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the weird things in my freezer... possible substrates?
    #1381731 - 03/16/03 05:25 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

ok, i found a whole bunch of weird health food type stuff my mom left in in the freezer in a house my parents own, but dont live in... i decided that i'm going to do a series of expiriments with some of this stuff too see what colonizes the fastest, and produces the most potent shrooms (if any).. some of the things i found were, potatoe flakes, at least two different kinds of oats, bhang flour (this stuff looka like a great BRF subsititute), probably some flax seed in there somethere, and lots of other things.. i'll let u guys know how it goes..

anyone here use strange health food type stuff, or any other weird things as substrate before?

btw.. what does flax seed look like?? there is a lot of mystery bags in the freezer, and i'm sure flax seed is in there some where, cause my mom used to make health food stuff out of it all the time.. i've heard flax seed can make a good substrate.. but never seen anyone here use it.


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Re: the weird things in my freezer... possible substrates? [Re: GWAR]
    #1385094 - 03/17/03 05:45 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

flax, if I remember correctly, is little brown thingies.

My dad used to put it in pancakes. looked like little ant heads...

anyways, do it man! try that wacky stuff out, and post results. Nothing wrong with substrate experiments :grin:


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