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Topic: $1.49 Mazzer hopper... (6 msgs / 691 lines)
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Bought a funnel for canning at Meijer that fits my Mazzer perfect.  It's by=
 good cook if anyone is interested.  It's bright red. 
 
On another note, I'm assuming I have the Mazzer Major.  Under the 'model' i=
t says MAJOR AUT.  but on the bottom of the label it says Mazzer Luigi s.r.=
l.  Anyone?  
 
Ron   
From: homeroast: homeroast: Re: +A=
ctual roasting question!Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 08:59:11 -0600
On 1/21/08, kevin creason  wrote: 
brett won't like this, but i agree with him. ;)i really think ken has the c=
ontrarian viewpoint as the directions withpresses suggest a coarser grind. =
iirc.fwiw, i have an insulated (vacuum) press pot (stainless by nisan). ith=
ink SM sells an insulated stainless pot. i have also seen a doublewall glas=
s pot on bodum's site.On 1/19/08, Brett Mason  wrote:>=
 I use my presspot differently, Ken.  I grind very coarse, and use quite a>=
 bit more coffee than most do.  I get a nice sweet pot this way...>> I ment=
ion it, because msot folks seem to like their presspot with a very> fine gr=
ind, and I don't.  I am an equal-opportunity contrarian at times, and> this=
 is one...>> Happy Pressin,> Brett>> On Jan 19, 2008 7:45 AM, Ken Mary  wrote:>> > My bitter taster seems different from others in tha=
t I have never tasted> > bitterness in any coffee ever.> >> > Others have s=
tated that brewing too cold can lead to bitterness. French> > presses cool =
much too fast to keep optimal brewing temperature for the> > proper time. Y=
ou should boil two volumes of water for your press, the> > first> > is to h=
eat up the press pot. Dump this after 30 seconds or so, add grounds> > to t=
he press and then the remaining water. You can also insulate the press> > w=
ith a cloth cover during the steep.> >> > Another problem with most press u=
sers is grinding way too coarse. I> > recommend a grind a step or two above=
 espresso. You may have to reduce the> > amount of grounds.> >> > Roasting =
too dark may lead to bitterness. I always avoid going more than a> > few sn=
aps into second. Faster profiles with a few snaps leave more beans> > at> >=
 fullcity- and IMO better taste than slower profiles with most of the beans=
<Snip>
nto> > bittersweet. Maybe this is what you do not like.> >> > If your old g=
reens have dried out, you may have to roast them more> > carefully. The tem=
perature may rise faster than normal. You can try to> > rehydrate old beans=
. Others have had good results adding some water to the> > beans and leavin=
g them sit for 15 minutes to an hour. A rough calculation> > shows that one=
 tablespoon of water (15 ml) will raise a pound of beans> > from> > 9% to 1=
2% moisture.> > --> >> > ho=
meroast mailing list> >http://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homer=oast> > To change your personal list settings (digest options, vacations,> =
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Bought a funnel for canning at Meijer that fits my Mazzer perfect=
.  It's by good cook if anyone is interested.  It's bright red.&n=
bsp;
 
On another note, I'm assuming I have the Mazzer Major.  Under the=
 'model' it says MAJOR AUT.  but on the bottom of the label =
it says Mazzer Luigi s.r.l.  Anyone?  
 
