Air Popcorn Maker Roasting?

Jeffo

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How inferior is this home method to commercial roasting? Also, will using an air popper to darken already roasted beans dry out the oils? Thanks.
 

GreenBeans

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With the new I-Roast, although I don't know if it's a "true" hot air popper, you can adjust both the time & the temperature, although it's taking me a little getting used to as the temp display on the LCD display is somewhat misleading. See the review at sweetmarias

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Jeffo

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Another question. I have some beans that are roasted too lightly for me. Will there be degredation if I re-roast the beans (with the air popper) to make them darker as opposed to roasting only once?
 

Quink

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I've never tried re-roasting beans, but I find if you use slightly less of them so that they all get aggitated in the chamber then they should roast a bit more evenly, I always used to roast about 80gm in my old popper,and they came out very even in colour.
 
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