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    Storing 300g in a 500g one-way valved bag?

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    Hi guys,
    Im just about to take the dive into homeroasting with my new Behmor and Peru Ceja de Selva Estate beans.

    I have many 500g one-way valved, resealable bags which I have retained from the many bags of coffee which I have continuously purchased,
    and with the Behmor, I am thinking of roasting in 350g batches which would yield ~300g of brown.
    I was wondering whether there would be any noticeable drawbacks of storing these beans within the 500g bags?

    Cheers,

    Jayson

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    Re: Storing 300g in a 500g one-way valved bag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 606B73796564666F657D0A0 link=1317907613/0#0 date=1317907613
    I was wondering whether there would be any noticeable drawbacks of storing these beans within the 500g bags?
    Nope! Just squeeze all the air out of the bags before sealing them. :)


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