Hi all. I am an all grain brewer who wants to try half batches. I would like to experiment with BIAB for this. Here is what I would like to try. Let me know if you think this would work or not. I want to do the mashing in a 5 gallon pot on the stove. So I would bring the water to strike temp and then drop the grains in, with the bag already in the water of course, and bring to proper mash temperature to hold for an hour. I know I will lose x amount of water to absorption. So then here is my question. Instead of lifting the bag out and squeezing lightly and then moving the bag to another pot I was thinking of bringing the necessary amount of sparge water to temperate in the second pot and then just pour that into the first pot and then kind of "tea bag" the grains for a bit and then continue on from there as usual. Thoughts?