[Homeroast] Travelling Faux pas
pchforever at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 16:55:02 CDT 2010
I agree, get thee some stone (aka rocks) use as you would Grandmas rolling
works, use in CA woods.
On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 11:32 AM, Derek Bradford <derekbradford at gmail.com>wrote:
> Next time you could try to find a couple large stones to use as a mill; a
> large flat piece of slate and a more rounded one to grind the beans against
> the slate would do the trick pretty well. There are probably a billion
> people in the world still grinding stuff that way and it works very well,
> all things considered.
> On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 3:22 PM, Jason Brooks <brookswv at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The family and I headed off to the mountains this past weekend for our
> > anniversary. The in-laws kept the children and we had a place to
> > ourselves.
> > On Sunday morning, I pull out my AP, roasted beans, only to find my knee
> > mill still sitting on the shelf at home.
> > The place where we stayed had very little in the way of tools, not even
> > deeply nested bowls, that would assist in the breaking of the beans.
> > So, alas, I relented and was left to pretty miserable road coffee. But
> > made this morning's Chemex all the sweeter!
> > Jason
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