Re: FYI - WDT using a cut down canning funnel
- From: "*alan*" <in_flagrante@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 23:29:01 GMT
"Robert Harmon" <r_h_harmon@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:93c4340b-f959-463c-84e3-2e2185157510@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Mar 14, 11:38 am, Robert Harmon <r_h_har...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On Mar 14, 11:34 am, "Ed Needham" <e...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I don't know Tex. That looks like a solution looking for a problem. > You
> still end up with grinds all over the place even though they are on a > paper
> towel at the end. You also have to remove and reinstall the filter > into the
> portafilter handle. Seems like a pain to me.
> I personally just use my finger to move the grinds around, push down a > bit
> and smooth the grinds in the portafilter before tamping. It works for > me.
> Ed Needham
> "to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com
> "Tex" wrote in messagenews:13tl681q4acf21d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >I came up with this to help me keep from tossing grounds all over the
> >counter. It's also a simplified way to use the Weiss Distribution
Yeah, Ed - but... Take a look at this video & you'll see why it can be
*very* helpful to some folks!
Maybe I'm missing something or you've posted a link to the wrong video, but I fail to see how that video is relevant to your funnel technique. Would appreciate a clarification. Thanks
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