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Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

This is a discussion on Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap! within the Coffee Discussion forums, part of the Coffee Forums category; Originally Posted by Mister Moo Nobody can be faulted for reading Ken Davids, however, I would suggest saving the $22 ...

  
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    An Original Latino ResIpsa's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Moo View Post
    Nobody can be faulted for reading Ken Davids, however, I would suggest saving the $22 or spending it on cigars and green coffee beans. Everything (and everybody) you need to know for roasting extraordinary coffee is right in this very forum.

    My advice is to find a $1.00 thrift popper (or buy an IRoast2 if you want no unnecessary fiddling around) and order a few pounds of central american green beans (Guatamalan, Costa Rican or Honduran) from any of dozens of quality providers. A great first look is www.sweetmarias.com.

    I don't recall ever hearing someone say "I bought central american coffee beans and an IRoast and want to get rid of them." Anyone?

    Experience is the best teacher when it comes to roasting beans, and here in our little coffee forum you have a wealth of knowledge to ask questions of, from professional roasters right on down the line. Just dive in dude!

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    OK you bastages just made me order a freshroast+ - this should be fun

  3. #93

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by j6ppc View Post
    OK you bastages just made me order a freshroast+ - this should be fun
    You're gonna have alot of fun Jon !!!!!


    [SIZE=1]How is my day going........either or [/SIZE]

  4. #94

    Maturing Puffer Fish NapCat's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by j6ppc View Post
    OK you bastages just made me order a freshroast+ - this should be fun

    [SIZE="4"]Congratulations !
    Your world is about to change (for the better). Home roasting opens a whole new experience in taste, relaxation and history. Keep us posted on the progress of your adventure.

    'da Cat
    [/SIZE]

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    I like the title of this thread "Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!"

    No it's not cheap.

    The beans are cheap...but all the stuff to get them done...well, it adds up.

    Kinda like reloading youir own ammo is cheap, except what you have to spend for the inital outlay.

    I'm not knocking anyone or anything, as I've just spent a few hundred and hoipefully I'll be able to get my first roast done this week. I have a sneaking feeling that when that fiurst batch is finished, ground and brewed, I'll be just another 'hooked bastige'

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmurman View Post
    I like the title of this thread "Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!"

    No it's not cheap.

    The beans are cheap...but all the stuff to get them done...well, it adds up.
    That's 'cause you're on the front end. I remember thinking the same thing when I started..."Where the heck is the savings?"
    Now looking back over a few years...IT'S CHEAP!
    Roast 'em if ya got 'em!

  7. #97

    Ask me why I dinged Black Mister Moo's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by whodat1 View Post
    Now looking back over a few years...IT'S CHEAP!
    I have saved a lot of money in the past several years - far, far more than the outlay - but in the end it has little to do with saving money and more about adding to the fun of the day and the quality of the cup.
    "But with a little bit of luck You'll run amok!"

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    Maturing Puffer Fish NapCat's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    "...No it's not cheap...

    ...The beans are cheap...but all the stuff to get them done...well, it adds up.
    as I've just spent a few hundred..."

    [SIZE="4"]Very True ! I have more invested in coffee paraphernalia than in my automobile, but wouldn't have it any other way. I enjoy my coffee a great deal more than driving ! HA![/SIZE]


    "...I'll be just another 'hooked bastige'..."

    [SIZE="4"]Count on it !

    'da Cat
    [/SIZE]

  9. #99

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by NapCat View Post
    "...No it's not cheap...

    ...The beans are cheap...but all the stuff to get them done...well, it adds up.
    as I've just spent a few hundred..."

    [SIZE="4"]Very True ! I have more invested in coffee paraphernalia than in my automobile, but wouldn't have it any other way. I enjoy my coffee a great deal more than driving ! HA![/SIZE]


    "...I'll be just another 'hooked bastige'..."

    [SIZE="4"]Count on it !

    'da Cat
    [/SIZE]
    If I ever tried the "we can save money on doing it ourselves" she would laugh than take me on a tour of my stuff. I haven't even finished getting all the roasting stuff I want and I am already talking about a smoker...thanks Mike, lol. I will of course need a 2nd fridge to dry cure the meats.

    SAVE MONEY, LOL
    "They must find it difficult... Those who have taken authority as the truth rather than truth as the authority."
    Gerald Massey

  10. #100

    Leading Puffer Fish Quint's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Hmmmmmmmm....Should I get into this or not
    The import thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become.

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    Hmmmmmmmm....Should I get into this or not
    I dare you
    A bad day hunting or fishing is better than a good day at work.

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    Pretentious.Bastge.Online Tristan's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    Hmmmmmmmm....Should I get into this or not
    Quote Originally Posted by smokehouse View Post
    I dare you
    I double dog dare you!

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    Hmmmmmmmm....Should I get into this or not






  14. #104

    Ask me why I dinged Black Mister Moo's Avatar


     

    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Your avatar fits the profile Quint. Make it so, and may the schwartz be with you.
    "But with a little bit of luck You'll run amok!"

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    Re: Roasting coffee 101 - It's Cheap!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    Hmmmmmmmm....Should I get into this or not
    Do ya feel lucky? Well do ya buddy?

    Run Away Run Away
    Still hefing after all these years......

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