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OfflineAarondx
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Straw/Dung pasturization methods
    #1634330 - 06/15/03 03:06 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

I've read multiple teks that have described different ways to pasturize straw/dung spawn.

Being I try to keep things as simple and easy as possible (but still effective!), I was leaning towards the stockpot - pillowcase method. However, if it works, I'd much rather pasturize in the oven with a container & tinfoil.

Any experience with that? Decent results? Any tips would be appreciated!

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Re: Straw/Dung pasturization methods [Re: Aarondx]
    #1634408 - 06/15/03 03:37 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

can put it in a pillow case in an ice chest, and pour hot water over it, and add more when it gets cool.


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Re: Straw/Dung pasturization methods [Re: Aarondx]
    #1634490 - 06/15/03 04:20 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

>I'd much rather pasturize in the oven with a container & tinfoil.

Read http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=Forum13&Number=1603729


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Re: Straw/Dung pasturization methods [Re: Anno]
    #1634714 - 06/15/03 10:14 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

if u got an oven to use it is easy as hell.... if not use a camp fire to heat water and pour it over it.... just rember that some people dont pasturize at all and have great success so even if its half-ass chances are that it will do just fine.....


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