[Homeroast] I'm still roasting and reading the list

Joseph Robertson theotherjo at gmail.com
Sun May 1 09:27:13 CDT 2011

Right on Jim....
I'll be your grand child any day. Coffee enlightenment comes from all

On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 6:26 AM, Jim Gundlach <pecanjim at bellsouth.net> wrote:

> On Apr 30, 2011, at 5:27 PM, Malvene Lemerick wrote:
> > Are there many of us left?  I have a low
> > tech roasting system but am fortunate enough to have one of the best home
> > brewing systems. Last year at an auction I picked up a  six month old
> nouva
> > simonelli commercial machine I believe it retails for about $7000.
> Malvene,
>    Sounds like you have done well, very much like in the style but on a
> larger scale than my getting a broken commercial grinder that weighs 42
> pounds, I can't remember the brand right now, for $1,19 a pound and found
> that the reason it did not run was that the power cord was broken. (sorry to
> extend my way of talking to my grand kids to the list)  I more than doubled
> the cost by buying new burrs.  Getting this commercial grade grinder made
> the second largest improvement in my coffee experience.  Number one?
>  Finding a source of great coffee beans, you got it, Sweet Maria's.
>     pecan jim
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Joseph Robertson
Sasquatch Coffee Roasters
Craft Coffee Roasting by Design
joe at sasquatchcoffee.com <http://www.jolindas.com>
(360)521-3104     PO Box 451 Stevenson,Washington 98648 USA

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