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Topic: Zassenhaus back in stock (31 msgs / 1347 lines)
1) From: Brian Kamnetz
I just checked and it looks like Tom and Maria have a couple models of
Zass (DG169, Turkish) back in stock:http://www.sweetmarias.com/prod.zas.shtmlPresumably these are the new ones. Any word on quality of the new Zass
coffee mills?
Brian
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2) From: Sandy Andina
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Contrary to any impressions the site may give about the Zass Turkish  
being good for drip and finer grinds, mine also does a stellar job  
for coarser Aeropress and coarse French Press as well.  As I do not  
make espresso or use an ibrik in my hotel room (or at freeway rest  
stops), I have not tested it for its labeled intended purpose.  But  
bear in mind that if you are grinding coarsely, the process is much  
faster and does not result in as much upper-body exercise as for the  
finer grinds.
On Aug 28, 2007, at 12:10 PM, Brian Kamnetz wrote:
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Contrary to any impressions the site may give about the Zass Turkish =
being good for drip and finer grinds, mine also does a stellar job for =
coarser Aeropress and coarse French Press as well.  As I do not make =
espresso or use an ibrik in my hotel room (or at freeway rest stops), I =
have not tested it for its labeled intended purpose.  But bear in mind =
that if you are grinding coarsely, the process is much faster and does =
not result in as much upper-body exercise as for the finer =
grinds.
On Aug 28, 2007, at 12:10 PM, Brian Kamnetz =
wrote:
I just checked and it looks like = Tom and Maria have a couple models ofZass = (DG169, Turkish) back in stock: http://www.sweetmarias.=com/prod.zas.shtmlPresumably these are the new = ones. Any word on quality of the new Zasscoffee = mills? Brian On 8/28/07, George Kennedy <coffeenaut01> = wrote: Well, Rich, your theory is = disturbing, but that doesn't mean it's wrong.Whether it is or isn't, you surely get high marks = for working in theword/idea "heretic."  Very droll.  Damn, I wish I'd thought of = it.  So, Idon't know where it can go from here.  Since these grinders are not = serialnumbered, there isn't any way of = saying "these are from a good batch, andthese = from a bad..."  It makes = used ones seem more of a crapshoot and newones are = by no means certain.  I = suppose the logical thing to do would be toput = mine side by side with one of known provenance and see how they do.  ButI'm certainly not willing to invest in another.  Not the least reason = beingthat I have already learned some = things for sure: I'm not willing to crankfor four = minutes in the morning...before I've had my coffee.  I'm startingto hear the siren song of a Macap or a = Mazzer...  Anyway, = thanks! homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = Sandywww.sass-music.com
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3) From: Aaron
I ordered one of these turkish zass'.
Ive been wanting one for two years now and finally it seems my wish will 
come true.
Ill let ya know how it works for various grinds cept espresso since I 
don't do espresso.... yet.
Aaron

