Guys...look at this data. If it is correct (no reason to doubt it at this point) then a sweet potato has 6.67% starch by weight. Therefore, 6# of sweet potatos would have 0.4# (6.4oz) of starch available for conversion. 2-row will convert itself plus it's weight in other stuff. The Munich and Vienna will convert themselves and don't count on anything else. Therefore, a pound of 2-row would be muchas plenty in this case. I don't see any need for 6-row at all, but it wouldn't hurt anything if you're inclined to use it.Baron von BeeGee said:There was actually a recipe for this in BYO...I think "10 strange recipes" or some such? I'll try and find it. In the meantime:
Entering sweet potato (1 large, baked no salt) gives us ~12g of sugars and 12g of starch per 180g sweet potato.
I can answer that one, I remember the thread and the link, although not the exact website. It is what it looks like if you took away the cartoon drawing. It's from a hilarious series of X-rated photos 'edited' by drawing funny clothes/etc. over the naughty bits. In this case Dhalsim pulling Chun-Li's hair (from Street Fighter II) and.......blacklab said:
Captain. I am wondering if you could take a moment and explain to us what is happening in your avatar?
thanks for your consideration.