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I have done some searching for ways to save a bacterially contaminated grain jar, and have not found what I seek. Hopefully someone can spell it out for me. I have jars that are 95% colonized, and have some bacteria, when I tried to case one, the bacteria spead quicker than s#@t (or quicker IN s@%t)and stunk to high heaven in a few days. I'm wondering if I were to dunk in h2o2 water, would there much chance of eliminating the infection and having more success? Your help is greatly appreciated.
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If you are 100% sure you have a contam even before you birth/case then do not bother with trying to save the cake. Im sure that it CAN be done by an expert under the proper conditions, but it is not worth the effort/risk for someone who has no clue what they are doing.
Anything that "stinks to high heaven" is a contam(most likely bacteria) and may possibly even pose a health risk.
Why take the chance...?
Instead of wondering how to save an obviously contaminated grow/cake... try working on active prevention on your next batch. Someone much wiser than myself once said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
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