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Any coffee roasters here?

 
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Anyone roast their own coffee beans? Do you roast for yourself or for a business?

What's your favorite bean to roast? I love roasting Brazil or Peruvian beans, so sweet and rich!

We just got a Malawi Peaberry that tastes smooth as silk. Expensive stuff though : /

TEll ME ABOUT YOUR ROASTING EXPERIENCE!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45569613


Has anyone tried coffee with emulsified organic grain fed produced butter and coconut oil? apparently, its delicious and helps release the caffeine throughout the day so you do not feel a peak and then drop.. but get a steady flow of caffeine throughout the day?
 Quoting: PigsInSpace


Store bought butter kills the deal. Emulsified butter hasd to be made from traditional, raw, unpasteurized milk, so all the enzymes are still intact.

Have tried coffee with above and with fresh cream from unpasteurized and with coconut milk. All amazingly delicious. Never tried w/coconut oil.
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I drink coffee and roast a fattie every morning.
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Anyone roast their own coffee beans? Do you roast for yourself or for a business?

What's your favorite bean to roast? I love roasting Brazil or Peruvian beans, so sweet and rich!

We just got a Malawi Peaberry that tastes smooth as silk. Expensive stuff though : /

TEll ME ABOUT YOUR ROASTING EXPERIENCE!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45569613


Has anyone tried coffee with emulsified organic grain fed produced butter and coconut oil? apparently, its delicious and helps release the caffeine throughout the day so you do not feel a peak and then drop.. but get a steady flow of caffeine throughout the day?
 Quoting: PigsInSpace


Where can you purchase this?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45571742


You can get organic coconut oil at any supermarket or health store.. and grain fed butter you can always find at a farmer's market or a health store as well.
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Anyone roast their own coffee beans? Do you roast for yourself or for a business?

What's your favorite bean to roast? I love roasting Brazil or Peruvian beans, so sweet and rich!

We just got a Malawi Peaberry that tastes smooth as silk. Expensive stuff though : /

TEll ME ABOUT YOUR ROASTING EXPERIENCE!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45569613


Has anyone tried coffee with emulsified organic grain fed produced butter and coconut oil? apparently, its delicious and helps release the caffeine throughout the day so you do not feel a peak and then drop.. but get a steady flow of caffeine throughout the day?
 Quoting: PigsInSpace


no bro, have you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43479059


Planning on it. Have the butter and the coconut oil, now searching for some great beans. :D
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Anyone roast their own coffee beans? Do you roast for yourself or for a business?

What's your favorite bean to roast? I love roasting Brazil or Peruvian beans, so sweet and rich!

We just got a Malawi Peaberry that tastes smooth as silk. Expensive stuff though : /

TEll ME ABOUT YOUR ROASTING EXPERIENCE!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45569613


Has anyone tried coffee with emulsified organic grain fed produced butter and coconut oil? apparently, its delicious and helps release the caffeine throughout the day so you do not feel a peak and then drop.. but get a steady flow of caffeine throughout the day?
 Quoting: PigsInSpace


Store bought butter kills the deal. Emulsified butter hasd to be made from traditional, raw, unpasteurized milk, so all the enzymes are still intact.

Have tried coffee with above and with fresh cream from unpasteurized and with coconut milk. All amazingly delicious. Never tried w/coconut oil.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26745463


Yup, it has to be the right butter. I have not tried this yet but I have all the components, I have just learned about this so eager to try. hf
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Anyone roast their own coffee beans? Do you roast for yourself or for a business?

What's your favorite bean to roast? I love roasting Brazil or Peruvian beans, so sweet and rich!

We just got a Malawi Peaberry that tastes smooth as silk. Expensive stuff though : /

TEll ME ABOUT YOUR ROASTING EXPERIENCE!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45569613


Has anyone tried coffee with emulsified organic grain fed produced butter and coconut oil? apparently, its delicious and helps release the caffeine throughout the day so you do not feel a peak and then drop.. but get a steady flow of caffeine throughout the day?
 Quoting: PigsInSpace


I can't confirm this straight in coffee, but what I can confirm is the time-release effect if one eats a breakfast with such fats. For instance I use coconut oil for my eggs and hashbrowns each morning. Ever since doing so, my nervousness and coffee consumption have both gone down.

