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by JRising, Today, 5:36 pm in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Quick Mill Silvano Evo Broken Water Line Connection

Jeff had it in the first response. The "bubbler" side of the priming valve was broken off. Jeff even included a link to it on Chris Coffee
by bgnome, Today, 5:22 pm in Cafes and Get-togethers
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South Florida specialty coffee shops

Thanks for this! I didn't even know such a thread existed
by Pressino, Today, 5:19 pm in Repairs, Restorations & Mods
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Food safe adhesive

Didn't mean to imply anyone here is chemophobic, but clearly some people are. I think E6000 is definitely more toxic than superglue. Just read the published MSDS for both glues. E6000 consists of a solvent, terachloroethylene, and styrene 1,3-butadiene (polymer) and has warnings for carcinogenicity along with several other specific hazards. Certainly the solvent vapors are very hazardous, from both
by Tio Tom, Today, 5:18 pm in Lever Espresso Machines
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Futurmat Palanca - 4 Conductor Cable

Thank you all very much for your excellent comments and your patience with a novice. I was able to take some photos today [which is what I should have done in the first place] and it appears that the ground wire is used just as that, a ground for the machine which is what Stefano described. My only
by CarefreeBuzzBuzz, Today, 5:07 pm in Buying Advice
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Help me sort my life out: manual or decent

Don't forget the "Espresso Forge" if you go manual. It's part of our travel kit along with the "Breville Milk Cafe". On some trips with family I make 8 caps in a morning. Been waiting on my Arco grinder to complete the kit. Myself and a few other Slayer owners like to Forge ahead
by jbviau, Today, 5:02 pm in Cafes and Get-togethers
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South Florida specialty coffee shops

A few quick updates: > Re: the Ft. Lauderdale scene, there's some sort of FAT Village development project slated to begin later this month, so Brew Urban (C&I Studios) and Henry's are living on borrowed time. For background: {link} > Re: Orlando, I hear that "Kos Coffee" in Winter Park is amazing! Has anyone been yet?
by baldheadracing, Today, 5:00 pm in Coffee Roasting
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Greens Alert

I'll never be a customer . FWIW, that site might be violating the CoE wordmark, i.e., the actual CoE as you and I think about it will have the logo: {link}
by BaristaMcBob, Today, 4:55 pm in Coffee Brewing
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Water ratio for a percolator

Ah. That makes sense
by jpender, Today, 4:51 pm in Coffees
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Where to buy Kona while in Kona

From that same mainland roaster I also ordered some Ka Ľu coffee that was very enjoyable. At $80/lb it was overpriced but at least it was nice coffee
by olutheros, Today, 4:40 pm in Coffee Roasting
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Greens Alert

yeah, it just strongly implies their coffees were actually judged in a CoE and got a score, and if you believed that were true you might actually think the prices were reasonable. like their "signature blend" is an 89 and the Finca La Suiza gesha is also an 89 -- must be a great blend, it's $16 a