4) From: Larry English
I tried, but got "Sorry, we are currently sold out of 'Zassenhaus 175 M
Turkish Mill'."
And I've waited so long!  I've got a trip coming up in 3 weeks, too.  Like
Sandy, I'll be using it for 1-cup drip and aero-press on the road. Maybe the
"sold out" message was in error - bedtime prayers and rain-dances are in
order.
Larry
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5) From: Larry English
Well, now, after signing onto the the site, I retried the order and it went
through.  Presumably a Turkish Zass will be on its way in a day or two.
It's a Miracle!  Prayers of thanks and dances of gratitude are now the order
of the day. Or maybe it was the spirit of Beethoven, whose A-minor quartet
Op.132 was playing when the order went through.  One can never be certain of
these things, so all bases must be covered.  Oh, and thanks, Maria and Tom.
Larry
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6) From: Sean Cary
Sandy - would the turkish grinder make enough for 3 scoops easy enough???
I make two french press mugs a day here - so I need something that I
am not grinding for too long.
Sean
Back in Fallujah - went to Baghdad yesterday - the place is HOPPING...
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7) From: Sandy Andina
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Hi Sean,
My Zass turkish does 2 Bodum scoops for a 3-tasse FP pot in under a  
minute.  For 2 Aeropress scoops (1 lg. mug when diluted after  
brewing), ground a bit finer, it takes 2-3 minutes.
Be careful out there!
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Hi Sean,My Zass turkish does 2 Bodum scoops for a 3-tasse FP pot in =
under a minute.  For 2 Aeropress scoops (1 lg. mug when diluted after =
brewing), ground a bit finer, it takes 2-3 minutes.
Be careful out = there! On Aug 29, 2007, at 12:08 AM, Sean Cary = wrote:
Sandy - would the turkish = grinder make enough for 3 scoops easy enough??? I make = two french press mugs a day here - so I need something that Iam not grinding for too long. Back in Fallujah - went to = Baghdad yesterday - the place is HOPPING... On 8/29/07, = Sandy Andina <sandraandina> = wrote:  Contrary to any impressions = the site may give about the Zass Turkish beinggood for drip and finer grinds, mine also does a = stellar job for coarserAeropress and = coarse French Press as well.  = As I do not make espresso or usean ibrik = in my hotel room (or at freeway rest stops), I have not tested = itfor its labeled intended purpose.  But bear in mind that if you = are grindingcoarsely, the process is much = faster and does not result in as much On Aug 28, = 2007, at 12:10 PM, Brian Kamnetz wrote: I just = checked and it looks like Tom and Maria have a couple models = ofZass (DG169, Turkish) back in stock: http://www.sweetmarias.=com/prod.zas.shtmlPresumably these are the new = ones. Any word on quality of the new Zasscoffee = mills? Brian On 8/28/07, George Kennedy <coffeenaut01> = wrote: Well, Rich, your theory is disturbing, but that = doesn't mean it's wrong.Whether it is = or isn't, you surely get high marks for working in theword/idea "heretic."  Very droll.  Damn, I wish I'd thought of = it.  So, Idon't know where it can go from here.  Since these grinders are not = serialnumbered, there isn't any way of = saying "these are from a good batch, andthese = from a bad..."  It makes = used ones seem more of a crapshoot and newones are = by no means certain.  I = suppose the logical thing to do would be toput = mine side by side with one of known provenance and see how they do.  ButI'm certainly not willing to invest in another.  Not the least reason = beingthat I have already learned some = things for sure: I'm not willing to crankfor four = minutes in the morning...before I've had my coffee.  I'm startingto hear the siren song of a Macap or a = Mazzer...  Anyway, = thanks! homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations,unsvbscribes) go = tohttp://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings homeroast mailing listhttp://li=sts.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroastTo change your personal list settings (digest = options, vacations, unsvbscribes) go to http://=sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings = Sandywww.sass-music.com
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8) From: Justin Marquez
Arrrghh! I have wanted a Zass for some time, and I am temporarily out of the
country and cannot really order anything for a while!  (I did bring along
some homeroasted, but it won't last the whole trip.)  I expect I'll be
getting to know HasBean soon enough.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (Hangin' Out in Merrye Olde...)
On 8/28/07, Brian Kamnetz  wrote:
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9) From: Brian Kamnetz
Justin,
Perhaps you can order it, but in the order, in the place to make
comments, say that you are out of the country and could they please
hold the order until you return and contact them. Maria and Derek tend
to be quite flexible with that sort of thing. I don't think it would
be an undue hassle for them (of course, there is lots I don't
know....)
Brian
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10) From: Roger Lebow
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I applaud Larry's choice of Beethoven string quartets, and will take 
this as a sign to order a Zass Turkish grinder!
Roger (off to a double rehearsal of FIDELIO)
On Aug 28, 2007, at 7:53 PM, Larry English wrote:
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I applaud Larry's choice of Beethoven string quartets, and will take
this as a sign to order a Zass Turkish grinder!
Roger (off to a double rehearsal of FIDELIO)
On Aug 28, 2007, at 7:53 PM, Larry English wrote:
Well, now, after signing onto the the site, I retried the
order and it went through.  Presumably a Turkish Zass will be on its
way in a day or two.  It's a Miracle!  Prayers of thanks and dances =
of
gratitude are now the order of the day. Or maybe it was the spirit of
Beethoven, whose A-minor quartet Op.132 was playing when the order
went through.  One can never be certain of these things, so all bases
must be covered.  Oh, and thanks, Maria and Tom.
Larry
On 8/28/07, Larry English
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wrote:Arialgot "Sorry, we are
currently sold out of 'Zassenhaus 175 M Turkish =
Mill'."
ArialAnd I've waited so
long!  I've got a trip coming up in 3 weeks, too.  Like Sandy, I'll =
be
using it for 1-cup drip and aero-press on the road. Maybe the "sold
out" message was in error - bedtime prayers and rain-dances are in
order.
ArialLarry
On 8/28/07, Aaron <<0000,0000,EEEE
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Ive been wanting one for two years now and finally it seems
my wish will
come true.
Ill let ya know how it works for various grinds cept espresso since I
don't do espresso.... yet.
Aaron
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11) From: David Martin
Given his known penchant for strong coffee, I would say that the
spirit of Beethoven is the most likely explanation. :-)
On 8/28/07, Larry English  wrote:
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12) From: Steven Van Dyke
Whee!!!
Been wanting a Zass Turkish for *years*!   Tried to order one in the 
last couple of weeks but when I got to the Checkout it told me they 
were still out of stock.
Saw the message that there were some in yesterday so I slammed my 
order in this morning hoping it would get in before they stock ran out.
Must have because the 'your order has shipped' email says it'll be 
here Wednesday. 

