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Posted Tue May 21, 2002, 11:00pm
Subject: Be a Better Beginner by Guest Author
 

Be a Better Beginner
by Guest Author

Becky Herndon gives us an awesome look at a very practical approach for a beginning coffee enthusiast to follow.
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Posted Wed May 29, 2002, 7:35am
Subject: Thanks!!!
 

I am a coffee newbie  - never drank coffee till I moved to the US. (I grew up in the north-eastern Indian state of Assam, where the biggest crop is tea, and my family is involved in the tea business.)
Having developed a taste for coffees  recently, it is good to be able to read about experience of fellow newbies.   Thanks, Becky.
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Duncan
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Location: Sydney Australia
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Posted Thu Sep 19, 2002, 6:50pm
Subject: Further Info
 

I have been making coffee for a long time and have only just realised that Acidity was not Ph realted. Boy, am I a bimbo!  Where can I find further information on standard terms for characteristics.
I would greatly appreciate this.  I have tended to avoid this area and put it down to esoteric jargon.  Obviously I need to remove my blinkers, Thanks
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Posted Fri Nov 22, 2002, 6:53am
Subject: Nice work Becky
 

Enjoyed your article Becky and the obvios thought and time that went into it. Nice graphics!!
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Posted Fri Dec 13, 2002, 6:47pm
Subject: Bravo
 

Nice clever Newbie article.  


Shalom,

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