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Topic: ] Travel brewing idea (48 lines)
1) From: sci
Ok, I think I comprehend now. The screens that allow the water to contact
the grounds, appeared to me to be glass. But now it makes sense.
Well this is definitely going on my "get" list. I like all things Bodum too
so that makes it even better. I really like brew methods for one killer cup.
Ivan
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Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 20:34:40 -0700
From: "Barnet Rawitch" 
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Travel brewing idea
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Ivan,
Pull up the Bodum webpage at:http://www.bodumusa.com/shop/line.asp?MD=1&GID=3&LIDU8&HID377-16&CHK=On the picture:
You will see a stainless cylinder with large cutouts that have screens.
The cylinder is inserted into a soft rubber holder that holds the cylinder
in the cup of hot water.
Also note that the "plunger" is inserted into the cylinder.
The black cup in the back is used to both hold the "hot/damp" cylinder after
removal from the cup, and can be used to heat mike in a microwave.
So, you start by removing the plunger and putting in the grounds.  Leave the
plunger out during brewing.  The hot water and the coffee mix and brew
inside the cylinder.  After brewing time is complete, insert the plunger to
press out remaining water through the screens.  Place the cylinder in the
black carrier until ready to rinse and clean.
Hope this helps.  In any event when you have this thing in your hands it all
makes sense and comes together.
Barnet
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