Off Grid COFFEE ROASTING and Brewing

We show you how we roast green coffee beans off grid using a propane burner and a WhirleyPop and then make the best cup of coffee using a hand crank burr mill and French press coffee maker. Follow along on our off-grid cooking journey!

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OFF GRID COOKING RESOURCES:
Sweet Maria’s Green Coffee Bean Samplers: https://goo.gl/r8uKXq
WhirleyPop: https://goo.gl/AojMje
Camp Chef Explorer 2-Burner Stove: https://goo.gl/TpXE5o
Camp Chef Explorer Bag: https://goo.gl/UpoeCy
Linkyo Steel Coffee Press: http://amzn.to/2xBjdg5
Hand Crank Coffee Burr Mill: http://amzn.to/2wR5gLK
GSI Microdualist Cookset: http://amzn.to/2ykUuyc
Coffee Roasting Chart: https://goo.gl/GcoSQG

Our Off-Grid Cooking Playlist: https://goo.gl/aDhKK5

3 Comments

  1. Gabriel vanKempen

    February 22, 2018 at 12:52 am

    Once you purchase the green coffee do you store them in mylar bags before or after you roast them? Once they are stored in the mylar bags, do they have to be kept at a certain range or temperature? (Where I live the temperature varies from -15 degrees to 116 degrees Fahrenheit.)

    • Jaime

      February 26, 2018 at 10:31 pm

      You can store green coffee beans in mylar. You have pretty extreme temps, I would try to keep them at more moderate temps (think root cellar). Do not roast then put into mylar…they will off-gas.

      • Gabriel vanKempen

        February 28, 2018 at 1:53 pm

        Thank you! I was thinking about a root cellar also. I have ordered a Whirly Pop and some coffee and will let you know the results soon! Happy Homesteading!

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