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There's no I in BRF.
    #4689218 - 09/21/05 06:43 AM (12 years, 1 day ago)

So... I got unbleached organic all-natural brown rice but it wasn't in flour form. I put it in a blender and spent the day clicking liquify, shaking it up, clicking liquify, tossing the contents over, clicking liquify, etc. I came out with a bag of BRF that (when in the ZipLock) cracked and and fell in sections when you scrunched it (like normal flour does). After filling 10 jars, I'm gazing into them and realizing that it looks like each has pretty okay sized chunks of BR. Is this really bad? No chunk is as big as the grains of verm I used, however.

Also, how long should you keep a prepared jar before you steam\PC it? Could I keep it 24 hours and then sterilize it and be sure of killing all the contams? Or will they have "taken root" in the substrate already and are unsterilizable for inoculation?


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Re: There's no I in BRF. [Re: doubledutch]
    #4689258 - 09/21/05 07:25 AM (12 years, 1 day ago)

Well I would think that its ok. I know they colonize on rice them self. As for how long you can keep them im not 100% sure but im thinking it would take atlest a half a week or a week to colonize any thing in there and you would be killing it in the PC process so if your doing them tommorow im sure yull be ok.

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Re: There's no I in BRF. [Re: doubledutch]
    #4689570 - 09/21/05 11:22 AM (12 years, 1 day ago)

Chunky, home ground BRF is perfectly fine. It may benefit from a slight bit more water than fine ground store bought stuff. I don't remember off the top of my head, but I'm sure it's referenced in one of the teks. IME there is no colonization difference between store bought and home ground.

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Re: There's no I in BRF. [Re: mycofile]
    #4689679 - 09/21/05 12:12 PM (12 years, 23 hours ago)

dont store jars that have not been pressure cooked, you will end up with contams, as soon as you've prepared them sterlize them and then store them. BRF goes bad pretty quickly, if you want to see for yourself prepare a jar and leave it sitting for 3 days, open it up and take a slight whiff of the nastiness inside.

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Re: There's no I in BRF. [Re: mycofile]
    #4689839 - 09/21/05 01:00 PM (12 years, 22 hours ago)

When I grind my own, I like it a little chunky and increase the water by 1 tablespoon per jar.

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