[Homeroast] vacuum sealing new roasts

Michael Baladi mike at baladi.ws
Mon Apr 16 14:29:00 CDT 2012

I use one..... it's kind of fun to see exactly how much co2 the coffee produces as the bag slowly reinflates.

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Subject: [Homeroast] vacuum sealing new roasts

How does vacuum sealing affect the degassing/resting period? I assume
that CO2 will still be emitted under a vacuum, but I am not sure if this
is true, or how it affects the process and taste.

I use a home vacuum sealer and something like this

What are people's thoughts on this?


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