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OfflineVisigoth
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Birdseed flour
    #592075 - 03/28/02 04:33 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Is it necessary to PC birdseed if it's grinded up into a flour? Thanks!!!

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Re: Birdseed flour [Re: Visigoth]
    #592080 - 03/28/02 04:38 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Personally, I always sterlize, better safe than sorry. Grinding doesn't kill contamination of any kind. I hope you are using vermiculite along with your ground birdseed, otherwise it will turn into a solid unusable clump in the jars. I hope this was helpful.

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Re: Birdseed flour [Re: frank_grimes]
    #592084 - 03/28/02 04:42 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Yeah I know I need to sterilize it. I'm asking if I can boil it to sterilize or must I pressure cook?


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Re: Birdseed flour [Re: Visigoth]
    #592151 - 03/28/02 06:22 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Sure you can boil it, but if you have the option of using a pressure cooker, why take the chance?

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Re: Birdseed flour [Re: frank_grimes]
    #592210 - 03/28/02 07:17 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Obviously, Mr. grimes, he doesnt have that option... that is why he is asking this question.

You can treat it the same as BRF if it is ground up into flour, pf-tek/boil will work.

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