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water ratio for wheat berries
    #439178 - 10/28/01 11:30 AM (16 years, 26 days ago)

what should the water ratio be for wheat berries?

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Re: water ratio for wheat berries [Re: Larrythescaryrex]
    #439182 - 10/28/01 11:40 AM (16 years, 26 days ago)

The same as rye berries.
I have heard 3 different amounts here they are.

1 to 1= 1 cup grain to 1 cup water
1 to 3/4ths
1 to 1/2 half.

I personaly take and filll a bowl with with grain and add water and a little gypsom, until it is level with grain and let soak for about 12 hours then rinse and drain for about 3 hours scoop in jars and pc at 15 psi for about 45 min a little longer or short doesn't seem to hurt it though.


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Re: water ratio for wheat berries [Re: dimitri211]
    #439185 - 10/28/01 11:43 AM (16 years, 26 days ago)

thanks,

i've tried 1:1 and had bad luck, so i will try it your way.

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Re: water ratio for wheat berries [Re: Larrythescaryrex]
    #439214 - 10/28/01 12:48 PM (16 years, 26 days ago)

I can tell you what I do:
I use 100g rye berries and 105 g water per pint jar if making spawn, 110 g water if fruiting directly from the the rye.
Note, that I?m talking about weight measures, not volume.
It?s allways a good idea to make a test batch with different amounts of water, to see how your combination of grain, pressure cooker and the cooking duration affects the moisture of the cooked grain.


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Re: water ratio for wheat berries [Re: Anno]
    #439218 - 10/28/01 12:52 PM (16 years, 26 days ago)

When i am making rye, i use 1:1 volume and it works well, but when i tried it with the wheat berries, it was to wet.

I really would use rye, but i bought some wheat to experiment with and now i want to use of the extra, because i hate to waste things.

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Re: water ratio for wheat berries [Re: Larrythescaryrex]
    #439292 - 10/28/01 03:02 PM (16 years, 26 days ago)

If you boil the wheat first, and then strain it well, the water content is just right.

Boil it until the first few grains start to split.


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