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OfflineFINITE1
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    #3811474 - 02/21/05 04:45 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

I found an older pressure cooker a couple days ago, just getting everything ready for when the spores arrive. Its missing the tray which would be used to keep the jars off the bottom of the pot and I'm having NO luck finding a replacment tray. I have read that its a bad idea not to use a tray due to the likelyhood that the jars will break. Any ideas on what could be used as a makeshift tray or is it realy all that necessary to have one? Thanks = )


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Re: PCer [Re: FINITE1]
    #3811486 - 02/21/05 04:47 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

I've heard of people putting a cloth on the bottom to prevent burning/cracking the glass. Make sure you have an adequate amount of water on the bottom as a safety precaution if you decide to do this.


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Re: PCer [Re: DiMiTriSouljah]
    #3811666 - 02/21/05 05:29 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Do you have heavy metal wire laying around? One time I came up with a makeshift plate using that heavy chicken wire. I just cut a square of it then placed in the bottom, and crimped some legs downwards to form a platform. Be resourceful, I'm sure you have things lying around the house that will work.


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Re: PCer [Re: Holydiver]
    #3811682 - 02/21/05 05:32 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

I used chicken wire for mine just bent edges until it fit in PC and cut extra wire of until it was about 1 in off bottom of pot


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Re: PCer [Re: FINITE1]
    #3811732 - 02/21/05 05:42 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Depending on what size the PC is, you can use about anthing as a bottom GRATE. Round metal pie pan, with a few holes drilled in it works. Idea is to keep jars seperated from the water & direct contact with the bottom of PC. I would not advice using a towel.


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Re: PCer [Re: agar]
    #3812468 - 02/21/05 07:13 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

i didnt think the jars touching the water was a problem. my pc manual requires 7 cups of water when i place 7 jars in it the water comes half way up the jars. I pc for 90 min no problems with contam or jars breaking. i do use the rack to set the jars on.


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Re: PCer [Re: brewwhaha1]
    #3812493 - 02/21/05 07:17 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Well, lol, I dont have a rack  :frown:. Thanks for the replies tho guys, realy appreciate it.


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