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jbviau wrote:Hi! Right, "edit" has been gone for a while now for site security reasons.
Anyway, I love this thing, too. The Trifecta I'm currently crushing on is essentially a fancy automated Aeropress, so I don't use the Aeropress much anymore, but I was getting good coffee from it not too long ago using a metal filter. Thanks for sharing your enthusiasm.
Mod note: moving this to "Accessories," which (for better or worse) is where threads on manual brewing gadgets seem to belong.
jbviau wrote:No worries. If you don't like sediment at the bottom of your cup, you should go with the Able DISK Fine instead of their regular DISK. The former (Fine) barely lets anything through; here's a thread I started on it (with pics) over on HB.
DrMoze wrote:One question, not fully clear to me: Does the disk have to be removed from the grinds and cleaned after each press? Or does it stay with the cap?
jbviau wrote:DrMoze wrote:One question, not fully clear to me: Does the disk have to be removed from the grinds and cleaned after each press? Or does it stay with the cap?
The former, i.e. you can't just eject the puck into the trash until you've removed the DISK. Usually after doing so I'd then give the DISK a quick scrub with a toothbrush under running water.
Eric, I think that statement is as much an endorsement of your juicer screen as it is an indictment of the DISK Fine. Did you ever try either inverted, btw?
About paper, the Aeropress filters are thin enough that I find they let a tiny amount of fines through regardless (though not as much as a metal filter, of course).
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