13) From: Aaron
Baah!!
I selected standard ground shipping via UPS and am told to expect it 6 
september..   I could just about drive out there and pick it up and 
return myself faster than that.....  oh well,  I waited this long what's 
another few days at this point..... actually I gots an idear here.
Im gonna roast up some Kona tonight and by the time the zass shows up it 
will be very well rested and should be in it's prime taste zone,  ahh 
what a perfect way to bust the cherry on a brand new grinder.
Aaron

14) From: Pat Murray
The Gods were not smiling on me.  I tried to place an order many times
yesterday and today and I just kept getting "out of stock" messages when I
hit the order button. Ah, well, I have one Zass, One Trosser, and one PeDe
Dienes (which is the best of the three) so I can wait a little longer.
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15) From: Sean Cary
Don't bother...they are out of stock!!!  I got approval from the CONUS
finance manager (aka my wife) and when I went to order got the Out Of
Stock message...  D@*N all of you with fast access to the internet...
sigh
Sean in Fallujah
Moving about again in a day or so - get to go to Qatar and THREE BEERS
a DAY...woo hoo...
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16) From: Brett Mason
My Zass just failed!
I can't believe it!  Woke up this morning at 5am, packed, loaded the car,
and then drove 15 ho
urs from Iowa to Colorado Springs - it's Parents' Weekend at the Air Force
Academy...  We met up with Joshua, brought him burritos form Chipotle, and
after an hour (exciting news too) we headed to the hotel...  Unpacked
everything, and realiuzed the Zass Failed!
It failed to make it out of the cupboard and into the car...  I have
everything else.....
Tomorrow will be caveman coffee....   Gorb, use hard object to crush bean on
floor - pour water - hot water - glug....  So it will be a cup, crushing
beans in a pot, until enough dust has been generated to ruin a pot....
But it will still be better than anything else in Colorado Springs,
including the COmmandant's reception tomorrow night....
Even my Zass gets kicked sometimes...
Brett
News:  Josh is doing excellent academically, and has learned of many
programs he is now qualified to apply for after the academy....  Can't share
more - it's private...  Will share more when afforded the opportunity by
those who currently restrict anything more....
On 8/29/07, Sean Cary  wrote:
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17) From: Barry Luterman
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Zass didn't fail. You did.Glad Josh passed

