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Will rye keep after soaking?
    #4480752 - 08/01/05 02:03 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

I started some rye soaking last night in hopes that the PC I expected Friday would arrive today, but so far no sign of it. I know I can't just keep it soaking, or it will germinate. What if I simmer it, pack the jars I plan to PC, and stick them in the fridge? Will they keep okay until tomorrow or Wednesday, to get PCed then?

I'm not that worried about pitching the rye, I just want to get this grow going as soon as I can, after all this prep work.

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Re: Will rye keep after soaking? [Re: jBEArWAuKeE]
    #4480788 - 08/01/05 02:16 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

Rinse & drain it, then bag it up & stick it in the fridge. That should stall it from sprouting - a few days. Any longer, I would soak new rye.


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    #4480795 - 08/01/05 02:21 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

The fridge will most likely slow down germination and hinder contams from starting in the jar. As long as the PC comes soon things will probably be ok. Once they are PCed they will be completely sterile so as long as things dont contam or germinate now you should make it. Rye is cheap so if you are concerned that it is some how messed up i wouldnt waste my time or spores on those jars. Just by some more and do it over it would be more worth your time than innoculating inadequately prepared jars. If you are looking for a good grain tek that works follow scatmanrav's I follow this tek and it works to perfection.

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