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Re: Question on Rye Grain longevity?
    #276118 - 03/22/01 12:10 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

well the rye grain came from Fungi Perfecti so its about the best quality rye you can get.....I figured it would be fine, I will just need to pressure cook it a little longer to make sure I have killed any remaing contams. Thanks for your feedback though.



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Re: Question on Rye Grain longevity? [Re: PanTrop]
    #276382 - 03/22/01 02:02 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Some prions, such as those that cause kuru {laughing sickness}, are known to survive heat in excess of 500deg f, and even immersion in formaldahide. Whether to consider an infectious protein "living" is up for depate, but luckily we don't have to worry about prions mucking up fungi......unless you use bone meal instead of lime to adjust PH.



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Re: Question on Rye Grain longevity?
    #276415 - 03/22/01 03:55 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

(remember, all living organisms known to live on earth die at 378 degrees farenheight or less, so heat your oven to 400 and you'll do fine).

If you do this, you will have a nicely roasted rye with lots of caramel and with no chance for colonization by the fungus.

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Re: Question on Rye Grain longevity? [Re: Anno]
    #276433 - 03/22/01 04:54 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

well concidering using rye without a pressure cooker is hard as hell, why would I heat my oven to 400? Love my pressure cooker!

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