On a side note - coconut oil *really* seems to fit the bill of the human body in 2013. If anyone's looking for a way to get that extra 'step up' to help them through the day, I'd suggest consuming some.
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08/22/2013 12:18 PM
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I'm not sure why this got one starred? There are a lot of people trying to save money by purchasing green coffee beans and roasting as needed. Why would that be a bad thing? It's actually a smart way to purchase in bulk and roast what you need.

You might wish to look at this youtube channel, Yankee Prepper, as he discusses several coffee techniques that are not commonly known.
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08/22/2013 12:19 PM
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Yes, everything matters, the bean freshness matters, the cool down process matters, clean coffee pots matter, how hot the water gets in the brewing cycle matters, THE WATER MATTERS. The cup you drink it in matters and the quality of the products you enhance it with matters!
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I never made master roster, still I was one of the best baristas in the country though back in the day.

It's a lost art form now, I go to high end coffee houses and they push a button and the machine makes it all, very sad and never as good.
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I'm not sure why this got one starred? There are a lot of people trying to save money by purchasing green coffee beans and roasting as needed. Why would that be a bad thing? It's actually a smart way to purchase in bulk and roast what you need.

You might wish to look at this youtube channel, Yankee Prepper, as he discusses several coffee techniques that are not commonly known.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41713542


I would hazard a guess that people feel a thread about roasting coffee, beans being 'pinned' on one of the world's leading conspiracy forums is deemed slightly inappropriate. I love coffee so I for one am interested :)
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Yawn.

Besides, even if it's true, it's not useful information.

Get on with your life.

coffee4
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:CoffeeRevolt:

I never made master roster, still I was one of the best baristas in the country though back in the day.

It's a lost art form now, I go to high end coffee houses and they push a button and the machine makes it all, very sad and never as good.
 Quoting: Chrit


Screw that, I'm a barista and a roaster and fresh shots will always be pulled and milk shall be hand steamed, and only once......only once.

Did you learn any latte art? Any pictures?
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asteroids.. no prob
half million miles off course... no prob

no coffee = shtf

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:CoffeeRevolt:

I never made master roster, still I was one of the best baristas in the country though back in the day.

It's a lost art form now, I go to high end coffee houses and they push a button and the machine makes it all, very sad and never as good.
 Quoting: Chrit


I hear you. You have no idea how much it pains me to watch people in N.America (Canada incl.) chugging down these supergallon cups which are the new norm for coffee doses.

Coffee, properly prepared, is meant to be consumed in small quantities, by today's standards. Tjose standards still remain in much of Europe, thank heavens. Order a coffee in a regular French or Italian patio bar and you get a tasse of fresh, aromatic coco delight. All 150-200ml of the magical tummy potion. Anything more and it's just severely diluted shock and awe.
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:CoffeeRevolt:

I never made master roster, still I was one of the best baristas in the country though back in the day.

It's a lost art form now, I go to high end coffee houses and they push a button and the machine makes it all, very sad and never as good.
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Nice! I'd get my mom a Tee with that pressed on it if she were still alive.
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:CoffeeRevolt:

I never made master roster, still I was one of the best baristas in the country though back in the day.

It's a lost art form now, I go to high end coffee houses and they push a button and the machine makes it all, very sad and never as good.
 Quoting: Chrit


Nice! I'd get my mom a Tee with that pressed on it if she were still alive.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26745463


i saw a sign today that said "coffe is the nectar of the gods. you are not addicted, you are divine"

it made me smile

on the subject of roasting beans... can you do it on a stove top in a skillet? i got a handful of beans from my heirloom coffee tree and i'm dying to try it
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thanks great post I have used a air popcorn popper and it works but always nice to learn more and get away from some of the trash talk on herebump
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08/22/2013 03:18 PM
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Hell Yeah! One question...how does he keep his teeth so white? grinning
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I roast with a small pot and a heat gun. It works great and helps to get into the roasting process. I usually like to roast to full city +. When finished, I dump the beans onto a perforated pizza pan that is sitting on top of a bucket attached to a vacuum. Cools the beans down pretty well.

If any of you guys are looking for a deal on some coffee. Look up "Green Coffee Beans - Peru" or "aproposinternational" on ebay. 4 dollars a pound for some high quality green beans.

