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Topic: homeroast digest, Vol 1 #6550 - 29 msgs (6 msgs / 108 lines)
1) From: Tink0952
Hello Everyone & Happy Holidays,
   I'm new to the group and kind of new to roasting also. I am using a
whirly popcorn popper to roast my beans. I have been having a problem
roasting . My beans are always a little darker than I would like. Any
tips would be greatly appreciated.
 Have a great turkey day!

2) From: Brian Kamnetz
Hi Sandy,
Welcome to the list!
About your question: Do you mean the color is darker than you would
like, or do you mean that the roast is going further than you would
like, so that you are getting a bit of burned flavor in your coffee?
On Nov 21, 2007 3:32 PM, Tink  wrote:

3) From: Jack M. Rogers
You're saying you use a whirly pop without anything else?  I'm surprised 
it's working at all.  What happens if you just reduce the time?  And how 
much are you roasting per batch?  How long?
Also, being new to the list --
1. Welcome aboard!
2. You are subscribing to the "digest" version -- this one was a digest 
containing 29 emails.  By using "Reply" you got a Subject that is not 
helpful.  If you want to post to the list, just send an email to the 
list, and fill in your own, informative Subject line.  It helps folks 
respond when the Subject tells them something about the post.
Tink wrote:

4) From: Eddie Dove
Welcome aboard and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
Vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On 11/21/07, Tink  wrote:

5) From: Gary Townsend
Sandy welcome to a great place to have a virtual coffee room experience.
When you get a chance check out Thom's virtual coffee roasting university,
although there are an unlimited supply of subject matter experts out there
in the www,
I start my education into all things coffee related at Sweet Maria's
I can spend hours there reading, and know that I am saving myself a lot of
when I'm trying out new to me anyways, home coffee roasting methods...
Here's one to get you started-http://www.sweetmarias.com/stovepopmethod.htmlGood luck and happy roasting!
 Tink  wrote:
My beans are always a little darker than I would like. Any tips would be

6) From: Larry Johnson
Welcome, Sandy. As everyone before me has said, you can learn a lot
about coffee here, and have fun doing it.
Happy roasting!
On 11/21/07, Tink  wrote:
Larry J

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