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As for the first question (if you can roast in your apartment), it is certainly possible, and can be very practical. I roast coffee in my apartment with a cheap popcorn popper (similar to this). It is very easy. See sweetmarias.com for a lot of helpful hints. I would also like to know the answer to the second question!
See How long is it safe to drink coffee after brewed? which indicates between 4-7 days is reasonable. You do not want to continually top off old coffee with new. While I cannot imagine that would give you good tasting results, it would also let any pathogens which do take hold continue essentially forever without being thrown away.
I don't know for sure how long you can keep it in the refrigerator, but it should be essentially indefinite in the freezer. You could freeze it in ice cube trays, then when the cubes are set, transfer them to a plastic bag for easy storage and access. You could even make each cube the right amount for a single drink.
I scoop the grounds out with a long handled metal spoon. Then rinse the rest into the toilet.
I smile at all these responses, as no science is really quoted throughout to confirm anything. Diane's response is closest to reality because she is correct...cold brew has less caffeine than hot brew, all things remaining equal. A coffee bean has the highest caffeine content before it is roasted, and loses caffeine content the longer it roasts. Thus a ...
I am unable to find a single reference to guava seed coffee when searching the internet. While lack of evidence is not evidence of non-existence, it seems highly unlikely this practice, if it actually exists, is wide spread or well known. It is probably it simply is not true.
I am an avid at home coffee grinder, I just periodically wash and then wax my container inside and out [the lid too], let it set for a while and then wipe it shiny clean, it helps tremendously with static, just depends on what type of wax you use on how long it last. And I don't worry about toxic effects, I have been doing this for a long time and I am ...
At one point, I HAD to have 11 shots of espresso per day to stay "normal." Bad times. Anyway,The iced coffee brewing method at Starbucks varies based on the laziness of the barista. Essentially, half a pot of coffee is brewed using twice the normal amount of grounds, then quickly poured over ice in a pitcher. Caribou cold presses theirs, don't know or care ...
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