[Homeroast] Body development > Behmor P2 Help
mcKona at comcast.net
Sat Dec 11 19:26:16 CST 2010
No I was being chided for using "f" instead of "F". (in what I perceived as
feigned confusion, context made it quite clear me thinks) Yeah I know "F"
for Fahrenheit is technically is correct, was giving my shift key a rest.
Somehow I suspect the preponderance of readers knew what I was saying...
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> [mailto:homeroast-bounces at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com] On
> Behalf Of Andy Thomas
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> Do you mean like this?
> > ...(faster ramp) versus body (slower). Most roasts I like
> somewhere between 12
> > to 20f/min ramp tanning stage (up to start of 1st)
> depending on the bean and
> > desired result. Faster than 20f/min always (usually) seemed
> too "thin" a...
> From: Kevin C <ckevinj at gmail.com>
> Are you saying 20 degrees Fahrenheit a minute? Just making
> sure I understand
> what you are saying, I think it should be listed with a F for
> clarity if that's
> what you meant.
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