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Re: replying could save my life!
    #19050 - 05/31/00 01:49 PM (18 years, 2 months ago)

i had the orange specks thing going on too.turned out it was rust,or that orange stuff around the edge of the inside of the canning jar lid,dripping onto the cake.didnt efffect the cake at all.might be a good idea to lightly scrape it off.
BLUE STUFF=first make sure its blue,and not green.if it's blue its more than likely just the mycelium brusing.if green,its contaminated.if it is just a little contam,cut it off the cake.you should be ok.


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Re: replying could save my life!
    #19052 - 05/31/00 05:58 PM (18 years, 2 months ago)

In Foaf's experiance, any type of contamination given a couple days will make itself more than known. IE ain't no way you could mistake it for anything but contamination.

If concerned about a specific cake, isolate it if possible from rest and monitor. Time WILL tell what's going on.

/Gadget



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Re: replying could save my life!
    #19053 - 06/01/00 02:36 AM (18 years, 2 months ago)

The blue is water damage, birth them and they will be OK! Those suckers are strong and can usually repair themselves. But dont eat the shroms or you will die!!!!..
I'm just kidding, haha.


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Re: replying could save my life!
    #19054 - 06/01/00 11:33 PM (18 years, 2 months ago)

The other day, my ferret looked at me and said that a dude had some cakes get a small amount of blue fuzz on top of his cake. At first he thought it was just the mycel bruseing. A few days later, it was clear it was a contam. Gadget said it best, time will tell.


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