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Topic: Using a Whirleypop (3 msgs / 40 lines)
1) From: Bill Van Huis
Anyone know a reason why you wouldn't want to roast coffee with a popper
that's been used a few times for popcorn (and subsequently cleaned, of
course)?  Do residue oils seep into the popper and impact the coffee?
I have access to a stainless steel one that's very clean and wanted to take
my first shot at using a popper for coffee.
Thanks in advance.
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2) From: Dave Kvindlog
On 3/4/08, Bill Van Huis  wrote:
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Take the popper, wipe it out, and start enjoying REAL coffee!
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Dave Kvindlog
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3) From: Coffee
Hmmm Hot Buttered Coffee Yum
-Peter
On Mar 4, 2008, at 10:12 AM, Bill Van Huis wrote:
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