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Posted Fri Jun 29, 2012, 12:33pm
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OK, go for it.

(Or did you mean to have a recipe of some sort in your first post? I'm not seeing anything.)
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Posted Fri Jun 29, 2012, 6:23pm
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Thanks for sharing your recipes. My clever recipe is very close to yours except I bloom and then pour remaining water. I'll try pouring your way in the morning.
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Posted Fri Jun 29, 2012, 7:08pm
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Thanks for posting your French Press recipe. We're taking our Nissan 34 oz stainless french press with us for a weekend camping trip. I going to give the additional filter optional try. Looks interesting and less fines makes everyone happier. Take care!

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Posted Thu Sep 12, 2013, 11:36am
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thanks for sharing your methods, Steve.

I have always used my Aeropress in the way Alan intended, but today, I decided to try your inversion parameters.  I forgot my thermometer in my office (I'm at a different site today, but had some notes for microwave time where I'm at today, from a previous brew, and figure I was about in the right ballpark.

I was wondering what Lido setting you use for your AP?  I noticed in your discussion, you mentioned it hasn't seemed to matter much, but I'm still curious.  I had mine set at 1 today.  The cup was pretty nice, rather earthy (I brewed a Guatemalan Bella Carmona I got from Red Bird).  35g dose, for about 300-325 ml water (total). (I held the pitcher up in the air and didn't let the meniscus stop rocking, then spilled a small amount.)  I typically add raw sugar cubes to my press methods (and agave to my 'spro when I sweeten it)...but alas, I forgot that today too.  Bitters seemed low to me, though I wouldn't consider myself an expert taster by any measure.

 
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