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  • Pikey
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    Do the snaplock bags need to be in a dark place.Does light become more of an issue than oxidation?

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  • Barry O'Speedwagon
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    Should do you for a few years You can wash them, rinse them and re-use them several times.

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  • snedden9485
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    Ended up buying 100 X 500g snap locked bags with valve for around 70c a bag. Should do me for a few weeks

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  • snedden9485
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    Thanks guys. Sorry for the full newbie post there ...

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  • Javaphile
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    We have an entire forum dedicated to this question, to which this thread will now be moved to: Roasted Bean Storage

    My suggestion is to start with this thread: http://coffeesnobs.com.au/roasted-be...ted-beans.html


    Java "Store what how?" phile

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  • Dimal
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    G'day Chris...

    Heaps of info regarding bean storage to be found here mate...
    Roasted Bean Storage

    Mal.

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  • snedden9485
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    Bags for roasted bean storage

    Hi guys

    keen to get peoples opinions on how to store the roasted home beans. I'm looking to roast roughly 200-350g weekly and was thinking go buying ~100 x 500g stand up bags with gas valve to store my beans once roasted. Just not sure how most of these bags go to seal, ie do they need a tool to seal them or are they snap lock generally?

    What at does everyone do?

    thanks in advance.

    Chris
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