Ron   
From: homeroast
To: homeroast
Subject=
: Re: +Actual roasting question!
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 08:59:11 -0600
<a small mob of large-grinding contrarians is seen hastening throu=
gh the streets, carrying sweet smelling french presses and displaying hideo=
us grins>
On 1/21/08, kevin creason <ckevinj=
com> wrote: 
brett won't like this, but i agree with him. ;)
i reall=
y think ken has the contrarian viewpoint as the directions with
presses =
suggest a coarser grind. iirc.
fwiw, i have an insulated (vacuum) pr=
ess pot (stainless by nisan). i
think SM sells an insulated stainless po=
t. i have also seen a double
wall glass pot on bodum's site.
=
On 1/19/08, Brett Mason <homeroas=
t> wrote:
> I use my presspot differently, Ken. =
; I grind very coarse, and use quite a
> bit more coffee than mo=
st do.  I get a nice sweet pot this way...
>
> I ment=
ion it, because msot folks seem to like their presspot with a very
> =
fine grind, and I don't.  I am an equal-opportunity contrarian at=
 times, and
> this is one...
>
> Happy Pressin,
> B=
rett
>
> On Jan 19, 2008 7:45 AM, Ken Mary <kdmary> wrote:
>
> > My bit=
ter taster seems different from others in that I have never tasted
> =
> bitterness in any coffee ever.
> >
> > Others have s=
tated that brewing too cold can lead to bitterness. French
> > pre=
sses cool much too fast to keep optimal brewing temperature for the
>=
 > proper time. You should boil two volumes of water for your press, the=
> > first
> > is to heat up the press pot. Dump this aft=
er 30 seconds or so, add grounds
> > to the press and then the rem=
aining water. You can also insulate the press
> > with a cloth cov=
er during the steep.
> >
> > Another problem with most pr=
ess users is grinding way too coarse. I
> > recommend a grind a st=
ep or two above espresso. You may have to reduce the
> > amount of=
 grounds.
> >
> > Roasting too dark may lead to bitternes=
s. I always avoid going more than a
> > few snaps into second. Fas=
ter profiles with a few snaps leave more beans
> > at
> >=
 fullcity- and IMO better taste than slower profiles with most of the beans=
> > at fc to fc+. These darker roasts convert the sweet chocolate=
 flavors into
> > bittersweet. Maybe this is what you do not like.=
> >
> > If your old greens have dried out, you may have =
to roast them more
> > carefully. The temperature may rise faster =
than normal. You can try to
> > rehydrate old beans. Others have h=
ad good results adding some water to the
> > beans and leaving the=
m sit for 15 minutes to an hour. A rough calculation
> > shows tha=
t one tablespoon of water (15 ml) will raise a pound of beans
> > =
from
> > 9% to 12% moisture.
> > --
> >=
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> > http://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homero=ast
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 vacations,
> > unsvbscribes) go to
> > http:/=
/sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings
> >
>=
;
>
>
> --
> Cheers,
> Brett
>
> =
http://homero=ast.freeservers.com
>
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-Kevin
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2) From: homeroast
Ron,
Meijer!? Meijer has been a big client of mine over the years. Where are 
you? The chain doesn't spread to terribly far, so I'm just wondering. My 
canning funnel came from Meijer as well.
John
Ron Feroni wrote:
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S.E. Michigan...> From: john> To: homeroast=
.sweetmarias.com> Subject: Re: +$1.49 Mazzer hopper...> Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2=
