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Topic: HG/DB, (4 msgs / 88 lines)
1) From: Amy Bailey
Thanks, will do!  :)
          ---Amy
On 9/4/08, Brian Kamnetz  wrote:
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2) From: Skydragon454
Hi Amy, It took me a few (ok, a little more then a few) roasts to get my  
HG/DB batches to come out right but they are fantastic now. I personally   enjoy 
the whole process of manually heating, stirring, smelling, and hearing my  
beans to craft the perfect roast. It does take practice but you learn a lot  
about the bean roasting with the HG/DB. I've been roasting that way for about a  
year and I love it!
 
Eric
 
In a message dated 9/4/2008 10:18:52 A.M. Central Daylight Time,  
bkamnetz writes:
Amy,
I would be very interested in hearing how the HG/DB  roasting goes. Good luck!
Brian
On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at  10:20 AM, Amy Bailey  wrote:
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3) From: Jim Gundlach
Amy,
       I recommend you avoid too small a roast.   Sometimes trying a  
new method makes people want to be cautious with the beans they feel  
they are putting at risk.   Go ahead and start with half a pound at  
least.  What is your HG watt rating?
        pecan jim
On Sep 4, 2008, at 6:24 PM, Skydragon454 wrote:
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4) From: Amy Bailey
I'm planning on buying a 1200 w on Saturday, since my budget is a bit tight
after buying the house.  I'm tired of the tiny popper batches, so I was
thinking of starting with half a pound - I'm making espresso beans mostly,
so if I go a little too dark on the roast, it won't matter too much, as long
as I don't burn them.  :)
            ---Amy
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