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DethHead BS Tek
    #3528831 - 12/21/04 08:21 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Ok so i'm doing this tek http://www.mycotopia.net/site/article.php?19.255 And was wondering?? I decided to add a little coffe to the mix so i soaked overnight and am now simmering.

My questions since i soaked would i lower the amount of water as in step 3 of the tek?? IF so any idea how much??

Step 3: Next you need to add the water. I used 1/3 cup water to 2/3 cup birdseed which has been working quite consistently for me. Even with different batches of seed. See fig. 5.

Also would it make any sense to add a small amount of spent coffee grounds? Thanks in advance!!


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Re: DethHead BS Tek [Re: DaShroomer]
    #3528850 - 12/21/04 08:27 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

You don't need to soak the seed at all, just toss in your seed/water and cook it. I don't totally understand your question, but I think if you added a noticeable amount of coffee in, then yes, it will offset the water ratio just slightly.

2/3 cup seed to 1/3 cup water works just right, you'll have to guestimate and experiment around yourself by adding what you think is the right amount of water since you added the coffee.


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Re: DethHead BS Tek [Re: Holydiver]
    #3528874 - 12/21/04 08:38 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I was wondering if the fact that i soaked (coffee/water) and the seed prolly absorbed some how much less water should i give?  I think i'm gonna try 1/4 cup in 2 and 1/3 in other 2. 

What do youthink about me adding a little coffe grounds to the seed before cookin?  Thanks for your prompt reply i'm bout to set up jars! :smile:


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