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Offlinescooby77
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2 questions about "dunk" and BRF
    #2734446 - 05/26/04 11:55 PM (14 years, 12 hours ago)

Thanks in advance to the kind shroomerites who answer questions on this board.

What does "dunking mean" and dunk and roll?

What kind of brown rice flower do I need to use? Is it flour flour, like mushy?


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Re: 2 questions about "dunk" and BRF [Re: scooby77]
    #2734465 - 05/26/04 11:59 PM (14 years, 12 hours ago)

first question, dunking is the process of rehidrating your cakes/casings for another run in the fruiting chamber... you put them underwater overnight and then plop em back in the chamber the next day.

Brown rice flower is brown rice flower is brown rice flower... just make sure you get the vermiculite to mix in, it helps with airation and that type of stuff.


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Re: 2 questions about "dunk" and BRF [Re: scooby77]
    #2734473 - 05/27/04 12:00 AM (14 years, 12 hours ago)


Quote:

What does "dunking mean" and dunk and roll?




Dunk tek

Dunk and Roll


Quote:

What kind of brown rice flower do I need to use? Is it flour flour, like mushy?




Its flour,like flour you use for cooking,only it is made from ground up brown rice.


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Butternut squash are softer than acorn or other types of squash, which makes them easier to cut and prepare.


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Re: 2 questions about "dunk" and BRF [Re: ButterNut]
    #9599147 - 01/13/09 03:13 AM (9 years, 4 months ago)

Brown rice flour is essentially finely ground brown rice, its best you buy it rather than attempt to making your own. you can usually find it in the bulk foods and or health food section at most grocery stores.


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