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Fecal Coffee ~ Gimmie Dat $hit.

This is a discussion on Fecal Coffee ~ Gimmie Dat $hit. within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; http://www.angelfire.com/pro2/panroa...fee/index.html is the website put together by Tim Eggers, one of my colleagues on the Coffeegeek website. Tim is quite a proponent of stovetop coffee ...

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    http://www.angelfire.com/pro2/panroa...fee/index.html is the website put together by Tim Eggers, one of my colleagues on the Coffeegeek website. Tim is quite a proponent of stovetop coffee roasting, and he has some handy information on this method.
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    I Just Read "How To Pan Roast Coffee" I can handle that...or at least give it a good honest best shot.
    I actually already have everything except the beans & a timer that times up...but my wrist watch can "Time Up"
    I think I'll do some roasting end of next week.
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    MillCreek/QK - you are making me think seriously too re some home roasting. Heck the smell of roasting coffee has to be about the best smell on earth!

    I get Guatamala roasted beans from a source in NM - get about 12 lbs a time - good bags and flavor very well kept. Once ground all sorts of strong aroma and - excellent coffee taste results.

    I must see if I can aquire green beans round here - could be interesting
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    Possible local sources for green beans would be to find a coffeehouse that roasts their own coffee, or a specialty local roaster. Most of these places, once they find out that you are looking to roast your own for home use, and are not a commercial competitor, are happy to sell you small quantities for home use. Usually, they should sell you the green beans for half or less the price per pound of roasted coffee.

    If you have no local sources, than the Internet is your friend: www.sweetmarias.com or www.ccmcoffee.com or www.coffeeproject.com or www.baldmountaincoffee.com are some well-respected green coffee vendors. Most people start out this hobby by buying a $ 15 hot air popper from Target or the like and using that to roast coffee. Sweet Maria's has some good information on using this method.

    http://www.homeroaster.com/heatgun.html is a primer that I wrote on using an industrial heatgun to roast coffee. I roast approximately five pounds every two weeks, so I need a method that has a good batch size. If I lived in an area with a better climate, so I could roast outdoors, I would buy one of the coffee-roasting drums made for a gas grill and roast any where from one to four pounds per session. But unfortunately, up here in the Pacific NW due to the rain seven months out of the year, I need a method that can be done outside under cover. So I do my heatgun roasting on the front porch (covered) or back porch (good weather). Since roasting a pound at a time produces a lot of smoke, my method needs to be done outside.

    I can also tell you that you should not roast five pounds of coffee and then go to the range. You will be inhaling some caffeine from the smoke, and your fine motor skills get a little shaky!
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    You guys just missed a great show on the History Channel. All about coffee! They talked a little bit about the history of coffee and where it came from, which was pretty interesting. I have to admit that as much as I like coffee I didn't even know that it was a fruit! And that like 40 percent of coffee sales worldwide are from instant coffee. I can't stand that stuff!
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    That would be the Modern Marvels show, 'Coffee'. It repeats periodically, so if you miss it, check the History Channel website for the next showing.
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    i dont know how you guys can drink that nasty stuff it just plain stinks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    i dont know how you guys can drink that nasty stuff it just plain stinks
    Bud, a cup of coffee in the morning turns me from "Night of the Living Dead" zombie to this: in about 5 minutes! Do you take on any caffeine at all in the morning?
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    Caffine....That stuff is a Gift From The Gods.

    Bud....Oh...Don't tell me you are one of those guys that wakes up and has a Coke or Mountain Dew for breakfast?
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    Oh. My. Gods....That's just disgusting.
    On the other hand, I'm gonna go eat some coffee beans. I figure I can get at least a few bucks a pound for what comes out the other end, if I market it right.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    Bud....Oh...Don't tell me you are one of those guys that wakes up and has a Coke or Mountain Dew for breakfast?
    How DO people do that?

    Bacon, eggs and Coke....... Breakfast of champions!??
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    My niece has a bowl of cereal & a Coke for breakfast in the morning.

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    My wife says that coffee and cigarettes are the breakfast of champions. I think she learned this as a lifer in the Navy.
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    QK and P95, I decided to do a test yesterday of stovetop coffee roasting. Now bear in mind that I have been roasting coffee by a variety of methods for several years now, but haven't done any stovetop roasting for about the last three years or so. I roasted a pound of Sumatra on my electric stove, in a Farberware 3.5 quart stainless steel stockpot with the clad aluminum disk bottom. It worked like a champ and the coffee was absolutely delicious this morning.

    So go ahead and give coffee roasting at home a whirl.
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    If I can get some green stuff, I certainly will try it. Inhaling the fumes will be nearly as good as brewing it.

    I have used much same method BTW for roasting sesame seeds - something I love throwing over salads and many foods.

    QK - if you try it - report back too eh!
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