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Topic: vac and freeze (6 msgs / 91 lines)
1) From: espresso gin
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right away after roasting? do you wait at all?
thanks in advance
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2) From: Rick Farris
Nope.  I like to vac them warm so that when they cool
the vacuum is even "harder."
-- Rick

3) From: miKe mcKoffee
From: "espresso gin" 
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I always vac my roasted beans but only freeze them if not going to be
consumed in 4 or 5 days. If known in advance, I'll rest them under vac for 2
days then freeze them. Sometimes they go in the freezer at day 5 if I've
roasted too much:-)
MM;-)
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4) From: espresso gin
so can I take out some of my beans from the freezer now so I can have them
in the morning or have I been a bad girl with 'um?
Mkie said:>> If known in advance, I'll rest them under vac for 2
days then freeze them<<

5) From: miKe mcKoffee
From: "espresso gin" 
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IMU, freezing the vac'd beans greatly slows the *rest* process. The deeper
(colder) the freeze, the slower the process. (read up on Sivetz site) If
they haven't had a chance to rest at room temp then yes I'd take out now
what you're going to grind tomorrow. BTW, when grinding beans from the
freezer always let them come up to room temp before grinding.
MM;-)
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6) From: David Westebbe
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I think you'd need coffee-flavored syrup to be a REALLY bad girl, but
roasted beans might have some possibilities too...
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