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Posted Sat Feb 5, 2005, 9:59pm
Subject: Re: Guidelines for freezing roasted coffee?
 

I immediately vacuum seal my roasted coffee and put it in the freezer. The key here is to vacuum seal it. If you know you are going to run out of coffee by monday, take it out of the freezer on Fri. and put it in the fridge. Leave it in the fridge till Sun. then take it out and put it on your counter top  to slowly bring it to room temperature.
I do this on a monthly basis, especially in the winter. I can detect little if NO change in quality. storing the coffee in the freezer for 4 weeks at a time.
The one way valve bags WILL NOT keep the beans fresh in the freezer.
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Posted Thu Feb 10, 2005, 10:11pm
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Well, seeming as how you are "not interested" in making good coffee, I'm not too inclined to help.  But here's a ratio for ya;



quality/price= -X^2+1, where x is the number of bags of coffee you should buy.

find the derivative and set it equal to zero...solve for x


for those of you not calculus-inclined, x=0
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Posted Sun Jul 31, 2005, 5:46pm
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Well, seeming as how you are "not interested" in making good coffee, I'm not too inclined to help.

Oh please Syntax, great lord of coffeedom, master of the portafilter please spare this young lad.
He was just asking a question.   This place sounds more like alt.coffee everyday.  

Sorry for the OT.
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Posted Sun Jul 31, 2005, 6:30pm
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Scooby Said:

Sorry for the OT.

Posted July 31, 2005 link

No problem, but you are replying to an old post. Syntax won't be responding because he was "banned" months ago for the very reason you cite.

 
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