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I've seen it posted that cakes which have been contaminated (in this case a cake which developed a patch of sour rot that was later overtaken by mycelium) often won't fruit and if they do you're not supposed to eat the mushrooms just in case. Well, a question arises:
Do they not fruit because the bacteria damaged the mycelium somehow, or because that bacteria might still be present in the fully colonized cake? I ask because I have a PF cake like this and I'm thinking shredding it to make corncob spawn.
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