Hi guys, yesterday I brewed an extract with steeping grains Delirium Tremens clone and wanted to pitch right onto the yeast cake of a Belgian strong golden ale that I bottled at the same time I brewed the DT clone. After reading the thread started by Bob about not pitching right onto the yeast cake mainly because it's always overpitching by a lot and reading some other advice, I poured 1/2 of the cake out before racking the DT clone on top of it. I also added a packet of Safale 04 because I read that the commercial DT uses that in addition to the Belgian yeast. The one thing that all the ferments that are pitched right onto the cake seem to have in common is that they take off immediately and are explosive. I pitched 12 hours ago at 68 degrees and still there are absolutely no signs of any activity. OG of first beer was 1.08 and FG was 1.014 and I used 2 packs of Wyeast 1388 and 1 vial of White Labs 545 with no starter. OG of new wort was 1.086. I poured off at the most 1/2 of the cake but could that have been too much? Should I get some more 1388 and pitch that tonight when I get home from work? Any advice that will help me now is appreciated.