[Homeroast] storage right after roast
john at chocolatealchemy.com
Fri Aug 15 08:00:14 CDT 2014
I would debate that. Loose lids are not one way valves. I gas can
get out, other gas can get in once outgassing stops. And even if
that were true, that is only good until the first time you open the
jar for coffee.
That said, I simply store mine in a ziplock bag, sealed. I just let
the CO2 build up and inflate the bag. And drink the coffee within a week.
At 03:55 AM 8/15/2014, you wrote:
>I store my coffee in pint mason jars with the lids on loose. Let's
>the CO2 escape but keeps the O2 out.
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