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Water Substitutes

If you're using the MMGG technique, this document contains recipes for water substitutes which may be used when/if you decide to add more water to your rice cakes through injection.



The Magic Mushroom Grower's Guide includes instructions for adding more water to your rice cakes after you've grown several mushrooms in order to keep the cake flushing longer. Here are two recipes for "water substitutes" which may help you get even more mileage out of your cakes by replenishing their nutrients as well as their moisture.

Recipe 1:

1 part Purina Dog Chow (any brand will work, as long it´s a "dry dog food")
5 parts water
simmer for 1 hour, adding water as necessary

Use this "Dog Food Water" as 10% of the water for injecting into your cakes (dilute 1 to 10 with water)

Recipe 2:

Use a 10% dextrose solution as water for PF cakes.

Dextrose is available at diabetic supply stores and brewing stores.

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