[Homeroast] Suggestions on Popper Roasting in Winter Months?

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Try adding more beans


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Subject: [Homeroast]  Suggestions on Popper  Roasting in Winter Months?

Hello All,

I'm sort of a newbie at the whole home roasting thing (been roasting for 
less than a year) and my method is using a hot air popper. I've noticed 
of course that now that it's gotten colder out, it seems to take a very 
long time for the beans to roast (sometimes more than 20 minutes to 
reach first crack). Not really being able to roast indoors much since 
others hate the sound of the fire alarm constantly going off, I sort of 
feel like I'm fighting a losing battle against nature. Does anyone have 
any suggestions/recommendations on how to roast outdoors using a hot air 
popper so I'm not freezing to death waiting for the roast to complete? 
Any tips are greatly appreciated.


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