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Overlay on Cakes?
    #3908773 - 03/12/05 08:51 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

I've researched a little bit about overlay and it seems to mention overlay only happeing on a casing...does it occur on cakes as well? My cakes at the moment seemed kinda smooth and hard, not all fluffy and soft...was wondering if it could possibly be overlay.


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Re: Overlay on Cakes? [Re: Enivid]
    #3908792 - 03/12/05 08:57 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

Cakes don't overlay, they simply form offshoots and rizo growths that extend OFF the surface of the cake. It's normal and healthy. The cake is designed to be 100% colonized, where as the casing succeeds with mycelium just below or on the surface, but not completely covering it.

A cake is in actuality completely overlayed. Make sense?


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Re: Overlay on Cakes? [Re: Holydiver]
    #3908887 - 03/12/05 09:34 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

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Diver said:
Cakes don't overlay, they simply form offshoots and rizo growths that extend OFF the surface of the cake.  It's normal and healthy.  The cake is designed to be 100% colonized, where as the casing succeeds with mycelium just below or on the surface, but not completely covering it.

A cake is in actuality completely overlayed.  Make sense?


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