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Topic: Adjusting Grind for 'spro > RE: +(no subject) (2 msgs / 96 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
The pressurized 'spro machine water 'does' respond to grind changes in a
standardized way, it's dem various beans that 'taint standardized!
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[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Tim Deines
	Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2007 7:36 PM
	
	Aside:  I'm new to this game, but I'm already amazed at the
variation in grind required with change of bean/roast.  I assumed that if
the grinder was standarized, then the grind would respond to the water
pressure in a standardized way.  That's obviously way wrong!

2) From: DJ Garcia
Yes, dem beans sure are pesky in that way, also how the proper quantity =
for
a proper dose varies by the bean. Maybe we can get those bioscientists =
to
come up with some treatment to get all coffee beans to be standardized =
...
OK, OK, I'm kidding, I saw what happened in Resident Evil when you muck =
with
nature ...
Grind and dosage are two things I keep track of for every roast session =
-
ooohhh! Two prepositions in a row - that's bad, no?
DJ
Getting ready to go to Arizona with an Aeropress and some Panamanian


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