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recipe help
    #366698 - 08/04/01 01:01 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)

an1 know where i can find a recipe using millet or a combo of millet/flax as a substrate. I'm not sure of the h2o ratio, if need to seep, or how long to cook.



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Re: recipe help [Re: spottedcaps]
    #366756 - 08/04/01 04:15 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)

why do you want such a particular recipe? here is a recipe with flax meal:
Hawk Magic Formual
In a large bowl, scooping out heaping tablespoons,
20 tbls finch seed (steep for 45 minutes in mineral water first)
7 tbls brown rice flour
4 tbls flax seed meal
10 tbls vermiculite
Mineral water

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Re: recipe help [Re: spottedcaps]
    #366803 - 08/04/01 05:31 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)

You don't need a recipe, either presteep, drain, then load in jars with no extra water........Or use 2 parts birdseed to 1 part water, or 250ml seed 130ml water, and just a pinch of gypsum.



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Re: recipe help [Re: spottedcaps]
    #366990 - 08/04/01 11:30 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)

Just boil, or steep, millet for 30-45 mins, drain, rinse and let drain completely. If its still a little soggy you can add some vermiculite to wick up the excess moisture, then load into jars, and PC for an hour and a half.

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