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Amazon Shop: ½ Pint Jars, Rye Grain

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Offlinekira
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two questions i want answer to
    #3975485 - 03/27/05 10:30 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

1) is it better with drainage holes in the bottom of casings?

2) If i find a mixture of grain and water I find perfect, And i know how many grams exactly with rye I used in each jar before pressure cooking, and I weight everything before pressure cooking,. can I next time just add as many grams with grain as I did before and then fill the jars with water until its exactly same weight (before pc) as last time and then pc , will I then get same results?


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Re: two questions i want answer to [Re: kira]
    #3975527 - 03/27/05 10:56 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

its possible to do that. but not all grain has the same moisture content in it. So you may not get the results you want. It takes more time and more clean up but i prefer to cook the grain first and then pc it. This way you know you have the right moisture content.


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Re: two questions i want answer to [Re: kira]
    #3975542 - 03/27/05 11:04 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

>>1) is it better with drainage holes in the bottom of casings?<<

It is best to have the moisture content - RIGHT, to begin with. Then - nothing needs "drainage".

If you were doing bulk in a commecial set up, with cased substrate near a foot deep, in containers like this picture.

Then "drainage" is applicable, because of the large volume of substrate & watering requirements.


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