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Pasteurization or Sterilization
    #814284 - 08/13/02 07:38 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Why is horse dung pasteurized opposed to sterilized in pressure cooker. If I sterilize the dung, will it still work as a casing. I've already read the FAQ, so if that is your response, please don't reply.
thanx for any help.


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Re: Pasteurization or Sterilization [Re: crzytxn]
    #814290 - 08/13/02 07:42 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

do a search theres a million and 1 posts on this...


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Re: Pasteurization or Sterilization [Re: crzytxn]
    #814367 - 08/13/02 08:13 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Dung is not a casing material.

Read www.shroomery.org/logs .


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Re: Pasteurization or Sterilization [Re: crzytxn]
    #816230 - 08/13/02 10:26 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I'll try and break it down for you.

You would pasturize horse poo cause you want it at around 175 degrees.

If you pressure cooked it....you would have too high of a temp and the poo would lose some of the benificial bacteria that it needs.

Like Anno told you....horse poo is not a casing....it would be used as a bulk substrate.


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