Re: Stater kit... Sort of.
- Thanks guy's.I do beleive that I'm more of a hands on type and once I
see it in action I will get the whole picture and then my ?'s will
thin out (hopefully for you) :)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jamesonbeam1"
> Not to mention all the vitamins and minerals included for those
> yeasties (read ingredients) - also most brands of corn flakes come
> with Malt flavoring or extract :).
> Vino es Veritas,
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> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Greg" <gapremodeling@>
> > -
> > Thx Mason. I think I'm putting the horse/cart into play here.I
> > to use corn in my recipe and with this in mind, do I need toCan
> > substitute corn for the amount of sugar and so on. Bakers yeast!
> > I steal this from my wife's cooking supply? I'm ready to go inthe
> > If anyone can add thx.
> You can do this a couple of ways. The easiest is to crush up a large
> box of corn flakes in a blender or food processor almost to powder.
> prefer a blender so I can blend with water. If you just add theand
> powdered corn flakes to the water they will clump. Not really any
> need to cook but you can if you wish. The other is to use corn meal
> but this method really requires the use of malted barley to be
> effective and easy in my opinion. As for yeast just make sure it is
> "Active dry" not the "Rapid Rise" stuff. Flieshmans or red star are
> fine. I prefer red star. The corn flakes may sound a little "flaky"
> but they work nicely, They are cheap and transfer a lot of corn
> flavor into the finished product. You may want to consider not doing
> this in your carboy at this point now though. Run down to walmart
> get yourself a Sterilite storage container and use it for your
> fermenter. You will find it worth the 6 bucks. The brand of plastic
> container is safe for our hobby and a fraction of the cost of a brew
> shop fermenter.
- --- In email@example.com, "Greg" <gapremodeling@...> wrote:
>We don't mind really.
> Thanks guy's.I do beleive that I'm more of a hands on type and once I
> see it in action I will get the whole picture and then my ?'s will
> thin out (hopefully for you) :)