Any other minimalists out there?

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Re: Any other minimalists out there?

Postby tenuki » Oct 14th, '09, 17:03

I'm with you Zanaspus.

Paying Attention to what you are Doing always reaps rich rewards. :)
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Re: Any other minimalists out there?

Postby beckynoel » Oct 15th, '09, 21:50

Yeah. I just listen to my tea kettle. After about 30 seconds of rumble it's ready. For black and oolong anyway. For green I just heat up some water and stick my finger in it. If it burns it's too hot. I heard that's a pretty good rule of thumb....or finger.
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Re: Any other minimalists out there?

Postby dooble » Oct 17th, '09, 08:28

Actually yes, there's a lot of people like you. I am a 'minimalist', if you will, too.

I've gathered some notions considering the amount of leaves, water temp. etc.

Like the water is ready just a bit after I finally think it is ready.
The amount of leaves is ok, when I think it's not too perfect.
About the brewing time, I usually just use my nose.
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