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外围体育投注My induction burner won't land anywhere near the 175F I'm after, and I'd love to find a way to avoid staring at my (stainless) kettle's built in thermometer and guessing when to stop the heat to hit the right mark. I tried a new induction burner that was supposed to have finer adjustments, but it's no better. What do you use to hit the temp you want? I see electric kettles that claim to have fine adjustments, but many of them have plastic parts that I'd like to avoid, and I wonder about their quality in general. (Yes, I'm aware the AeroPress *is* a plastic part, but still...).

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Posted by10 hours ago

Hi,

外围体育投注I'm using today a basic electric grinder (WPM ZD 12) and consider buying a good enough hand grinder. I'm thinking about the 1ZPRESSO JX (120$) and the Timemore C2 (55$),

外围体育投注Is it important to use a consistent ground coffee whith the Aeropress? Will there be any difference in taste when using one of the above grinders and not the other?


Thanks!

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外围体育投注Has anyone had success using the Fellow Prismo to brew an espresso-style shot without getting fines? I’ve tried an espresso grind and a touch finer, which is what Fellow recommends, but I keep getting fines at the bottom of my cup. I have tried adding a paper filter on top, which gets rid of the fines, but also removes the oils and body that I want to retain. I press very hard just like Fellow recommends. Does anyone have any tips or tricks for getting a full-bodied yet clean shot from the Prismo? I was thinking about adding a cloth filter on top - has anyone tried that?

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外围体育投注Please ad link to pic if you can. Looking to try others favorites.

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Posted by21 hours ago

I’ve experimented with my AP for years, but one thing I’ve never done is tried a bypass. However, the fact that so many of the WAC recipes use the bypass method got me considering it. My question is this: what’s the actual purpose? I know bypass has the effect of permitting a larger volume of coffee than the 8-10oz the AP chamber will hold, but an 8-10oz cup is all I need in the morning. If I don’t need the extra volume, is there another reason I should try the bypass method?

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