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OfflineTonearm
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Colonized BRF in the blender?
    #1407744 - 03/25/03 06:58 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

A friend of mine was thinking about putting colonized BRF in the blender so that when he laid it out again in a flat cake there wouldn't be too much air space in the cake and it would grow together very strong and solid like a PF cake. He likes that. Would that work?


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Re: Colonized BRF in the blender? [Re: Tonearm]
    #1407782 - 03/25/03 07:25 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

it sounds like you're grinding up a cake so it will grow together "very strong and solid like a PF cake". isn't this a little circular? sounds like a lot of stress on the mycelium for....???


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Re: Colonized BRF in the blender? [Re: poke smot!]
    #1407964 - 03/25/03 08:33 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

"But when you break apart the mycelium, it reforms and regenerates stronger than before"

just curious, in what way "stronger than before"? do you mean more cohesive or more able to produce fruit or both? i'm just wondering what the benefit would be.


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Re: Colonized BRF in the blender? [Re: Tonearm]
    #1408056 - 03/25/03 09:15 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

Yea baby!!!!

A cheese grader works killer.


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Re: Colonized BRF in the blender? [Re: Magash]
    #1410394 - 03/26/03 06:00 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

You guys don't think a blender would hurt anything then? My buddy didn't know if maybe there's a limit on what the mycellium can handle.


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Re: Colonized BRF in the blender? [Re: Tonearm]
    #1410405 - 03/26/03 06:06 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

i don't mess with brf any more but when i did i never had any problems just slicing the cakes. would i have had more/bigger flushes or "better" fruit if i had of ground them up? i really doubt it. but to each his own i guess. grind away!


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Re: Colonized BRF in the blender? [Re: Tonearm]
    #1410416 - 03/26/03 06:10 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

Don't blend it too much or you will wind up with a bunch of goop. Put it in and hit the blend switch just a couple if times to crumble it. Not puree it, this will damage your myc. and set you back in progress.


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