Any Homeroasters here?

I'm curious if there are any homeroasters here. I've been more roasting coffee for 5 years and have fought with managing my stash of beans, roasting schedules, reviews, etc. In an effort to end the frustration, I quickly created two templates, one for Roasting Schedule and one for Inventory. They're uploaded here.

Take a look. I'd like to hear some feedback.

Thanks,
Jason

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sniffle

I've been decaffinated for 3 years now ... only water, hot herbal decaf teas and juices for me.

some days the smell of coffee makes me miss it sSOoooOooOoo badly.
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Decaf

I do drink it, on occasion. Freshly roasted decaf is just about as good as the leaded stuff. Home roasted, even when I miff it, is still better than about 99% of what I can buy out there.

Jason
-- Coffee and Books, the pleasures of life
-- http://javajeb.wordpress.com

Homeroasters

Well, this was enough to get me out of lurk mode! I will give these a try, being both a dedicated planner-junkie and a coffee lover.

I've been doing planners for way too many years and roasting coffee at home for about a year. Not only is it tasty, but it's inexpensive too. At last, a luxury that I don't have to feel guilty about moneywise . . . wish I could say the same about the planner addiction :)

Roz

Homeroasters

Great Roz. Let me know how they work for you.

Jason
-- Coffee and Books, the pleasures of life
-- http://javajeb.wordpress.com

2nd crack

Now in my 5th year of homeroasting! It's an enthusiasm that shows no sign of fading.

I've noticed another way homeroasting is economical as well as extraordinarily good: coffeeshops hold considerably less draw now that my coffee at home is often better.

Thanks for the templates.

Mike

The Phantom 3rd crack...

Great Mike. Hope they're useful.

Jason
-- Coffee and Books, the pleasures of life
-- http://javajeb.wordpress.com