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OfflineHarvestTheBrain
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Question about canning and tyvek
    #1725633 - 07/17/03 07:34 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

Hey guys, I'm gonna run my cooking method down before I do it let me know if this is right:
First I'm gonna poke the holes in the lid (rubber up)and tape em' up with some industrial tape
Then I'm gonna cook em' with somewhat loose lids for the standard time (15psi for 1hr)
Let them cool, then inoculate
I just want to know, instead of the loosening the lids, can I leave the tape off, tighten the lids and cover the lids with tyvek during the cooking (will it get soggy?)
If I cant use the tyvek during the cooking, should I tighten the lids up while they are still warm, or can I wait until before I inoculate?
Thoughts?


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Re: Question about canning and tyvek [Re: HarvestTheBrain]
    #1725766 - 07/17/03 08:35 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

yes you can use tyvek during the cooking .with the lids tighten the lids up


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Re: Question about canning and tyvek [Re: HarvestTheBrain]
    #1725873 - 07/17/03 09:18 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

if your doing PF tek, theres no need for tyvek
after innoculateing, just put a piece of foil over the top of the jars, it will keep shit out of your jars, but isint air tight, so it will allow some breathing.....
pf jars have the verm barrier so your ok..... plus they dont need that much (if any) air exchange...


save your tyvek for WBS jars....

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Re: Question about canning and tyvek [Re: hyper_dermic]
    #1725878 - 07/17/03 09:21 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

Thats what I'm doing, penningtons finch food


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    #1725916 - 07/17/03 09:36 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

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Re: Question about canning and tyvek [Re: Adden]
    #1726023 - 07/17/03 10:05 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

I'm thinking about putting the syringe right through the tyvek below the ring, and then putting another layer right on top of the lid..good idea? Or is there another way to inoculate?


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    #1726088 - 07/17/03 10:17 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

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Re: Question about canning and tyvek [Re: Adden]
    #1726101 - 07/17/03 10:19 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

awsome, thanks for answering all my questions guys...after reading so many methods to grow, it gets kind of overwhelming and you dont know what to do anymore.


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