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Old 01-27-2013, 08:13 PM   #491
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If I use one of my two gallon ferment buckets for this, it shouldnt be a infection risk using that same cleaned bucket for beer after would it?



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Old 01-27-2013, 08:15 PM   #492
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If I use one of my two gallon ferment buckets for this, it shouldnt be a infection risk using that same cleaned bucket for beer after would it?
As long as you sanitize it, you should be more than ok.


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Old 01-27-2013, 08:21 PM   #493
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As long as you sanitize it, you should be more than ok.
Awesome! Thanks for the quick response and great thread. Heading to lhbs tuesday and there so happens to be a awesome asian market next door to it that I always hit up after, looks like a double brew week for me next week!!
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The sweet rice definitely cooks up into a big rubbery gelatinous mass. I'm not sure this is the best rice to use for this, but we will see. It has an absolutely amazing aroma though, much more aromatics than jasmine or any rice short of Basmati. I am thinking a 50/50 blend of Jasmine/Sweet next time.
The jasmine/sweet blend is nice. Great aromatics. Scrumptiousness in a bottle.
Though I still favor any which has the red yeast rice added. It is all good.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:54 PM   #495
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The jasmine/sweet blend is nice. Great aromatics. Scrumptiousness in a bottle.
Though I still favor any which has the red yeast rice added. It is all good.
I think I will pick some of that up. I just put the batch together this morning, so it hasn't done anything yet. I know they have that at the health food store, in fact I think I can buy it bulk. I don't want to read back through, could you tell me about how much to use please?
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Right now I have Sushi, Sweet, and Jasmine rice, 2 bags of yeast balls, 1 bag of red yeast rice, and (4) 1 gallon jars. I hope to pick up Basmati rice tomorrow and do 4 different batches with just the yeast balls, compare, then experiment with the red yeast rice later. Possibly try different combinations of rice as well.

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I don't want to read back through, could you tell me about how much to use please?
I have consistently been using one 10gm yeast ball per cup of dry yeast.
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I have consistently been using one 10gm yeast ball per cup of dry yeast.
Dry rice?
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I have consistently been using one 10gm yeast ball per cup of dry yeast.
I'm sorry, of the red yeast rice. I could have been more clear. I used 6 yeast balls for 5 cups of rice.
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I'm trying my first batch of wild rice. For $10 worth of ingredients, I'm not too worried about failure.



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