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OfflineTrail_Blazer
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Research Results
    #492937 - 12/16/01 02:11 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Results are in. DARK Rye flour has superior nutrional content to both brown rice flour and light rye flour. The pages where you can compare this information are provided below.

DARK rye is about 2-3 times more nutrional on average then light rye flour and between 2-4 times more nutrional than brown rice flour. Use this information as you wish.

Here are the links:

www.doggieconnection.net/recipe/info/rye_flour_dark.html

www.doggieconnection.net/recipe/info/rice_flour_brown.html

www.doggieconnection.net/recipe/info/rye_flour_light.html

Maybe we should all use Dark Rye flour instead eh?

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Re: Research Results [Re: Trail_Blazer]
    #493041 - 12/16/01 03:55 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

hell ya rye flour is buy far way better than brf it has alot more to it(would take 2 pages dont feel like getting into it)than brf and the cubensis strain seems really to take a liking to it.
Just my opion!


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Re: Research Results [Re: Trail_Blazer]
    #493227 - 12/16/01 08:19 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

I take it the ratio is still the same 2:1:1 verm/flour/water?


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Re: Research Results [Re: Billyblastoff]
    #493231 - 12/16/01 08:22 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Verm : Flour : Water... 2/3 : 1/4 : 1/4 affirmative. Same as MMGG and PF tek's

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Re: Research Results [Re: Trail_Blazer]
    #493265 - 12/16/01 09:00 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

great work!!


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Re: Research Results [Re: Zen Peddler]
    #493409 - 12/16/01 11:43 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

I know regular light ryeflour is about half the price of brf per weight. How does dark ryeflour fare in cost?


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Re: Research Results [Re: flaw]
    #493414 - 12/16/01 11:48 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Does anybody have a good idea of what exactly mycellium would respond well to? for example, dark rye has about 5 times more fibre than BRF.

Leading on..

I have not yet done this but I'm keen to use psyllium husk with either dark rye or brf as an experimental substrate. Psyllium husk is almost pure fibre. Not the cheapest stuff (or the tastiest either)

I'd like to experiment with various bodybuilding substances that I use also but I fear they all probably have preservatives in.



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