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10 years 3 months ago - 10 years 3 months ago #3995 by canuk_guy
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Kitty would be this one over here >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
which is my moka pot, stovetop ... affectionately know as Kitty, as it is a Kitty Oro.

I'm getting a little friendly with my appliances ... no?

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10 years 3 months ago #3996 by colin
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No.
Not at all.
All normal.

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NURSE!!!

(I notice that you cross-post almost identical forum posts to CoffeeGeek.com ) - not that there is anything wrong with that... just a little different.

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10 years 3 months ago #3997 by canuk_guy
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:laugh: Ya ... I've been striving for normal. Seems I keep inching away from it though. :silly:

I have so posted to coffeegeek.com. Started a thread about the Bellman and asked for any input they might have on it. Also answered a thread putting my two cents in on someone asking about a moka pot. I referred to my thread here actually :) I kinda liked doing that as I'm collecting some pretty good information (if I say so myself) that I'm testing over to see how it works for me and commenting on it. Mind you, all I'm using is my taste buds and I wouldn't call them well trained ... meaning I've never been to a coffee tasting or gone through the cupping process. Will have to do that one day.

One bit of gear I'm missing so far is a scale to measure things (coffee / water) out. I've been cogitating on that one for a bit. Seems a bit silly to use a scale, but quite honestly sometimes I think I'm being a bit silly in my quest to make my coffee better in my moka pot, coffee press and now the Bellman. The scale would give a solid starting point to the amount of coffee I'm using.

Just more stuff to ruminate over and mess around with.

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10 years 3 months ago - 10 years 3 months ago #3999 by colin
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canuk_guy wrote:


One bit of gear I'm missing so far is a scale to measure things (coffee / water) out. I've been cogitating on that one for a bit. Seems a bit silly to use a scale, but quite honestly sometimes I think I'm being a bit silly in my quest to make my coffee better in my moka pot, coffee press and now the Bellman. The scale would give a solid starting point to the amount of coffee I'm using.


I use a digital scale (by Salter) for a lot of the stuff in the kitchen... and coffee stuff too.

If you want consistent results - you need the right tools!
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10 years 3 months ago #4000 by canuk_guy
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Hey ... coolio. I was looking at scales thinking to myself ... "Self you have no idea what's what with scales do you? Nope I don't. So which do you think is worth it? Dunno, whadda you think? No idea. You're no help. Ya I know, I get that a lot." So at least now I have someplace to start.

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10 years 3 months ago #4001 by colin
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I use this bad-boy.

$60.

Will change your life.
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