18) From: Floyd Lozano
For $100 a manual grinder should jump out of the cupboard and follow you
around in the event you need something ground up.
-F
On 8/30/07, Barry Luterman  wrote:
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19) From: Brett Mason
Floyd, that's likely the real problem...  My zasses cost $41, $29, $17, and
$11 respectively - their "jump out of the cupboard and follow you around"
mechanism seems to be missing...  Alas, eBay!
OTOH - grinding coffee by crushing with a cup has worked poorly - weak brown
water, made from the
best of beans...  I need to work more on my technique.  But for now it's off
to a seminar at the Academy...
Brett
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20) From: Sandy Andina
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I keep a tote bag filled with my travel coffee essentials: mini-Ibis  
kettle, travel cup with lid, unbreakable small press pot, Aeropress,  
Zass Turkish, one-cup pourover and Swissgold, and a plastic bag  
filled with scoops and a few filters (to fit the AP and the hotel  
room machine should they have one). When traveling by car I just put  
my bag(s) of beans in at the last minute--unless I know I'm going to  
pass a good roastery enroute; when flying, the whole shebang goes  
into a rollaboard that we check as one of our two allotted bags. If I  
must check a guitar and am flying alone, I cram the stuff into the  
interstices of my rolling garment carrier and pray it weighs less  
than 50 lb. so as to avoid incurring an extra charge.
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I keep a tote bag filled with my travel coffee essentials: mini-Ibis =
kettle, travel cup with lid, unbreakable small press pot, Aeropress, =
Zass Turkish, one-cup pourover and Swissgold, and a plastic bag filled =
with scoops and a few filters (to fit the AP and the hotel room machine =
should they have one). When traveling by car I just put my bag(s) of =
beans in at the last minute--unless I know I'm going to pass a good =
roastery enroute; when flying, the whole shebang goes into a rollaboard =
that we check as one of our two allotted bags. If I must check a guitar =
and am flying alone, I cram the stuff into the interstices of my rolling =
garment carrier and pray it weighs less than 50 lb. so as to avoid =
incurring an extra charge.
On Aug 30, 2007, at 7:53 AM, =
Brett Mason wrote:
Floyd, = that's likely the real problem...  My zasses cost $41, $29, $17, and = $11 respectively - their "jump out of the cupboard and follow you = around" mechanism seems to be missing...  Alas, eBay! =   OTOH - grinding coffee by crushing with a cup has = worked poorly - weak brown water, made from the best of beans...  = I need to work more on my technique.  But for now it's off to a = seminar at the Academy...   Brett   = On 8/30/07, Floyd Lozano <fplozano> = wrote: For = $100 a manual grinder should jump out of the cupboard and follow you = around in the event you need something ground up.= -F   On = 8/30/07, Barry Luterman <lutermanb001 > wrote: = = Zass didn't fail. You did.Glad = Josh passed ----- = Original Message ----- From: Brett Mason = To: homeroast Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 6:44 = PM Subject: Re: +Zassenhaus = back in stock   My Zass just failed! =  
-- = Cheers, Brett http://homeroast.freeservers.com= Sandywww.sass-music.com
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21) From: Jim Carter
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Brett,
At the risk of being called a heretic, have you considered purchasing a 
whirly-pulverizer as a temporary solution? After all, this can be 
considered an emergency. Desperate situations call for desperate 
measures. People on this list might see their way to forgive your 
transgression in light of the harsh extenuating circumstances, as long 
as you repent and vow to be more careful when packing for future trips.
Good luck, buddy. we feel your pain.
-- JC
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22) From: Brett Mason
I am thinking thrift store leftover as we speak!
Will make better drip than I did today!
Cheers,
Brett
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23) From: Sandy Andina
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That is exactly what I did one day when I realized I'd forgotten my  
Zass on a trip out to Iowa with my folk trio. At our customary  
caffeine stop at a tollway oasis *$, I bought a whirley.  Made short  
work of grinding enough coffee for the three of us (though I refuse  
to allow one singing partner's disgusting flavored beans anywhere  
near my equipment, so I make her grind her coffee at the store or at  
home. The nauseatingly sweet smell of fake Irish Cream, hazelnut  
vanilla or phony pumpkin pie jolts me awake in the morning more  
reliably than any alarm clock or wake-up call).
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That is exactly what I did one day when I realized I'd forgotten my Zass =
on a trip out to Iowa with my folk trio. At our customary caffeine stop =
at a tollway oasis *$, I bought a whirley.  Made short work of =
grinding enough coffee for the three of us (though I refuse to allow one =
singing partner's disgusting flavored beans anywhere near my equipment, =
so I make her grind her coffee at the store or at home. The nauseatingly =
sweet smell of fake Irish Cream, hazelnut vanilla or phony pumpkin pie =
jolts me awake in the morning more reliably than any alarm clock or =
wake-up call).
On Aug 30, 2007, at 11:17 AM, Jim Carter =
wrote:
Brett, At the risk of being called a heretic, = have you considered purchasing a whirly-pulverizer as a temporary = solution? After all, this can be considered an emergency. Desperate = situations call for desperate measures. People on this list might see = their way to forgive your transgression in light of the harsh = extenuating circumstances, as long as you repent and vow to be more = careful when packing for future trips. Good luck, buddy. we = feel your pain. -- JC Brett Mason wrote: Floyd, that's likely the real problem...  My = zasses cost $41, $29, $17, and $11 respectively - their "jump out of the = cupboard and follow you around" mechanism seems to be missing...  = Alas, eBay!   OTOH - grinding coffee by = crushing with a cup has worked poorly - weak brown water, made from the = best of beans...  I need to work more on my technique.  But for = now it's off to a seminar at the Academy...   = Brett   On 8/30/07, = Floyd Lozano <fplozano> = wrote: For $100 a manual grinder should jump out of the cupboard = and follow you around in the event you need something ground up. = -F   = On 8/30/07, Barry = Luterman <lutermanb001 > wrote: = = Zass = didn't fail. You did.Glad Josh passed = = ----- Original Message = ----- From: Brett Mason To: homeroast = Sent: Wednesday, = August 29, 2007 6:44 PM Subject: Re: +Zassenhaus back in = stock   My Zass just = failed!   = =
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24) From: kvindlog
Brett, I could stop by the house with one of your boys and Fed Ex one of your Zass grinders to Colorado if that would reduce your DT's.
Be brave, my friend!
Dave
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From: "Brett Mason" homeroast 
Unpacked everything, and realiuzed the Zass Failed! 
It failed to make it out of the cupboard and into the car...  I have everything else.....

