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Topic: Coffee gear (2 msgs / 44 lines)
1) From: McLaughlin, Georg
I've heard it mentioned several times on the list that the most important
piece of gear you can get for coffee brewing is a good grinder; I do agree
with that, but what about the most important gear for roasting (aside from
the obvious, like your roaster)?
My vote goes to a good quality, unused paint brush; the cheap ones
($.75-$2.00) with genuine boar bristle. Absolutely necessary for cleaning
the chaff out of your roaster and for clearing the grind chute on your
grinder. The brushes they usually supply with the roasters and grinders are
about useless; although they are good for "scrubbing" in some of the hard to
get to areas where grinds build up in the grinder.
Georg McLaughlin
Information Technology Technician
State Library of Pennsylvania
Box 1601
Harrisburg, Pa. 17105-1601
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2) From: Ben Treichel
A scale to weigh the beans for consistent batch size.
McLaughlin, Georg wrote:
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