Roast Your Own Coffee

Written by Pat's Papers | Wednesday, 3 November 2010 12:30 PM


For the DIY enthusiast here’s a new project to try: roasting your own coffee. The Oregonian says all you need are some green beans and either an air-popper or a skillet. A word of warning: disable your smoke alarm or keep a fire extinguisher handy because the beans will let off a lot of smoke. If you want to use regular beans, an air-popper is necessary to ensure the coffee is evenly roasted. If a skillet is all you have in your arsenal of kitchen cookery, opt for peaberry beans which are round and will toast evenly.

If you can’t find green beans in your area Mr. Green Bean, a Portland-based shop, will send them to you. Scroll down for a demo of the air-popper method:

 

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