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Topic: Get a horse [traveling with coffee] (3 msgs / 60 lines)
1) From: aaronx
I'm on the road for my job about 26 weeks out of the year (usually a week at
a time).
To keep it simple, I travel with:
~1 pound of roasted coffee (three batches in my Precision).
1 blade grinder (something with burrs and hand cranked would be better, but
I already had an old whirly and I'm cheap).
1 Black & Decker brew&go (I think it's called). I know, I know, drip coffee
is for losers, but it's light (all plastic), has a permanent 'gold' filter
and heats its own water.
Like I said, simple.
My home setup is a little better, but still put together as a balance
between easy, cheap and delicious. If anyone out there is curious to see how
simple a home setup can be, I put up a few pages describing it:http://www.aaronx.org/cafe/I worry that someone who has never roasted their own coffee would think -
based on following this list - that you need an engineering degree and an
elaborate workshop to enjoy actual fresh coffee, so I'm sharing my modest
setup with the list. That, and I'm kinda' proud of my simple smoke-venting
solution.
-Aaronx
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2) From: Dave Huddle
Aaronx,
I like the shelf for your coffee in the shower.
Gotta get one for my house!
Dave 
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3) From: Rich Adams
Nice bud.http://www.aaronx.org/cafe/brewing.phpj/k.


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