Last year, husband & I happened upon this powerpoint from the 2008 NHC - http://www.ahaconference.org/presentations/2008/KrisEngland_NHC.pdf
I bought a 5-pound jug of buckwheat honey a little while ago, so on Saturday I mixed together 3.5 pounds of the honey (reserving the rest for backsweetening & general use) with filtered water. Rehydrated 2g of 71B with 2.5g of Go-Ferm and added that to the honey + water. Along with that I added .4g of DAP and .9g of Fermaid K
On Sunday, I degassed.
On Monday, I degassed then added .4g DAP, .9g Fermaid-K, and 2ml of a 2M solution of KOH (Potassium Hydroxide to manage pH).
On Tuesday, I degassed.
Tonight, I degassed then added .4g DAP, .9g Fermaid-K, and 2ml of a 2M solution of KOH.
Tomorrow, I degass and Friday add the nutrients and KOH.
Saturday and Sunday are "degass" days, then the process is done.
Anyone else use this method? I'm looking forward to results, as the method seems to be proven and have produced several award-winning meads. Looking forward to what happens!