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Topic: Extending time to second crack? (12 msgs / 219 lines)
1) From: lesliejcarpenter
Hi there,
Any suggestions how long the time can be between first and second crack, by turning down the temp a bit and postponing the second crack?
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2) From: Bob
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depends on what you are roasting with, but with my HG/BM I try for at =
least about three to four minutes with a 2# roast ending at around 17 =
minutes total time.
ymmv
Bob

3) From: Jim Gundlach
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I try for a three minute pause, I am not sure why.  It could be  
because three is a sacred number and the next sacred number is seven  
and it seems a bit long.
      pecan jim
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and the next sacred number is seven and it seems a bit long. =
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4) From: Stephen Niezgoda
How do you define a sacred number?
Personally I like to think primes are sacred (at least in number theory)
which means 5 would work equally as well as 3 or 7.
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5) From: Jim Gundlach
On Jan 30, 2008, at 1:20 PM, Stephen Niezgoda wrote:
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I didn't define it, cultural anthropologists reported it.  IRS  
recognizes it also.  Any return with too many 3's and 7's is flagged   
as having fabricated numbers.
    pecan jim

6) From: Lynne
Made me feel very sad for anyone living at 3737 Thirty Seventh Ave. That
would be like starting out with a negative balance at the bank...
: > } )
Lynne
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7) From: Cameron Forde
I heard a talk by a U of Chicago Economics prof a few years ago (maybe
2004?).  He was telling us about how he identified cheating in Sumo
wrestling and by teachers in the Chicago schools.  During questioning
after the talk he said that he was working with the IRS on identifying
tax cheats but that he couldn't tell us anything about his methods.
It was a great talk and I would recommend hearing him if you get the
chance.  His name is Steven Levitt and here is a link to an article on
him in the UC magazine
http://magazine.uchicago.edu/0304/research/invest-sumo.html).Cameron
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8) From: Robert Yoder
I really don't want to imagine the relevance of second crack to Sumo Wrestl=
ing (at least not before finishing my coffee).
 
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9) From: Lynne
Spew alert!!!
 I really don't want to imagine the relevance of second crack to Sumo
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10) From: Paul Helbert
End of Thread, I hope :>)

11) From: Bill
not quite the end!  But I do want to return to the original question about
time between 1st and 2nd.  I'm about 5 minutes between cracks.
I understand that we want a period of time between the cracks to... what?
 was it to develop the sugar chains?  Am I remembering that correctly?  So
we want to extend the time in order to develop complexity, but we don't want
to extend the roast so long that it stalls, right?
So it seems to me that so long as we have an upward trend in temperature,
even if it takes a while, it's ok?  Or am I missing something?  Anyone have
an idea how long is too long between cracks?
Take it easy
Bill

12) From: Jerry Procopio
I tend to time from the beginning of 1st crack to end of roast rather 
than between end of 1st and beginning of 2nd.  Depending on roast size 
and desired roast level, I try to keep the time (beginning of 1st to 
EOR) between 3.5 and 5 (maybe on occasion 6) minutes.
JavaJerry
RK Drum roasting in Chesapeake, VA
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