, it may be a total joke but think about
it, you know better, please, we are all better off if nobody does this kind
of thing. There are a lot of hot heads out there from all sides of every
political issue, I don't want to hear from them, while I'm trying to learn
about coffee.
Thanks,
Ross

2) From: Lynne Biziewski
Good Lord, Beth - we NEED some coffee talk on this list!!
I don't have the profile - I'm sure you could find it in the archives - I
would look for you but I'm in the midst of moving right now.
What I remember & what I do is to extend the roast a bit.
I remember reading that he (come on - you are out there somewhere -
who was it??), instead of quickly stopping the roast, slowed it down a bit
before it ended.
Somehow I'm managing to do it with my little pot on the stove!
Lynne
On 5/28/07, Beth Henkels  wrote:
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"In a world of conflict, the truth must survive."
Kevin Sites, 9/16/2005 blog


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