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Whole brown rice too dry, advice needed
    #1498489 - 04/27/03 07:44 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

I saw this technique posted a long time ago and decided to try it out. I filled 4 Glad microwavable throw-away "tupperware" like containers with about 2/3 cup long grain brown rice. I then added water until it was about 1/2 " above the rice, tripple wrapped the whole thing in the finest saran wrap i could find, and microwaved each container for about 20 minutes, until there was no standing water. After cooling, I innoculated each with about 2.5 CCs from an old suringe (Mazatapec). Now I think one of the containers got a little extra water, because it had to cook longer and the rice generally looked wetter. Three weeks later that containers is also doing very well and is close to colonized, while the other three show no growth, but also show no contams. So I'm wondering if I should fill an emtpy suringe full of boiled (and cooled) water and shoot it in each one. Also, I could mix the water with some hydrogen peroxide or bleach. The containers are probably gone, but I think its worth a shot. Any suggestions on the best way to hydrate the mix?

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Re: Whole brown rice too dry, advice needed [Re: thebwn]
    #1498497 - 04/27/03 07:47 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

microwavable people help him

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Re: Whole brown rice too dry, advice needed [Re: fugu]
    #1498751 - 04/27/03 09:33 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

it's always worth a shot....the worst that can happen is you loose it to contamination after you do this....but look at the other end...have you lost anything really, it doesnt seem to be colonizing with anything.....

Personaly, I would just re-wet and re inocculate....but look at me, I like to do everything the hard way....

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