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OfflinePappaKaps
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Re: Drying Process
    #19444 - 06/02/00 10:32 PM (23 years, 11 months ago)

A "friend" of mine always drys his out in front of a fan for about 15-18 hours, then "he" puts them in a dessicant chamber that he made out of a tupperwear bowl, chicken wire, and a 2 gallon ziplock bag as shown here:
www.geocities.com/pappakaps/DryingChamber.JPG

It drys quiet nicely! And costs about $2-$4.


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Offlinehitterg
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Re: Drying Process [Re: PappaKaps]
    #19445 - 06/03/00 03:50 AM (23 years, 11 months ago)

My buddy always sleeps with his fan on at night and just leaves it on during the day. He sets his mushrooms in front of the fan and they are dry within 24-48 hours.

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Re: Drying Process [Re: PappaKaps]
    #19446 - 06/03/00 04:04 AM (23 years, 11 months ago)

i use a fan and it works just fine. When my mushrooms are almost completely dry I put them in a tupperware container with some silica gel to finish them. If you have large mushrooms, you can reduce drying time by cutting them in half down the middle.

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