I'm taking shot at a modified GF Oberon clone from this forum, and having problems understanding the different processing types of GF ingredients, or problems finding them at all.
The best buckwheat I could find that I thought might work was GF "Cream of Buckwheat." To my knowlege, this is pretty much like millet form of buckwheat? there are no other ingredients whatsoever besides buckwheat. Can I just steep this like I would millet?
I think I have a good idea of rolled oats, being rolled means they have been at least partially geliatinized and are fair game for steeping, right? And I made sure to get GF. I previously bought steel cut oats... also GF, but these seem like I might need to mash them.
I am not against the idea of doing a small mash of these grains before adding to the extract/boil, I know I can pick up some amylase if needed. Thanks for any help, I've scoured as much of the forum as I can handle and I've kind of hit a wall on researching this beer. Thanks!!!
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