008 13:37:28 -0500> > Ron,> > Meijer!? Meijer has been a big client of mine=
 over the years. Where are > you? The chain doesn't spread to terribly far,=
 so I'm just wondering. My > canning funnel came from Meijer as well.> > Jo=
hn> > Ron Feroni wrote:> > > Bought a funnel for canning at Meijer that fit=
s my Mazzer perfect. > > It's by good cook if anyone is interested. It's br=
ight red.> >> > On another note, I'm assuming I have the Mazzer Major. Unde=
r the > > 'model' it says MAJOR AUT. but on the bottom of the label it says=
 > > Mazzer Luigi s.r.l. Anyone?> >> > Ron> >> >> > -----------------------=
-------------------------------------------------> > From: homeroast=
com> > To: homeroast> > Subject: Re: +Actual roasting=
 question!> > Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 08:59:11 -0600> >> >  > through the streets, carryin=
g sweet smelling french presses and> > displaying hideous grins>> >> > On 1=
/21/08, kevin creason  > > wro=
te:> >> > brett won't like this, but i agree with him. ;)> > i really think=
 ken has the contrarian viewpoint as the> > directions with> > presses sugg=
est a coarser grind. iirc.> >> > fwiw, i have an insulated (vacuum) press p=
ot (stainless by> > nisan). i> > think SM sells an insulated stainless pot.=
 i have also seen a> > double> > wall glass pot on bodum's site.> >> >> > O=
n 1/19/08, Brett Mason  > =
<Snip>
 > use quite a> > > bit more coffee than most do. I get a nice sweet pot th=
is way...> > >> > > I mention it, because msot folks seem to like their pre=
sspot> > with a very> > > fine grind, and I don't. I am an equal-opportunit=
y> > contrarian at times, and> > > this is one...> > >> > > Happy Pressin,>=
 > > Brett> > >> > > On Jan 19, 2008 7:45 AM, Ken Mary  > <=
mailto:kdmary>> wrote:> > >> > > > My bitter taster seems different=
 from others in that I> > have never tasted> > > > bitterness in any coffee=
 ever.> > > >> > > > Others have stated that brewing too cold can lead to> =
<Snip>
ing> > temperature for the> > > > proper time. You should boil two volumes =
of water for your> > press, the> > > > first> > > > is to heat up the press=
 pot. Dump this after 30 seconds or> > so, add grounds> > > > to the press =
and then the remaining water. You can also> > insulate the press> > > > wit=
h a cloth cover during the steep.> > > >> > > > Another problem with most p=
ress users is grinding way too> > coarse. I> > > > recommend a grind a step=
 or two above espresso. You may> > have to reduce the> > > > amount of grou=
nds.> > > >> > > > Roasting too dark may lead to bitterness. I always avoid=
<Snip>
few snaps> > leave more beans> > > > at> > > > fullcity- and IMO better tas=
te than slower profiles with> > most of the beans> > > > at fc to fc+. Thes=
e darker roasts convert the sweet> > chocolate flavors into> > > > bittersw=
eet. Maybe this is what you do not like.> > > >> > > > If your old greens h=
ave dried out, you may have to roast> > them more> > > > carefully. The tem=
perature may rise faster than normal.> > You can try to> > > > rehydrate ol=
d beans. Others have had good results adding> > some water to the> > > > be=
ans and leaving them sit for 15 minutes to an hour. A> > rough calculation>=
 > > > shows that one tablespoon of water (15 ml) will raise a> > pound of =
beans> > > > from> > > > 9% to 12% moisture.> > > > --> > > >=> > > > homeroast mailing list> > > > htt=
p://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast> > > > To change your =
personal list settings (digest options,> > vacations,> > > > unsvbscribes) =
