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Hey I was wandering if it is possible to store the mushies by freezing them and if it is how long can you keep them frozen.
Also what about freezing the juice obtanied by boiling and straining the mushies. How long could you keep the juice refrigerated. And how long could you keep it at the room temperature. I just want to know whether the juice or the mushies can last while at the room temperature for about 8 hours since lots of times I have to hide it in the locker so I can eat them or drink them after work. I am more likely to spew when doing this so I am wandering if it has something to do with not keeping them refrigerated for hours.
"boiling and straining the mushies" you don't want to boil it, just add either warm or boiling water,
and i think the tea is meant to be drunk soon since the psilocybin will oxidize and there will be a lose of potency.
"spew when doing " this could be either the rotting of the mushies or you probably don't like the taste of them, either way get a dessicant chamber set up and cracker dry em this way they can be stored in your locker for longer durations.
-------------------- "There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge."
Well this question has been asked dozens of times here.
No it is not a good thing to freeze your mushrooms.
And freeze drying ones shrooms is not drying them and putting them in the freeezer.
Freeze dring is when you put the shrooms in a cannister and the air is sucked out with a vacuum using dry ice. Then the shrooms retain their actual size yet are like woof balls with no weight to them hardly at all.
Of course if your electricity goes out your shrooms are rotted if you freeze them
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