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Why does the temp have to be raised from 180 to 250 °C?

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SeeULatte
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I was under the impression that you use a standard temperature depending on what kind of roast you want. I had no idea you had to raise the temps throughout the process. I have never done it before and have little to no knowledge on the process. I was just reading something on a blog I followed that mentioned this and I was curious what the purpose of this was. 

 
Posted : 2 September 2023 22:42
Yell0wdaisy
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You raise it gradually to provide an even roast as well as prevent burns. It keeps them to a minimum. Usually, depending on what machine is used, the time the beans roast at a certain temp go up and down. 

 
Posted : 12 September 2023 21:57
SeeULatte
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Posted by: @yell0wdaisy

You raise it gradually to provide an even roast as well as prevent burns. It keeps them to a minimum. Usually, depending on what machine is used, the time the beans roast at a certain temp go up and down. 

 

I was going to attempt using an air fryer to roast a small batch. I might make a thread for it. This is why I was asking. Thanks for letting me know!

 

 
Posted : 16 September 2023 22:24
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