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OfflinePoppaWoody
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Casing and recolonizing a PF Cake that is pinning
    #346559 - 06/22/01 05:20 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Can I take a PF cub cake that is not pinning well (probably my fault) case it, recolonize, and try again?

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Re: Casing and recolonizing a PF Cake that is pinning [Re: PoppaWoody]
    #346778 - 06/23/01 12:45 AM (21 years, 3 months ago)

You can case it anytime. I am letting mine flush, and then casing them.

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Re: Casing and recolonizing a PF Cake that is pinning [Re: Glacius]
    #347488 - 06/24/01 01:19 AM (21 years, 3 months ago)

are you supposed to scrape off all the pins when you case it?

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Re: Casing and recolonizing a PF Cake that is pinning [Re: J_Twista]
    #347526 - 06/24/01 02:38 AM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Yea you should take the pins off.. ESPECIALY when your growing inside.... or you can do this, split the cake in half- being careful not to hurt any pins. Then lay the 2 sides of the cake on their flat sides in your casing container. Case as normal... peace

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