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Anyone roast their own coffee beans? Do you roast for yourself or for a business?

What's your favorite bean to roast? I love roasting Brazil or Peruvian beans, so sweet and rich!

We just got a Malawi Peaberry that tastes smooth as silk. Expensive stuff though : /

TEll ME ABOUT YOUR ROASTING EXPERIENCE!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45569613


Has anyone tried coffee with emulsified organic grain fed produced butter and coconut oil? apparently, its delicious and helps release the caffeine throughout the day so you do not feel a peak and then drop.. but get a steady flow of caffeine throughout the day?
 Quoting: PigsInSpace


I can't confirm this straight in coffee, but what I can confirm is the time-release effect if one eats a breakfast with such fats. For instance I use coconut oil for my eggs and hashbrowns each morning. Ever since doing so, my nervousness and coffee consumption have both gone down.

On a side note - coconut oil *really* seems to fit the bill of the human body in 2013. If anyone's looking for a way to get that extra 'step up' to help them through the day, I'd suggest consuming some.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19492756


I swear by coconut oil now. Did you know there are many many uses for it? Check this out. Very helpful stuff.

[link to wellnessmama.com]
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coffee4
We need more coffee threads
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Yes we do! I don't roast my own, but I am intrigued. I've always wanted to take a shot at growing some Hawaiian Kona indoors. Maybe time to fire up the cabbage farm again too.

pump2 coffee4
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I have been home roasting for approx 15 years.

sweetmarias.com good info....
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yep, sweetmarias is the best place to learn.
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So let me get this straight.

You pull the seeds of a plant struggling to stay
alive and reproduce.

You take these seeds (embryos if you will)
and cook them in an oven or worse over an
open flame.

Then you pour boiling water over them and
catch the runoff and drink their poor little souls.

You heartless bastages.

How do you live with yourselves?

dick
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Thx OP for this thread. Made me smile with all the tips. I tried to stop drinking coffee several times because of health reasons and ended up with migraines. Researched and I found that one cup a day is ok (prevents me from getting many headaches as well).
This reminds me that I need to buy one of those old fashioned coffee brewers that we used for camping, incase shtf.
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Thx OP for this thread. Made me smile with all the tips. I tried to stop drinking coffee several times because of health reasons and ended up with migraines. Researched and I found that one cup a day is ok (prevents me from getting many headaches as well).
This reminds me that I need to buy one of those old fashioned coffee brewers that we used for camping, incase shtf.
 Quoting: Indysmindy


I love coffee myself.
But headaches is the detox effect from coffee.
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Only the best Hawaiian Kona Coffee the second best Ka'u.
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So let me get this straight.

You pull the seeds of a plant struggling to stay
alive and reproduce.

You take these seeds (embryos if you will)
and cook them in an oven or worse over an
open flame.

Then you pour boiling water over them and
catch the runoff and drink their poor little souls.

You heartless bastages.

How do you live with yourselves?

dick
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2226485


lolsign

Their souls have electrolytes.
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:CoffeeRevolt

I never made master roster, still I was one of the best baristas in the country though back in the day.

It's a lost art form now, I go to high end coffee houses and they push a button and the machine makes it all, very sad and never as good.
 Quoting: Chrit


Screw that, I'm a barista and a roaster and fresh shots will always be pulled and milk shall be hand steamed, and only once......only once.

Did you learn any latte art? Any pictures?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45571742


Yep, I was famous for my “free pour” Cappuccino, don’t need a spoon to pour the milk if you steam it just right.

Might have a polaroid or two from back in the day.

Never double steam!

I would have stayed forever but my business took off and I went to it full time till.




I figured I Made over a ¼ million drinks a year easy as a low estimate, I’ll tell a for serving coffee I was making some serious cash, triple minimum wage at the time + tips with full benefits and set schedule.

Now a days the kids make a lot less, anyone can push the button and have the computer make a drink. Though they are not often edible in my opinion.

Words the average modern coffee house does not understand anymore.

Ristretto, Con Pannna, Breve’, Lungo, Estratto

Heart ,body, crème’


Anyway on the subject at hand, good introductory video here.



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Their souls have electrolytes.
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So does Brawndo!

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I don't roast the beans. I spill them.

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