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Topic: High altitude roasting times (2 msgs / 31 lines)
1) From: Tomenid
Hi, I realize of course that getting a dark roast at altitude is a snap.  
What I meant was have people done any experimenting with the lowest temperature  
needed to get a crack as well as times? I'm still playing around with the  
IRoaster and haven't found the perfect time and temp yet.
 
Tom
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2) From: raymanowen
Any time is a good time to roast, whatever the altitude. -ro
On Sun, Jun 8, 2008 at 6:09 PM,  wrote:
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