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Home Roasting with a Pan
For a long time, Indonesian families have roasted their own beans. They get their beans either from their own garden or neighbors, then roast them just enough for the family or neighbors to consume (day to day activities are often done communally. Food and drinks are shared among those that take part in these activities, including coffee). Without any eclectic measurements, they have mastered the way to home-roast coffee by relying on their senses. Coupled this with the fact that fresh coffee only last roughly a week, serving neighbors your own home-roasted and home-brewed coffee means you’re giving them generous attention.
By Ben @komikkopi