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Amazon Shop: ½ Pint Jars, Pressure Cooker, Wild Bird Seed

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OfflineSesameChicken
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Rust on bottom of Pressure Cooker!!!
    #1429429 - 04/04/03 06:35 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Since I haven't had too much success lately with colonization... I have been pondering what the problem could be.

You see, there is some rust on the bottom of the pressure cooker and so I have been pressure cooking even with the rust in there.

Could that be the problem? Could pressure cooking with a little rust in there that I swear I can't get up, cause some organisms or something on my substrate to die and not grow mycelium???

Just wandering.

Thanks

Sesame


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Re: Rust on bottom of Pressure Cooker!!! [Re: SesameChicken]
    #1429512 - 04/04/03 06:59 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Is your pressure cooker aluminum or steel? My pc is aluminum and does build up a rust-like deposit on the bottom, but is actually deposits from steam containing proteins and sugars from the grains I use. If your cooker is aluminum like mine (check it with a magnet), it can be cleaned by using a solution of cream of tartar and water. My cooker is the same one I bought in 1978, and except for replacement of rubber parts still works like new. The manual that came with it describes the cream of tartar (tartaric acid) cleaning method. PM me if you want the info...


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Re: Rust on bottom of Pressure Cooker!!! [Re: SesameChicken]
    #1429523 - 04/04/03 07:02 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Quote:

Could pressure cooking with a little rust in there that I swear I can't get up, cause some organisms or something on my substrate to die and not grow mycelium???



No.

If your PC can achieve and hold pressure then that's not the problemm.


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Re: Rust on bottom of Pressure Cooker!!! [Re: dog]
    #1430141 - 04/04/03 11:13 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Well my pressure cooker is steel...so does that make a difrerence?

Also, if anyone oculd give me a real good full proof millet tek I would appreciate it....Also, do I have to use unhulled millet?

Sesame


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Re: Rust on bottom of Pressure Cooker!!! [Re: SesameChicken]
    #1430488 - 04/05/03 02:10 AM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Do a search, and/or check the FAQ's. You can use the wild bird seed tek.


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Re: Rust on bottom of Pressure Cooker!!! [Re: SesameChicken]
    #1432839 - 04/06/03 03:52 AM (14 years, 1 month ago)

if your pressure cooker is rusting, then you have a problem: a safety problem. if it is rusting away and has a blow out at high pressure, you are going to be in some pain if you are anywhere near it. if you only have rust, say from jar lids in the cooker, then that is no problem, just clean it if you want to.


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