Re: Best technique for fresh?
On 30 Sep 2005 14:44:20 -0700, "brett" <account@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>I would think vacuum would be best too. His reasoning was all the air
>is sucked out of the beans. Once the container is opened, they fill
>back up. This happens often as the person may get beans at least
>once/day. Not sure how the cycle affects the beans though.
you can't pull a high enough vacuum at home to make a significant
difference in the oxygen exposure of the coffee.
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