27 Dec '12, 5pm

@quinnnorton I wrote a post specifically to help people avoid burning themselves on the aeropress.

@quinnnorton I wrote a post specifically to help people avoid burning themselves on the aeropress.

After you have prepared your aeropress and gotten to the point where you have screwed the cap on, stop. Don’t flip it just yet. While it is still in the upright position, literally pull the top chamber of the aeropress down, as if you are going to push coffee through it upwards. Don’t stop until there is resistance. This will feel awkward at first (and look awkward forever) and you will probably feel like you might push too hard and have coffee come through, but you won’t. You’d have to be pushing down extremely hard and be very absent minded for that to happen, and it will be obvious when to stop. The goal of this move is to get rid of that half inch or so air pocket that occurs at variant levels depending on how high you connected the bottom plunger to the top chamber at the start.

Full article: http://cleanhotdry.com/uncategorized/how-to-safely-flip-y...

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