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Drying with DampRid.
    #367868 - 08/06/01 08:55 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Hello people's.I have been drying with DampRid in a tupperware container,it is a makeshift chamber.It has only one level,damprid in bottom and shrooms just above the rid.Is this ok,Iwas in a hurrey this time around.It seems to take at least 4 to 5 days for the funguys to get crisp,also the damprid gets like a sticky coating on it and needs the top layer tost about every 2-dyas or so.The stems seem to be drying hollow do U think they should be ok?Thanks for all the help people.


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Re: Drying with DampRid. [Re: sporechase13]
    #367893 - 08/06/01 09:54 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

it usually takes about five days - but your set up sounds find as long (ofcourse) as the shrooms aren't actually touching the C.C. - i usually put them in rice for two days first if they are really damp, then into the desicant chamber...

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Re: Drying with DampRid. [Re: sporechase13]
    #367919 - 08/06/01 10:43 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

your time frame is about right. Make sure the mushrooms aren't touching the Damp-Rid its definately something you don't want in your body. That sticky coating is just moisture collecting on the surface of the D-R. You don't have to keep adding a layer, if you want you can just let it sit and a layer of water/calcium chloride will form on the top of the D-R, you can just poor this off and keep drying, eventually the D-R layer will be depleted substantially and you will have to replace it. And YES it DOES work, as I do it all the time.


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