Re: Rolled corn w/Propionic Acid (a mold inhibitor)
- Thanks Harry,
I really did not want to feed the deer and squirrels. They already
consume just about every plant we have.
My intentions were to cook the mash (so to speak).
Thanks for all the help you long timers bring to these forums.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Harry" <gnikomson2000@y...>
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "abeck111" <abeck111@y...>
> > Greetings all,
> > I purchased a 50lb sack of rolled corn from the feed store. I
> > not realize until I got home and opened it that it containsused
> > propionic acid. The tag indicates that it is used as a mold
> > inhibitor. My question is this: Is it still suitable to be
> > mash ingredient? Or should I invite the Deer and squirrels over
> > a feast?
> > Drew
> If you're going to cook/saccharify the corn, there's no problem.
> The acid will be neutralised in the process. Don't worry about
> dire poisoning warnings seen in MSDS bulletins, either. That'sfor
> ingestion of the pure product. Propionic acid is used in foodmake
> preservation (mainly in baked goods and cheeses). It is used to
> calcium and sodium propionates, which are added to food to prevent
> mold or "ropes" in dry baked goods. Happy Mashing. :-)
> regards Harry (old baker)