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Posted on September 12, 2010 by Mike
There are a lot of variables involved during roasting. Ambient temperatures change, batch sizes change, drop temps change, etc. If you’re tracking as many details as possible, why wouldn’t you use MoJoToGo as well?
Posted on August 16, 2010 by Mike
You can argue that with burrs this worn I should have figured it out sooner, and you’d probably be right.
Posted on June 6, 2010 by Mike
MoJoToGo on an iPad. It’s a dream come true. [Via Campos Queensland on Twitpic]
Posted on May 26, 2010 by Mike
After my first week with the MoJoToGo, and a few minor setbacks, I’ve learned a few things.
Posted on May 24, 2010 by Mike
My most successful brew so far. I am officially obsessed with MoJoToGo. You should be too. [Missing the point- VST]
Posted on May 22, 2010 by Mike
I’ve spent less then a week with the MoJoToGo and I’m struck by how wildly inconsistent my manual pourover technique has been.
Posted on April 7, 2010 by Mike
Voice Systems Technology, Inc. has released a pretty slick iPhone app that calculates the extraction yields and TDS percentages of your brews. Naturally a refractometer is still required to actually make calculations, but no longer are you dependent on Windows only software to make sense of what you are calculating. If you’re not sure why you need […]
Posted on May 14, 2011 by Mike
You can continue using the same espresso baskets you’ve always used, or you can finally get some good ones. From the same scientific minds that brought us the Extract MoJo come Precision Baskets, and if you haven’t already figured out exactly why you need these, CoffeeGeek will convince you.
Posted on October 29, 2010 by Mike
Check out Wikipedia. They’ve gone all MoJo on us. Last edited on March 28th, 2010. But by who?
Posted on September 20, 2010 by Mike
In case you’ve missed all the reasons I love MoJoToGo, Matt Buchanan lays it all out. [Chasing the Perfect Cup of Coffee with Science]
Posted on August 4, 2010 by Mike
It was slightly devastating to lose all of our electronics during a hectic two weeks in Europe, but the saddest loss of all was probably my VST Refractometer.