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Date: 08 Nov 2006 09:48:09
From: j
Subject: Light Beam Coffee Maker
"Has anyone heard about a coffee maker that claims to use a light beam
to monitor how fresh the coffee is? I'm wondering if this gadget
actually works. They talk about it at laserfresh.com"





 
Date: 09 Nov 2006 07:44:13
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Light Beam Coffee Maker
Wouldn't a good thermal carafe be a whole lot cheaper and easier?


j wrote:
> "Has anyone heard about a coffee maker that claims to use a light beam
> to monitor how fresh the coffee is? I'm wondering if this gadget
> actually works. They talk about it at laserfresh.com"



 
Date: 09 Nov 2006 07:29:39
From:
Subject: Re: Light Beam Coffee Maker

j wrote:
> "Has anyone heard about a coffee maker that claims to use a light beam
> to monitor how fresh the coffee is? I'm wondering if this gadget
> actually works. They talk about it at laserfresh.com"

Would that be the beans or the brew? Either way I don't understand the
lengths people go to store coffee. Why don't they just drink it
instead? Store it green as God obviously intended.