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Drying raw coffee beans at plantation farm in Bali : Stock Photo
Common people in Bali dries coffee seed traditionally by exposing out the seed in open area with the sun drying it naturally. The drying process takes around 1-2 weeks until the seed is considered well dried.

Drying raw coffee beans at plantation farm in Bali

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Melissa Tse
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Common people in Bali dries coffee seed traditionally by exposing out the seed in open area with the sun drying it naturally. The drying process takes around 1-2 weeks until the seed is considered well dried.
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Drying Raw Coffee Beans At Plantation Farm In Bali Stock Photo 110167085Coffee Crop,Plantation,Raw Coffee Bean,Drying,Dry,Variation,Agriculture,Indonesia,Sunlight,Bali,Balinese Culture,Close-up,Color Image,Container,Day,Farm,Food And Drink Industry,Food and Drink,Freshness,Horizontal,No People,Outdoors,Photography,Raw Food,TraditionPhotographer Collection: Moment � 2011 Melissa TseCommon people in Bali dries coffee seed traditionally by exposing out the seed in open area with the sun drying it naturally. The drying process takes around 1-2 weeks until the seed is considered well dried.