HOW TO ROAST COFFEE


How to roast green coffee beans and save hundreds on the purchase of your coffee a year, while enjoying a superior product.

16 Comments on "HOW TO ROAST COFFEE"

  1. scruffymeigs | July 15, 2010 at 1:33 am |

    Doesn’t look that hard to do! You just gave me a new project to add to my list… Thanks for the good vid.

  2. Yankeeprepper | July 15, 2010 at 1:56 am |

    RIGHT! That is what I keep telling everybody, it won’t be worth going on with out a cup of joe!

  3. TheFreeMountaineer | July 15, 2010 at 2:56 am |

    Like you, I’m not afraid of the end of the world. I’m afraid of the end of the world without coffee.

  4. Yankeeprepper | July 15, 2010 at 3:39 am |

    I buy them from a big broker in St. Paul MN. who gets them from the plantations.

    But, I would recommend sweets Marias coffee on line. You can buy small amounts at first to try it from them. CAUTION: once you try fresh roasting coffee YOU WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO GO BACK. EVER, EVER, NEVER.

  5. CanadianPatriot1973 | July 15, 2010 at 4:16 am |

    How does one go about getting un roasted beans? I live in Canada, not the US, but is there something specific I could look up to find a place? I would like to get a big bag or 20 like you have!!

  6. Yankeeprepper | July 15, 2010 at 4:43 am |

    Coffee is my real passion. I really love coffee. The history, the product, the platations, the taste and differences in growing areas and plants.

    I would trade everything, except my family to have a tiny plantation in S. America somewhere.

  7. omegahpla | July 15, 2010 at 4:48 am |

    You rigged it up on a rotisserie on a BBQ, lol, that’s just cool. This video is sweet! but it’s got me disgusted with my coffee : ( I can’t believe I didn’t know this stuff. Your coolness factor just went up for me even more, and it was doing pretty good.

  8. CMLovejoy | July 15, 2010 at 5:22 am |

    Nice setup there.

    Roasted coffee is only good for a week… I didn’t know that.

    5 stars for a good cup of Joe

  9. Fretaholic1 | July 15, 2010 at 6:03 am |

    Great video!

  10. Your vids are great.
    To bad I don’t drink coffee.
    Show me how to make good brews of beer 🙂

  11. oldmrelics | July 15, 2010 at 7:42 am |

    Best Yet! New subscriber here…Thanks for making these informative and entertaining vids. I agree one must have coffee to truely survive all that life has to throw at ya! Keep posting, keep preparing, and stack ’em deep!

  12. kenandjasha | July 15, 2010 at 8:13 am |

    Great channel- You just won another sub with me. Keep the vids coming you are making a difference one at a time.

  13. Yankeeprepper | July 15, 2010 at 8:33 am |

    Hi hroemd and thanks, I do appreciate your comments.

    If green coffee beans are kept dry, they can be kept for 100’s of years! Good shelf life.

    Keeping air off the roasted beans does help keep them fresh. I keep what I use in a week, in a sealed container on the counter. Anything I roast ahead of time, I keep in the freezer.

    Yankee Prepper

  14. GoatHollow | July 15, 2010 at 8:54 am |

    Fascinating!!! Had no idea of the process… Thanks for sharing!

  15. Another classic. You are simply a gold mine of fantastic vids and info.

    Keep peeling away the layers of the onion that is you.

    How long would those green beans keep for?

    Any benefit to say, vacuum packing them?

  16. atticus9799 | July 15, 2010 at 9:52 am |

    Bravo! We have a saying in our house, Life is to short for crappy coffee and bad beer. Words to live by! Thanks for another great and informative video!

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