go to> > > >http://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings>> >=
 >> > >> > >> > >> > > --> > > Cheers,> > > Brett> > >> > >http://homeroas=t.freeservers.com> > > > >> >> >> > --> =
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S.E. Michigan...
> From: john
> T=
o: homeroast
> Subject: Re: +$1.49 Mazzer hoppe=
r...
> Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 13:37:28 -0500
> 
> Ron,> > > > Roasting too dark may lead to bitterness. I always av=
oid
> > going more than a
> > > > few snaps into se=
cond. Faster profiles with a few snaps
> > leave more beans
>=
; > > > at
> > > > fullcity- and IMO better taste t=
han slower profiles with
> > most of the beans
> > > &=
gt; at fc to fc+. These darker roasts convert the sweet
> > chocol=
ate flavors into
> > > > bittersweet. Maybe this is what you=
 do not like.
> > > >
> > > > If your old gre=
ens have dried out, you may have to roast
> > them more
> &g=
t; > > carefully. The temperature may rise faster than normal.
>=
; > You can try to
> > > > rehydrate old beans. Others ha=
ve had good results adding
> > some water to the
> > >=
 > beans and leaving them sit for 15 minutes to an hour. A
> > =
rough calculation
> > > > shows that one tablespoon of water=
 (15 ml) will raise a
> > pound of beans
> > > > fr=
om
> > > > 9% to 12% moisture.
> > > > --
=
> > > >
>=
 > > > homeroast mailing list
> > > >http://lists.=sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast
> > > > To change=
 your personal list settings (digest options,
> > vacations,
&g=
t; > > > unsvbscribes) go to
> > > >http://sweetma=rias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings
> > > >
> =
> >
> > >
> > >
> > > --
> =
> > Cheers,
> > > Brett
> > >
> > &g=
t;http://homeroast.freeservers.com> > <http://homeroast.frees=ervers.com/>
> > >
> >
> >
> > --=
> > -Kevin
> > Admit your errors before someone else exa=
ggerates them. -
> > Andrew V. Mason
> >=
> > homeroast mailing list
>=
 >http://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast> > =
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> >
> >
> >
=
> > -- 
> > Cheers,
> > Brett
> >
> =
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> 
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For $4.50 more you can get one in stainless steel and it really looks
classy.http://cgi.ebay.com/Stainless-Steel-Canning-Funnel_W0QQitemZ180195325283QQihZ008QQcategoryZ20651QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD1VQQtrksidZp1638.m118.l1247QQcmdZViewItemOn Jan 21, 2008 9:06 AM, Ron Feroni  wrote:
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For $4.50 more you can get one in stainless steel and it really looks classy.
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On Jan 21, 2008 9:06 AM, Ron Feroni <rferoni> wrote:
S.E. Michigan...
> From: john 
> To: homeroast
> Subject: Re: +$1.49 Mazzer hopper...
> Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 13:37:28 -0500 
> 
> Ron,
> 
> Meijer!? Meijer has been a big client of mine over the years. Where are 
> you? The chain doesn't spread to terribly far, so I'm just wondering. My 
> canning funnel came from Meijer as well.
> 
> John
> 
> Ron Feroni wrote:
> 
> > Bought a funnel for canning at Meijer that fits my Mazzer perfect. 
> > It's by good cook if anyone is interested. It's bright red.
> >
> > On another note, I'm assuming I have the Mazzer Major. Under the 
> > 'model' it says MAJOR AUT. but on the bottom of the label it says 
> > Mazzer Luigi s.r.l. Anyone?
> >
> > Ron
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > From: homeroast

