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Luis Gutierrez
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I created this recipe for this warm Summer weather! let me know if you try it!

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I created this simple Cold Latte recipe for these warm summer days. Let me know if you like it!

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The perfect coffee for this Summer: Cold Amaretto-Vanilla Latte
I don't know about you, but this summer it has been unusually hot in California with temperatures on the high 80's and 90's. I regularly drink a couple of double shot lattes or cappuccinos during the day, but lately, I have been replacing my evening Cappucc...

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After several months of roasting green beans here are my conclusions on whether you should be doing it too.
http://baristaamateur.blogspot.com/2016/05/3-reasons-why-you-should-be-roasting.html

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After several months of roasting green beans here are my conclusions on whether you should be doing it too.

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3 Reasons why you should be roasting your own coffee beans
Three months ago I started an experiment to find out if it was cost savvy and efficient to roast green coffee beans at home instead of buying roasted coffee.  After crushing the numbers and several weeks of roasting, m y conclusion is that I should have  st...

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I did an economic analysis on whether you should roast your beans at home and then I bought a small roaster to see how easy it could be, and how much waste I'd have.  I'm still testing and adjusting, but overall it is starting to see very promising

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After doing an initial assessment on whether it makes sense to roast your own coffee beans, I bought a coffee bean roaster and started roasting. Some very interesting results...

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I just bought a coffee bean roaster and started roasting. Some very interesting results...

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Roasting Coffee at home: Can anyone do it?
I n theory, it makes economic sense to roast your coffee. In theory, you could save a lot of money and have the freshest coffee possible; however, is it practical and is it worth to do it?Let's get our hands dirty and roast some coffee! In my previous post ...
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