[Homeroast] [OT] Roasting Nuts

Greg Hollrigel ghollrigel at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 09:25:43 CST 2010

That's interesting Chris.  I never thought about using nuts.

If you don't mind, post your thoughts on Workshop #8.  I've got my karma
back, and am pulling great shots again.  I even had good success with Treble
Response, which I was having a lot of difficulty before.  But ... I still
can't seem to get #8 right as far as shot taste goes.  It might just be my
flavor sensors, but I would like to see others' feedback on this blend.


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Subject: [Homeroast] [OT] Roasting Nuts

I tried out roasting raw almonds in the Behmor tonight, a splendid success.
Set the Behmor for 1/4# P1 profile and subtracted time until the roast time
was 7:30.  The first crack of the almonds hit at 7:00 and I pulled them
while they were still warm and took them inside for the Wife and I to enjoy.
I ended up over-indulging, they were so good, no oil or salt needed.

Back out in the garage again roasting Espresso Workshop #8 - Waw, Bukan
Main!, it's in the cooling cycle now, cooling down from a P4 profile taken
to FC.

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