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Old 02-26-2006, 03:04 PM   #1
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When my second attempt was not going along well I posted on this message board for help. It turns out I screwed up the math and used 2.4 cups water instead of 7.2! I am really confident in my third run. It will be done at end of week. I will post how it turns out! Overall sake is very easy to make now that I have figured out my mistakes.
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Old 02-26-2006, 03:08 PM   #2
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When my second attempt was not going along well I posted on this message board for help. It turns out I screwed up the math and used 2.4 cups water instead of 7.2! I am really confident in my third run. It will be done at end of week. I will post how it turns out! Overall sake is very easy to make now that I have figured out my mistakes.
http://www.atroxen.com/gallery2/main...cto/?g2_page=2
Did you use the kit from Morebeer?

I've been thinking about buying that just for the heck of it.....I remember seeing a soju recipe around somewhere one time too, I'd love to try that as well.
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Old 02-28-2006, 01:12 AM   #3
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I believe kits have multiple items but all sake kits on net sell only spores to make malt rice. I don't have time to make malt rice so I am using malt rice from Japanese grocery store. A small tub costs 5$. I am using Cold Mountain Koji and bread yeast.

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