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sterilizing my vermiculite + BRF before pressure cooking?
    #4673733 - 09/17/05 12:59 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

I've read that soaking the brown rice will ensure everything gets killed in the pressure cooker.

Does the same apply to the Vermiculite?

Does the same apply to Brown Rice Flour??

If so, how should i go about soaking and drying the flour?
How should i go about soaking and drying the vermiculite?


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Re: sterilizing my vermiculite + BRF before pressure cooking? [Re: Razman]
    #4673736 - 09/17/05 01:01 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

You don't need to soak anything. If you are doing the PF tek method, just mix the BRF, water and verm according to the directions and PC. The PC will kill everything.


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Re: sterilizing my vermiculite + BRF before pressure cooking? [Re: Razman]
    #4673768 - 09/17/05 01:11 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

I think you might have had brown rice confused with WBS or rye.


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Re: sterilizing my vermiculite + BRF before pressure cooking? [Re: FooMan]
    #4674053 - 09/17/05 02:48 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Yes, I think you also had BRF and WBS mixed. All those damn acronyms. But yeah, in theory the soaking of WBS will germinate endospores so they can be killed in the PC stage. Endospores are small heat resistant spores that can't be killed at PC temperatures.


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