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OfflineTheGreenLantern
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Bags in PC's
    #609147 - 04/15/02 04:44 PM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Who's done bags in PC's? How do you close the bag before PC'ing, and what kind of bags do you use. Also please give me your recipes for bag substrate. Thanks all..........This forum is priceless.-


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Re: Bags in PC's [Re: TheGreenLantern]
    #609641 - 04/16/02 03:40 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

all i can say is. no matter what you do, make ABSOLUTELY sure that your bag will not expand and cover the regulator. it has been suggested to place a saucer over the top of the bag or to use an extra jar rack if your PC came with one. read my post, Substrate on the kitchen cieling. my duck's kitchen was a fucking wreck and he is lucky no one got steaming substrate in the face. it's all fun and games until someone loses an eyeball.


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Re: Bags in PC's [Re: TheGreenLantern]
    #609789 - 04/16/02 09:10 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

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Re: Bags in PC's [Re: psilocyber]
    #610657 - 04/17/02 10:16 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

hey latern,

that picture you always post is really annoying. could you please stop? thanks.


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Re: Bags in PC's [Re: TheGreenLantern]
    #610695 - 04/17/02 11:19 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Best substrate for bags is any kind of organic grain or seed mostly rye, wheat, millet, birdseed, etc.
I successfully used freezing bags wraped with aluminum foil, wich are cheaper than microwave or hooven bags, these last ones are prefered but the first solution is also used. When you PC the bag you don't want it airtight, some make a hole in the bag covered with airfilters (like from micron or tyvek) to prevent pressure built up, i use two small holes with water proof banding aids covering them.

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Re: Bags in PC's [Re: TheGreenLantern]
    #611045 - 04/17/02 06:06 PM (16 years, 1 month ago)



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Re: Bags in PC's [Re: duss69]
    #611059 - 04/17/02 06:18 PM (16 years, 1 month ago)

i JUST pulled 2 turkey bags of BS out of the pc. i was worried, because the smell of seed was strong. i opened it up, and the bags had bent the top "jar divider"!!. i was sure i had a mess. but after examing the bags, there was no holes, or even a single kernal in the bottom of the pc. lol these things are tuff!!!! i didnt put holes in it before i cooked, but made sure there was no air left in the bag, and i tied at the top, so there was plenty of room to expand

about recipe. i used 7 cups wildbird seed( with sunflowers taken out_ these were soaked 24 hours in tap water in the fridge. 4 cups wetted verm, and app 1/2 pound dark rye flour ( didnt measure it, was a 1 pound, 8 oz bag, used 1/2)
this was the recipe for EACH bag


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