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Amazon Shop: Brown Rice Flour, Herb Grinder, Rye Grain, Vermiculite

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Offlinelemunhed
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Vermicultite and Rye substrate?!
    #1614492 - 06/06/03 01:55 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I got this great idea... i'm sure all of you have had it also, its not revolutionary... I was wondering about putting vermiculite in with rye grain for grain cakes that you could fruit. If you were going to case your grain cakes, it wouldn't really make sense because the casing would eliver enough moisture, but if you wanted to fruit them as cakes... you could use verm to deliver the extra moisture that rye won't hold. Any feedback on this guys?


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Re: Vermicultite and Rye substrate?! [Re: lemunhed]
    #1614499 - 06/06/03 01:58 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

less rye, less nutrients..

more verm. more water retention..

you need to find a good balance!


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Re: Vermicultite and Rye substrate?! [Re: lemunhed]
    #1614621 - 06/06/03 02:57 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I dont know about rye grain.  But Rye flour, or Dark Rye flour are great nutrients for cakes =).  AFOAF just buys rye berries, and grinds them with a coffee grinder into a fine powder like BRF, works pretty good, but the consistency of the substrate is a bit different alot more clumpy than the BRF&verm, but the mycellium seems to love it =) :grin: 


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