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Old 01-28-2012, 03:20 PM   #1
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I have a yeast cake that I want to wash the yeast from. First attempt at this and I was wondering if after I add the initial boiled and cooled water and swirl if its ok to use a siphon that was sanatized with starsan to get the initial top layer out into my first container?


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I have a yeast cake that I want to wash the yeast from. First attempt at this and I was wondering if after I add the initial boiled and cooled water and swirl if its ok to use a siphon that was sanatized with starsan to get the initial top layer out into my first container?
Sounds fine to me.
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