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docmoran

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any input as to risk level or damage to process if have to lightly raise mash in temp by direct flame to keggle vs adding hot water. carmelization?? what that??? thanks, doc
 
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david,

confused -- how does stirring raise my temp -- i thought if i manipulated to long with lid off I would dissipate heat out??
 

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Well if you stir fast enough you will create friction and raise the temp.

jk

Im guessing he means while the heat is on so you dont caramelize the grains.
 
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