[Homeroast] It's raining raisins

Ed Needham beans at homeroaster.com
Sat Jan 23 23:10:27 CST 2010


Definitely an improvement over the drying ways of the past.  Heck, Sumatra 
lost half it's 'character' when they stopped drying beans on the side of 
dirt roads.
Remember when great Sumatra's were really 'funky' and ugly and supposed to 
be that way?
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> Not to be pitnicking, but the cherries (not the bare seed/greens) are
> sometimes still "old school" dried directly on the ground. More and more 
> (if
> not most) of the better DP's are now raised bed dried.




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