> > To: homeroast
> > Subject: Re: +Actual roasting question!
> > Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 08:59:11 -0600
> >
> > <a small mob of large-grinding contrarians is seen hastening
> > through the streets, carrying sweet smelling french presses and
> > displaying hideous grins>
> >
> > On 1/21/08, kevin creason <ckevinj
> > <mailto:ckevinj>> wrote:
> >
> > brett won't like this, but i agree with him. ;)
> > i really think ken has the contrarian viewpoint as the
> > directions with
> > presses suggest a coarser grind. iirc.
> >
> > fwiw, i have an insulated (vacuum) press pot (stainless by
> > nisan). i
> > think SM sells an insulated stainless pot. i have also seen a
> > double
> > wall glass pot on bodum's site.
> >
> >
> > On 1/19/08, Brett Mason <homeroast
> > <mailto:
homeroast>> wrote:
> > > I use my presspot differently, Ken. I grind very coarse, and
> > use quite a
> > > bit more coffee than most do. I get a nice sweet pot this way...
> > >
> > > I mention it, because msot folks seem to like their presspot
> > with a very
> > > fine grind, and I don't. I am an equal-opportunity
> > contrarian at times, and
> > > this is one...
> > >
> > > Happy Pressin,
> > > Brett
> > >
> > > On Jan 19, 2008 7:45 AM, Ken Mary <
kdmary
> > <mailto:kdmary>> wrote:
> > >
> > > > My bitter taster seems different from others in that I
> > have never tasted
> > > > bitterness in any coffee ever.
> > > >
> > > > Others have stated that brewing too cold can lead to
> > bitterness. French
> > > > presses cool much too fast to keep optimal brewing
> > temperature for the
> > > > proper time. You should boil two volumes of water for your
> > press, the
> > > > first
> > > > is to heat up the press pot. Dump this after 30 seconds or
> > so, add grounds
> > > > to the press and then the remaining water. You can also
> > insulate the press
> > > > with a cloth cover during the steep.
> > > >
> > > > Another problem with most press users is grinding way too
> > coarse. I
> > > > recommend a grind a step or two above espresso. You may
> > have to reduce the
> > > > amount of grounds.
> > > >
> > > > Roasting too dark may lead to bitterness. I always avoid
> > going more than a
> > > > few snaps into second. Faster profiles with a few snaps
> > leave more beans
> > > > at
> > > > fullcity- and IMO better taste than slower profiles with
> > most of the beans
> > > > at fc to fc+. These darker roasts convert the sweet
> > chocolate flavors into
> > > > bittersweet. Maybe this is what you do not like.
> > > >
> > > > If your old greens have dried out, you may have to roast
> > them more
> > > > carefully. The temperature may rise faster than normal.
> > You can try to
> > > > rehydrate old beans. Others have had good results adding
> > some water to the
> > > > beans and leaving them sit for 15 minutes to an hour. A
> > rough calculation
> > > > shows that one tablespoon of water (15 ml) will raise a
> > pound of beans
> > > > from
> > > > 9% to 12% moisture.
> > > > --
> > > >
> > > > homeroast mailing list
> > > > http://lists.sweetmarias.com/mailman/listinfo/homeroast> > > > To change your personal list settings (digest options,
> > vacations,
> > > > unsvbscribes) go to
> > > > 
http://sweetmarias.com/maillistinfo.html#personalsettings> > > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > --
> > > Cheers,
> > > Brett
> > >
> > > http://homeroast.freeservers.com> > <
http://homeroast.freeservers.com/>> > >
> >
> >
> > --
> > -Kevin
> > Admit your errors before someone else exaggerates them. -
> > Andrew V. Mason
> >
> > homeroast mailing list
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> >
> >
> >
> > -- 
> > Cheers,
> > Brett
> >
> > http://homeroast.freeservers.com/>">http://homeroast.freeservers.com<http://homeroast.freeservers.com/>
> >
> >
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> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> John A C Despres
> 
> Hug your kids
> 
> 616.437.9182
> Scene It All Productions <http://www.sceneitallproductions.com/>> 
> JD's Coffee Provoked Ramblings 
> <http://jdscoffeeprovokedramblings.blogspot.com/>
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I think you'll find that 'Mazzer Luigi' is the name of the company and not
connected with the model as such.
I have three Mazza's and the name plate all have the reference to 'Mazzer
Luigi'.
Probably the name of the guy who started the company!
Neil A.
Sydney, Ozhttp://ministrygrounds.net.auFrom: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Ron Feroni
Sent: Tuesday, 22 January 2008 2:29 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: +$1.49 Mazzer hopper...
Bought a funnel for canning at Meijer that fits my Mazzer perfect.  It's by
good cook if anyone is interested.  It's bright red. 
 
On another note, I'm assuming I have the Mazzer Major.  Under the 'model' it
says MAJOR AUT.  but on the bottom of the label it says Mazzer Luigi s.r.l.
Anyone?  
 
Ron   
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I think you’ll find that ‘Mazzer Luigi’ = is the name of the company and not connected with the model as such.

I have three Mazza’s and the name plate all have = the reference to ‘Mazzer Luigi’.

Probably the name of the guy who started the = company!

 

Neil A. Sydney, Oz 

">http://ministrygrounds.net.au

 

From: = homeroast-admin [mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Ron = Feroni Sent: Tuesday, 22 January 2008 2:29 AM To: homeroast Subject: +$1.49 Mazzer hopper...

 

Bought a funnel for canning at Meijer that fits my Mazzer perfect.  It's by good cook if = anyone is interested.  It's bright red.    On another note, I'm assuming I have the Mazzer Major.  Under the 'model' it says MAJOR AUT.  but on the bottom of the = label it says Mazzer Luigi s.r.l.  Anyone?     Ron  

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6) From: homeroast
That will also be $5.95 shipping, for a grand total of $11.94 delivered 
right to your door.
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