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Hello all, I'm new to the shroomery post group, I've been a small scale cultivator for a couple of years now, and I must say that my interest in cultivation has only grown. Needless to say, I've always wanted to use the leftover PF cakes in cooking but didn't ever bother. Now I'd like to give it a try. I was hoping somebody could give me a tip on incorporating them in making a space cake or something of the sort. My own idea is to soak a few cakes in hot water and let them sit for a bit. Then add a stick of butter or two and let the butter gain the potent chemicals. Finally, use the butter for brownies or cookies or something. I thought this might work, but I'm not sure. I bet there are also other ways to extract the potentcy out of the cakes, so maybe you could help. Also, the potency of a single cake is not exactly known to me--I figure about 4-6 trips off a cake? Anyway, hope you have good stuff to share. Thanks alot, Bplus
I don't think the butter idea will work as the active chems are soluable in H2O and would probably stay there.
You could extract the psilocybin from the cakes with water or slightly acidic water (lemon or cranberry juice) and then use this water to cook with (e.g. rice). Although, I'm not sure why you'd want to.
Whatever you do, please do not eat the vermiculite.
(You'd be lucky to get .5 trip/cake with this method, but more likely .15-.25 trips per cake, needing four to eight cakes for anything to happen.)
the only cakes i've ever eaten where whole rice cakes (a la quart jar tek) I used spent cakes and actually they didn't taste that bad, chopped them up and munch on them. tasted like mushrooms. I also did a cranberry extraction with 6 cakes and got some decent results (about a level 1 1/2 ) however, DO NOT eat vermiculite!!! this cannot be stressed enough. it does not count as ruffage or dietary fiber and consuming it can bring on the dreaded "glitter shits" (I laugh whenever I get to type that word..hee, hee, hee...)
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