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Topic: too long since last roast - need confidence (7 msgs / 311 lines)
1) From: Stephen Carey
Hello, all.  I have been in the hospital pretty much since the 
beginning of August.  I got back last week, I think.  And, I did send 
a post, but I can't remember what it was even about.
Here is my issue - confidence.  The meds I take for cancer and for 
this and for that, plus the never-ending pain that a morphine pump 
isn't able to squash completely, have a rough effects (affects?) on 
me.  The worst, well, the most interfering at this time is that I 
have trouble doing the most simple of things, and worse yet, my short 
term memory is just a waste.
So, I can use some help.  First, it is very unusual that I can even 
type after 2:00 p.m.  But, I need to get this post out to get some 
help.  I so need to do a roast.  I have been using the Behmor 1600 
for a long time with no issues at all.  I follow the instructions, 
plus the tips I get here and before I went in the hospital I was 
trying and succeeding in doing more complext roasting.
Now, other than I realize I need to roast at about noon, I need to 
just get the courage and roast a simple one, maybe the one I have 
roasted the most, which is Costa Rica - Vino de Arabia.  I run a 
fairly simple profile on the beans and they have always been very 
good, at least to my tastes.  So, I guess it makes sense to start there.
I am also making sure someone will be here, should I have a health 
incident - not likely, but I would rather play it safe.
Thoughts on that?  Okay?
Next, I have the Maestro Plus Burr Mill.  I haven't used it since the 
end of September, I believe.  It has been covered with a thing that 
is used to cover things  that are in the kitchen, like a toaster 
cover thing.  I have never understood why a toaster needed a cover, 
it never seemed to have goose bumps or to shiver much, but, hey, I am 
following folloing directions.  It took a decade for me to start 
reading them.  So, this is progress.
As far as I know, the grinder was never touched and was not plugged 
in.  And, it still isn't plugged in.
I have about 50 grinds o the grinder, probably a bit more, but I just 
don't know.  I would have to find my logs and I can't do that until I 
am on the next round of pain meds and a bunch of everything.  I think 
I mentioned one time that I do take 104 pills each and every day, 
plus, for one year I had to inject myself with a drug that I know 
would make me feel really ill.  So, I would take it at about 3:00 
p.m. and hope the workday momentum could get me through.  Now, I am 
off ot that drug, but I am now on 106 drugs/day, though this includes 
supplements with come in child access tops, and a list of contra 
indications.  So, my doctors have worked out to make this all work.
In the morning, I take this one drug which I am sure many have heard 
of.  What it does, as we use it for an off-label use, is to help 
clear my thinking and the fogginess which comes with some 
medications.  It is like a wonder drug for me.  It is NOT a 
stimulant.  So, I only take in one and it lasts for about six hours, 
tops.  I only take it in he morning.  Which fits in with my roasting at noon.
I understand that this post is probably a wandering, sorry, doing the 
best I can and typing with two fingers as I am relearning some of 
these things. like when it is my night to put out the trash.  Part of 
it is that I have missed you all, which I didn't think was possible 
from a list serv thing.
Wrap it up:
Does the choice of beans  make sense:
Do I have to do anything with the grinder before I grind.  It had a 
pretty deep cleaning the week-end I got ill again.  Will it still 
have my profiles in it or will I have to reset all of the profiles or 
will they be in the memory - sorry, I can figure this out by plugging 
it in and just looking.  Not, thinking quite so well.
Thank you for your patience with my roaming post and for any 
suggestions which might be good for me.
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2) From: Derek Bradford
Hi Stephen,
I have just a couple comments.  First, if it were me, I'd just choose a bean
I remember liking, nothing rare I suppose, and set the Behmor for a standard
profile, ending up more or less where Tom mentions on the bag.  I think that
would be fine for me; the coffee will taste very good, and I wouldn't be
worrying about complex profiles.  Remember that a huge percentage of the
goodness of homeroasted coffee is the quality of the green beans and the
freshness of the roast.
As for your grinder, I don't know what memory functions it might have, but
again, I wouldn't worry much about it.  If you have some minute rice, run a
bit of that through to clean up some of the old grinds (maybe a tablespoon
or two), then grind up a few beans to flush out the rice, and then just
grind up as much as you need for whatever brew method you're using.  I
wouldn't worry about the programmed volumes that were there.
In a nutshell, your roasting idea sounds good; pick something nice and do a
generic roast profile.  Give the grinder a quick clean with minute rice,
forget about the memory functions, and grind what you need manually.  You'll
be sipping coffee in no time.  (And remember the upside to memory
troubles--things can be new and surprising a lot more frequently than for
most other people.  It works for me.)
--Derek
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3) From: Sheila Quinn
Hi Stephen,
I'm glad to hear you are back home now. Please take care of yourself! 
Yes, I think it's a wise idea to have someone there, just in case 
anything happens...whether during a roast or not! I think your grinder 
should be perfectly fine. Sitting around for a while doesn't do them any 
harm, so I wouldn't worry about that. You can clean it with Minute Rice 
if you want, but it isn't an immediate necessity, especially since it's 
been covered. Run a simple profile on the bean of your choice and just 
enjoy it.
Good to have you back!
Blessings,
Sheila
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5) From: Lynne
Hi Stephen -
I was just thinking of you! In fact, I was going to send you a PM to find
out how you are doing...
So sorry to hear about the lengthy hospital stay & your struggles. Don't
really have any advice that's coffee related - but I want to send some
gentle hugs your way. I've missed your insightful posts - my prayers are
with you.
I think the suggestion so far are good, and others will, I'm sure, chime in.
I've had my own dealings with short term memory loss (and pain - but not at
the level you are experiencing, I'm sure). I was just talking to my son, who
suffers with a lot of pain similar to mine; I've noticed that my brain seems
to be duller than years ago - but it used to be much worse. (well, when I *
thought* my memory was fine, I actually left one of my dogs outside without
knowing it - several times! OK, misplacing a 12 pound dog is one thing - but
once my landlord called to tell me the 80 pound dog was in the outside
hallway!!)
I think it's kind of a chicken & egg thing - pain is horrid to live with, so
it could be the meds, or the pain that causes memory loss - or a combination
of both. I used to make sure I'd write notes to myself to help me remember.
Sticky notes are great!
Also think it's great idea to start with a bean you roasted a lot.
Good luck - and keep us posted!!
Lynne
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6) From: Jim Gundlach
Stephen,
       I have recently survived a brain infected with Herpes Simples  
Encephalitis which left me very handicapped for a while.   My wife got  
me a Behmor 1600 roaster and I started using simple A & P1 profiles,  
to other readers you need to have one of these to know what that  
mean,  with the machine when I was most handicapped.  It was enough to  
make me really appreciate being back home, alive, and with freshly  
brewed home roasted great coffee.
         pecan jim
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7) From: Stephen Carey
Great suggestions, all.  Thank you for the suggestions on the bean 
type, which is going to be the  Costa Rica - Vino de Arabia.
And, since I have had so many ambulance rides over the last few 
weeks, I will also make sure my partner is here.
And, I can taste that mighty fine bean already.
Again, thank you for the suggestions.  I will use them and let you 
know howw it tasted.  I ca't wait for the smell of that
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