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  1. Bullet R1 Roaster Meet Up

    Bullet R1 Roaster Meet Up

    Join us for a meet-up where we will discuss the very popular Aillio Bullet R1 coffee roaster.

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  2. Growing Coffee at Home: Repotting Plantlets

    Growing Coffee at Home: Repotting Plantlets

    The amazing roots of very small coffea arabica plants

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  3. Sweet Maria's Home Coffee Roasting Demo at The Bay Area Maker Faire

    Sweet Maria's Home Coffee Roasting Demo at The Bay Area Maker Faire

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  4. A Path to Food-Grade Cascara at the Helsar Micro-mill

    A Path to Food-Grade Cascara at the Helsar Micro-mill

    Cascara beverages are popping up everywhere these days.

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  5. How to roast your own coffee

    How to roast your own coffee

    Home coffee roasting is as fun and easy (or as exacting and technical), as you want to make it. Whatever method you use, you will be on your way to drinking much better coffee.

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  6. Prop 65 Explained

    Prop 65 Explained

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  7. Fundamentals: Roasting Dry Processed Coffees

    Fundamentals: Roasting Dry Processed Coffees

    Dry processed coffees are becoming fruitier and fruitier.

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  8. How Can a Leaf Rust?  Roya in Guatemala

    How Can a Leaf Rust? Roya in Guatemala

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  9. Here's what first crack looks like

    Here's what first crack looks like

    It's hard to see the actual crack happen when you are properly roasting coffee and your beans are rapidly moving around inside of your roaster.

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  10. Coffee Research – What is next?

    Coffee Research – What is next?

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  11. Tweaking Coffee's Flavor Chemistry

    Tweaking Coffee's Flavor Chemistry

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  12. Why Should You Know Giling Basah?

    Why Should You Know Giling Basah?

    In the Bahasa language of Indonesia, Giling Basah means "wet hulled." That's not very exciting by any measure, but it refers to a part of the coffee process that is specific to Indonesia and creates a signature flavor.

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Base Composition of Coffea AFLP Sequences and Their Conservation Within the Genus

Base Composition of Coffea AFLP Sequences and Their Conservation Within the Genus

This is a pretty dry article, and a bit more about procedures of looking and gentetics using AFLP method, than about coffee. Still, I thought I would offer a link to it. -Tom

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