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

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OfflineGhosty
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Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT?
    #1612493 - 06/05/03 08:00 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Using a pot I see can be done instead of using a PC.

How safe is this, is it 100% sure that it will sterilize like a PC?

Hit me with some details, pros and cons.

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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: Ghosty]
    #1612521 - 06/05/03 08:12 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

for brown rice flour its ok but wbs a pot wont cut it


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: MAGICSNOOP]
    #1612528 - 06/05/03 08:14 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

you need a PC for ALLLL types of grains..... for the PF tek, ive heard that steaming for 1 hour a day, 3 days does the trick same as a PC would, in one hour....


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: 2Experimental]
    #1612555 - 06/05/03 08:24 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

hmmmm.. so I really need a PC? Cause I don't have one and I am so limited on cash so I was hoping a Pot would work.

Anyone use a pot and it work out.. experiences.. etc


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: Ghosty]
    #1612570 - 06/05/03 08:31 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

If you are doing PF tek(BRF + vem) you can use a pot and steam the jars for a hour. I did it for the last 9 months and had no contams.


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: attar]
    #1612602 - 06/05/03 08:43 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

there's a tek on using a microwave rather than a pressure cooker. search for it on the main page


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: Ghosty]
    #1612619 - 06/05/03 08:47 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I used a pot for 8 of my 12 brf pf style jars (tiny ass pressure cooker only holds 4 jars, I need a new one) and they turned out just fine... I think I steamed for an hour and a half.


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: OmegaRed]
    #1612818 - 06/05/03 09:38 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Great thanks for the feedback.  I swear I am on alot of other boards and this is the only one that I get quick replies back :smile:

Thanks alot. I will use a pot for now till I get a PC.


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: Ghosty]
    #1612913 - 06/05/03 10:19 PM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I just ran into something that I have another question on.

Would a Crockery Cooker work? Is it the same thing? Its for cooking beans and shit..


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: Ghosty]
    #1613245 - 06/06/03 12:05 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

No.


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: dog]
    #1613999 - 06/06/03 06:03 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

.i'v had 100% succes rate steaming PF substrate in a pot for an hour and a half.
it didn't even have a proper lid...just balenced a wok on top!!
i suppose the wok was just heavy enough to create a reasnable level of pressure inside the pot.
i'v just aquired a PC tho'...so i'm going to have a go at 6T's millet tek...hopefully there'll be no looking back... :smile: 


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Re: Pressure Cooker replaced for a POT? [Re: KinNorvernMonkey]
    #1614078 - 06/06/03 08:06 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

A pot will work just fine. The principle is quite simple: get the substrate near 100C (212F) and hold it there for a while (minimum: one hour). If you use a pot for that purpose or a pressure cooker, is really irrelevant. However, with a pressure cooker the procedure tends to be a bit more reliable; i.e. the substrate is more likely to get heated evenly, and the temperature can be higher as a result of the higher pressure. So overall, I'd say that a PC is more reliable, though I have very good results using a very simple cooking pot which I use in day to day life to cook my Pandan rice in :smile: I simply put some water in the pot (about 2 inches), and let it cook for an hour or an hour and a half. The steam heats the portion of the jars that is above the boiling water. Don't forget to add some water now and then so your jars don't end up on a dry and sizzling hot pot-bottom.


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