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substrate tea
    #1362922 - 03/10/03 12:55 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

The other day I made a thermos of tea from some old cakes. it was great. So I was thinking, why not just skip the fruiting process altogether and just make a keg of tea? Does it go bad after a while?

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Re: substrate tea [Re: safeway]
    #1362933 - 03/10/03 12:59 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

i don't think it works from unfruited cakes  :crazy:


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Re: substrate tea [Re: shirley knott]
    #1363157 - 03/10/03 02:33 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

"people" can and do just cultivate the mycellium, although it doesnt have as concentrated amount of psilocybin/psilocin(debatable), although if your tea was hot you probably decayed ALOT of alkaloids, i suggest something cold with tons of asorbic acid, and just pour it through broken up cake(finer the better).... also u can disolve some vitamin c ("pure" asorbic acid) to get even more good stuff off the substrate! a good mix ive heard of is cranberry juice, oj, and a bunch of vitamin c pills all in the blender with a good quart jar cake... mmmmm mycellium smooties!!!!!!!!!!!!



i don't think it works from unfruited cakes

actually the FBI seems to think the same thing, they did some chem study on just mycellium, there tests concluded that mycellium contains no significant amount of psilocybin/psilocin, but i have undoubted reason to believe there is definitly something worth eating in an unfruited cake...

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