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Topic: [Re: [Re: [Re: +ISH review - part 2, the 36 hour espresso]]] (34 lines)
1) From: Rick Farris
Charlie Herlihy  wrote:
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Actually, 500 degree air is capable of holding several times more moistur=
e
than 72-degree air.  But I think the proper question is: "How much heat i=
nput
does it take to raise 72-degree, 10%-humidity air to 500-degrees, as oppo=
sed
to raising 72-degree 70%-humidity to the same temperature."
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San Diego has perfect coffee (and cigar!) storing conditions - 70-degrees=
 and
70%-humidity pretty much year-round.
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I'm at about 4500 feet, but when I first got here, my beans had not had e=
nough
time to change, appreciably, so I'm pretty certain it is not the moisture=
content of the beans.
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Unfortunately, I'm roasting with a HIP, and don't have a lot of control. =
 Come
onnnnnn, Hot-Top!
-- Rick
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