[Homeroast] Behmor - Different Roasting times

Rich rich-mail at octoxol.com
Tue May 24 10:08:23 CDT 2011

I have been using the Behmor since it first came out and have kept 
notes. The variation to EOR time is small but would be significant if 
applied blindly to a given bean, Manual control works just fine.

On 05/24/2011 07:06 AM, David Rossell wrote:
> I really, really like my Behmor, but it is not the most consistent of machines.  For a few years I kept careful logs of roast times, crack times, etc., but finally stopped this past winter.  The previously logged roast numbers were proving to be only the barest guidelines.  So now I just Zen out with the roasting process.  I go a little by eye, but mostly by smell and by sound and intuition.  If I'm sometimes sad I can't recapture a particularly brilliant roast, I have more fun with the roasting than when I was worried about record-keeping.  (shrug)
> David
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> From: Bob Hazen [mailto:peatmonster at comcast.net]
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> I think mine's been slowing down too.  I have generally used P2 because P1 would race from end of 1st to start of 2nd, sometimes blurring together.
> Now that P2 has slowed down so much, I'm using P1 and getting the gap between 1st and 2nd that I couldn't before.  I thought it was my technique that was changing; perhaps not.
> Bob
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