My Belgian Witbier is still bubbling oh so slowly. But I am in secondary. I haven't had anything produce CO2 for this long. When I changed out the fermenter ball for the second time however, it had very little trub. So my question is, do I go ahead and bottle on schedule? Which is Wednesday. Or should I wait for another week to see how it is progressing? I suppose a Gravity reading would be in order. I used a yeast starter in this batch for the first time. I did not aerate my wort. I am concerned that the yeast isn't getting enough oxygen. Although the first 24 hours in primary was supercharged. But it has slowed to a crawl after that. I really don't want to fowl this batch. It is my favorite style of beer. any advice is appreciated.