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    Roasting temp

    I'm going to start roasting at home in a couple weeks and curious. In your experience, what is the best way to control the temperature of the roaster.

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    Take a look at the Mill City videos on Youtube... they have a whole roaster 'class' online. When your roasting you need to balanced two variables - gas & airflow. In general, you will be high heat / low air at the beginning of the roast and low heat / high air at the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Take a look at the Mill City videos on Youtube... they have a whole roaster 'class' online. When your roasting you need to balanced two variables - gas & airflow. In general, you will be high heat / low air at the beginning of the roast and low heat / high air at the end.
    Awesome, and thanks!!! I'll check it out for sure! Thanks for the reply!

 

 

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