[Homeroast] You got corn in my coffee!

Archeobob archeobob at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 30 20:18:37 CST 2010

On occasion I see corn in the beans, once a dried pea. 
Considering we get the coffee from places drying multitudes of 
agricultural products, it's a wonder we don't see more!

Watch your Sumatran beans, they are well known to hide little 
gray stones as the beans often are dried on the ground. Your 
grinder will thank you.

Bob in Parker CO

From: "Kevin Creason" <ckevinj at gmail.com>
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Subject: [Homeroast] You got corn in my coffee!

So far I have found two giant dried corn kernels in my Honduras
organic Daniel O. microlot. I popped one (not in the roaster) 
but it
didn't puff out much confirming it definitely wasn't of the 
variety. They are very large and rectangular kernels.

It's amusing, but I'd be way more interested in hearing about 
facility and process just to hear how I got corn in my coffee. 
Any insights?

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