HomeRoast Digest


Topic: Homeroast Digest, Vol 36, Issue 17 (27 lines)
1) From: John M. Howison
I'll never be a Q owner, but I'm enjoying the traffic, which reminds
me of my good fortune.  In a one-coffee-drinker, two-mugs-a-day
household, I'd throw away a lot of stale coffee if I had a Q.   My
FR-500, costing one-seventh as much, and with its clearly visible
glass chamber, five heat levels, controllable timer, and infinitely
variable fan speed, combined with my nose, eyes and ears,  produces
coffee enough, and enables me to control a roast quite as well as the
Q owners write of doing.  When line voltage varies, I, not numbers,
control the process. The small capacity makes it easy for me to
combine varied roastings and enjoy all the flavors produced between
City-plus and full-city-plus.   I don't shiver in my garage;
disconnecting the smoke alarm enables me to roast in a warm kitchen
while the Dutch Baby bakes.  Paradise enow.
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