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Homemade Snickers Bars!
in the charring step, does the material need room to expand? I am thinking that the ideal way to limit oxidation would be to stuff the container, but as you mentioned, we don't want to make a bomb by producing too much pressure. In summary, how much material should be in the metal container?
Coffee grounds would, I guess from my light Wikipedia research, be a good choice, as they have already been partly pyrolyzed. Roasting brings the coffee seed up to 196 C(385 F)-270 C(473 F). The darker the roast, the higher the temp of the roast. So, as a feed product, this would be a good choice. Now, to test this notion.
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Perfection! So glad for you to demo this for us!
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