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Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ?
    #4411526 - 07/16/05 01:41 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

Okay my last attempt at it failed because I didn't realize that the water in the incubation chamber evaporated and my temperature dropped down to levels that allowed contamination. I had problems from the beginning when water leaked into my plastic jars during sterilization but I went on with the plan anyway. Now time is growing near for my second attempt, but I'm going to try the pressure cooking method for sterilization this time with glass jars. My question is will the vermiculite and brown rice flour outlined in this tutorial work when applied to pressure cooking for sterilization opposed to regular boiling? http://www.erowid.org/plants/mushrooms/mushrooms_mmgg.shtml

If not, can you please post links to guides that that involve ingredients that will work for pressure cooking?


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Re: Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ? [Re: bart_mann]
    #4411535 - 07/16/05 01:44 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

PC will kill everything where as boiling u might not. Just follow the tek u will be fine.


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Re: Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ? [Re: GNIOM1498]
    #4411567 - 07/16/05 01:54 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

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PC will kill everything where as boiling u might not. Just follow the tek u will be fine.


so it's okay to pressure cook with the brown rice and verm only? that particular text wasn't for pressure cooking so I was just wondering.


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Re: Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ? [Re: bart_mann]
    #4411895 - 07/16/05 03:54 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

Yeah, pressure cooking is better than boiling any day. It should work with that recipe.


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Re: Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ? [Re: bart_mann]
    #4411949 - 07/16/05 04:15 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

pf tek for simple minds is the best newbie tek. http://www.fungifun.org/pf/pf_en.htm


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Re: Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ? [Re: Optx]
    #4414328 - 07/17/05 12:06 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

what is the best way to seal off the inoculation holes in the jar tops before PCing?


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Re: Vermiculite + Brown Rice + Pressure Cooker = ? [Re: bart_mann]
    #4414339 - 07/17/05 12:12 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

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what is the best way to seal off the inoculation holes in the jar tops before PCing?




masking tape...then cover the lid with Alum foil.


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