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Re: Innoculating bread, partial success!
    #92648 - 02/23/00 01:15 AM (24 years, 2 months ago)

quote:
Originally posted by ShroomDoggy:
I am woorking with malt barley (yeast love it) as a substrate. I suggest if we want to make progress we all try innoculating anything and everything.

I have been trying exactly that. Mind you my german shepherd/great dane cross wasn't to impressed with his shot lol.


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Re: Innoculating bread, partial success!
    #92649 - 02/23/00 10:37 AM (24 years, 2 months ago)

...you'd have to both sterilize the bread and
colonize it in a sterile environment. If
you could pull it off easily, then it could
be a great source of liquid inn...wait...

I forgot about honey.

Nevermind :smile:

Good idea, though. I'll see what I can come up with.

[This message has been edited by Ultrapope (edited February 23, 2000).]


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Re: Innoculating bread, partial success!
    #92650 - 02/23/00 10:44 AM (24 years, 2 months ago)

I am woorking with malt barley (yeast love it) as a substrate. I suggest if we want to make progress we all try innoculating anything and everything.

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Re: Innoculating bread, partial success!
    #92652 - 02/23/00 09:55 AM (24 years, 2 months ago)

I tried the bread slice thing a week ago with no sucsess. I used spores instead of live mycelium though. I saw no growth, and within 4 days after inoculation, green mold set in :frown: Your Right ShroomDoggy, we need to inoculate anthing and everything to see what works.


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Re: Innoculating bread, partial success!
    #92653 - 02/23/00 11:56 AM (24 years, 2 months ago)

The general technique for innoculating easily infected substrates is to STERILIZE, then innoculate. 8)

Peace
Dan


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