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    Re-roasting Beans

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Before I had a thermometer for roasting, my roasts were quite hit and miss. Some too dark which were still nice and some too light which I dont really care for.
    I have re-roasted 2 lots of under-roasted beans and both times they turned out to be quite tasty.
    What I do is get the temperature up fairly quick as I figure they have already had a fair amount of roasting. Both times I took them up to second crack and stopped.
    It may be worth a try before you throw out beans you feel are under roasted.
    Has anyone else tried this?

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    Re: Re-roasting Beans

    I tried this recently (insert lack of expierence here ::))
    I enjoyed the taste of the re-roasted beans.
    Dont know if I would do it on purpose tho.

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    Re: Re-roasting Beans

    Behmor Coffee Roaster
    I once roasted *insert standard supermarket beans here* in the oven for 5 minutes or so before I ground them.

    Sad part is, I dont think I noticed any difference from the non-re-roasted beans.



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