[Homeroast] hazmat blends of *$
theotherjo at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 03:05:10 CST 2010
Were only curious what's out there, nobody is talking about using an Agtron
for home roasting.
Were talking about what it is for in the first place. No rocket science
That said, If I bought the best beans I could afford I would like to be able
to repeat my roasts as close as possible.
Hey Sci, all this science aside, it's all in the cup. Do you or do you not
like the taste of what you just roasted?
If you do that is all this forum is for. If you don't ditto.
On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 11:54 PM, sci <scizen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't deny the need for extreme repeatability for certain ventures. But
> such high tolerances for the homeroaster isn't helpful. I don't use NASA
> standards for maintaining my car. Look at another food analogy: steaks. I
> like mine medium. And there's a range of acceptable levels of cooking that
> qualify as medium. Go to a fine steak house and order a Filet and let me
> order a rib-eye, both medium. Your filet will look like it is medium rare
> compared to my rib-eye. Coffee is quite similar. FC is well after first
> crack, but well before second crack. But I have roasted many coffees (a
> Koratie DP comes to mind) that look like (quite dark) they are FC+ when
> first crack ends. Go figure. So what was it? It had the dark color of FC+
> but the first crack just ended and the EOR temp was consistent with my
> C+ roasts. How's an agtron scale going to help there? Reminds me of cooking
> a filet. For me saying FC (or any roast name) is like saying "medium" on a
> steak order. It can have an acceptable range. If I had a commercial
> setup, I'd have to be concerned with high repeatability.
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