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Re: Pasturizing cow crap
    #15238 - 05/02/00 11:08 AM (22 years, 3 months ago)

pasteurization does not use steam because steam is 212*F, too hot.
170-180*F is the desired range.
be sure to use a thermometer to check often, i am sceptical that you can get/maintain proper temp long enough in a cooler. better off using stove/hotplate/etc.

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Re: Pasturizing cow crap [Re: Hippie3]
    #15240 - 05/02/00 06:12 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

I've gotten 150F through 190F with the cooler tek. I want 120F through 140F though, so I have some more mad mods to do to my unit.


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Re: Pasturizing cow crap [Re: Hippie3]
    #15241 - 05/03/00 09:20 AM (22 years, 3 months ago)

I guess there's more than one cooler tek out there. Learner's is like way beyond my limited ingenuity. The one I refer to is you dump shit in a cooler and dump in hot water that you cooked on a stove. By placing the crap in bags or jars it does not come in contact with the water. For proper pasturization, it might just need to come in contact with the "steam" from hot, not boiling water. Then again, maybe the only thing it needs to be properly pasturized is to come up to the correct temperature for a certain amount of time. On page 197 of The Mushroom Cultivator it states "Pasturization acheived through exposure to live steam for 2 hours at 140 degrees F." This leads me to believe my idea will not work. Then again, it could work. I guess I won't know unless I try it, I post in hope some one with more experience might say forget it kid or go on and give it a shot.


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