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Sat Jul 13 14:45:10 CDT 2013
I can't recall who it was, might have been Alchemist John, but someone
experimented with chaff a few years back and reported that chaff did not
affect the flavor of coffee. So as long as it doesn't clog up your
extraction, there shold be no problem.
You might want to consider getting a heat gun (e.g., $25 Wagner or
Milwaukee) and roast half a pound at a time, outside, or in a porch, shed,
etc. You have a bit more control of the temps than you would in the oven,
by raising or lowering the heat gun.
On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 6:24 AM, Raybob Bowman <raybob at tube-tone.com> wrote:
> I'm relatively new to roasting <1 yr, roasting in drilled pan in oven 480
> @ 13-14 min., homemade shroud over oven when smoke stage. Of course, there
> is chaff everywhere unless I take outside, remove with two strainers.
> Recently, I've just been leaving the chaff with the beans and don't think
> I notice a difference in taste. Am I doing something wrong?
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