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Home Coffee Roasting [Paperback]

Kenneth Davids
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When I produced the first edition of this book in 1996, roasting coffee at home was an obscure activity practiced by amiably caffeinated hobbyists who often lavished tremendous homespun ingenuity in figuring out how to get their beans properly brown. Read the first page
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