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Well.. I was just getting ready to case a mycobag which is completey colonized with myc. I decided to give it one last good look over, and discovered a -tiny- spot of a bluish color on one kernal of corn at the very bottom of the bag. The entire rest of the bag is covered in healthy white. Normally I wouldn't ask, and would just chuck it, but it's such a tiny little spot, and it seems like such a waste not to try and save it. :/ Bleh. Advice?
Hard to say for sure without a pic, but i'm guessing it is just bruising.
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