Brett, I could stop by the house with one of your boys and Fed Ex one of your Zass grinders to Colorado if that would reduce your DT's.

 

Be brave, my friend!

 

Dave

-------------- Forwarded Message: -------------- From: "Brett Mason" homeroast   Unpacked everything, and realiuzed the Zass Failed!   It failed to make it out of the cupboard and into the car...  I have everything else.....

25) From: Aaron Scholten
BRett, use a rolling pin to bust up the beans,  you know the one yer 
wife uses to beat you into obedience with :)
soup cans and the likes can crush em up too just use a circular motion 
to crush them with the bottom of the can, put them into a little pile nd 
use the can to work them down flat again a few times.... not exact but 
works in a pinch....
or just get a 9 dollar whirly from Home depot.  or a 3 dollar whirly 
from dollar store...  or just throw the whole bean into a jar, and let 
it sit in the sun all day, instead of sun tea you can make sun coffee,  
then next morning pour the coffee out throw it into the microwave and 
heat it up.  what could be more natural than that?
Aaron

26) From: Amy Bailey
Or find a cheap pepper grinder?  As long as the space is big enough for the
beans.  Might work...
           ---Amy
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27) From: Aaron
amy, you might get away with a pepper grinder if you are using peaberry 
coffee's,  I don't know how one would work on a full sized honker of a 
bean.  I might have to play with one and see,  if i can get the bean 
down into the thing that is.  But if he busts the beans up a bit by 
stepping on a bagfull of them a few times, or running them over in his 
car, they should be small enough to put into a pepper grinder then.
or he can find a train track, get a roll of scotch tape, and tape them 
in a line onto the train track, and when the train comes by it'll grind 
them for him,  the tape is to keep the grounds from blowing away 
afterwards.   The bean express woot woot.
Aaron

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29) From: Brett Mason
Thanks all for the good thoughts!  Excdept for getting beaten with a rolling
pin...
This morning was twice te coffee, crushed twice as long, same paper towel as
coffee filter in the hotel pot....
Improving!  Whirley gig if I get the chance...
Today is up, eat, and at the Academy at 6:45 to go to all of Joshua's
classes with him.  Parade at 10:45 - now that will be a sight - with
gliders, flyover of the fleet along with some fighters from the nearby
base...  Lunch, touring around, open house, then we take our boy (our Man I
tell you - this place has grown him up!) and we do the town...  Then sleep
to get ready for the pageantry of the first football game - Go Falcons!
Thanks all! Brett
On 8/30/07, Jim Carter  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

30) From: Alison Pfeffer
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Ok, enough is enough.  I nearly had cappuccino foam coming out my  
nose this morning, I was laughing so hard.
Alison
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Ok, enough is =
enough.  I nearly had cappuccino foam coming out my nose this morning, =
I was laughing so hard.
Alison

=

amy, you might get away with = a pepper grinder if you are using peaberry 

coffee's,  I don't know how one would = work on a full sized honker of a 

bean.  I might have to play with one = and see,  if i can get = the bean 

down into the thing that = is.  But if he busts the = beans up a bit by 

stepping on a bagfull of = them a few times, or running them over in his 

car, they should be small enough to put = into a pepper grinder then.

or he can find a train = track, get a roll of scotch tape, and tape them 

in a line onto the train track, and = when the train comes by it'll grind 

them for him,  the tape is to keep the = grounds from blowing away 

afterwards.   The bean express woot = woot.

Aaron

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31) From: Cookie (Ann-Marie)
Anything to avoid Star$$$, home of the original scorched bean, eh, Aaron?=
   Cookie
 
 http://cookiestitches.blogspot.com----- =
Original Message ----
From: Alison Pfeffer 
To: =
homeroast
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 9:23:18 AM=
Subject: Re: +Zassenhaus back in stock
Ok, enough is enough. =
 I nearly had cappuccino foam coming out my nose this morning, I was laughi=
ng so hard.
Alison
amy, you might get away with=
 a pepper grinder if you are using peaberry 
coffee's,  I don't know how =
one would work on a full sized honker of a 
bean.  I might have to play w=
ith one and see,  if i can get the bean 
down into the thing that is.  Bu=
t if he busts the beans up a bit by 
stepping on a bagfull of them a few =
times, or running them over in his 
car, they should be small enough to p=
ut into a pepper grinder then.
or he can find a train track, get a =
roll of scotch tape, and tape them 
in a line onto the train track, and w=
hen the train comes by it'll grind 
them for him,  the tape is to keep th=
e grounds from blowing away 
afterwards.   The bean express woot woot.
=
Aaron


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