Re: [new_distillers] Re: Corn Flakes
- That should be simple enough. I am going to retire sometime soon and devote more time to putting stuff I want to save in a place I can go back and find it. Thanks.
From: jamesonbeam1 <jamesonbeam1@...>
Sent: Mon, October 4, 2010 11:55:47 AM
Subject: [new_distillers] Re: Corn Flakes
While the UJSSM says to keep some of the old corn using cracked corn,
with corn flakes, I just use about 35 to 40% of the backset and start
with all new corn and sugar.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Royce Thigpen <fireside58@...>
>it yesterday when
> I new I had seen that recipe at some point.Â I couldn'tÂ find
> I was looking.Â They are just starting to pick corn around home,so it will be a
> while before I can stop the farmers to get some.Â In using thebackset for the
> second wash, do you add more flakes to the wash?ymailto="mailto:new_distillers%40yahoogroups.com">email@example.com
> From: jamesonbeam1 jamesonbeam1@...
> Sent: Mon, October 4, 2010 9:57:56 AMwhere I
> Subject: [new_distillers] Re: Corn Flakes
> You chose the same title for this Thread that goes back to 2003 and is
> got my recipe from.Â Read thru all the entries below this messageand will give
> you the same ideas.Â While they mention adding amalyase enzymes tothe corn
> flakes, this is not really necessary if your adding sugar.Â Justremember to
> crush them up using a food processor, or potato masher and dontover-cook - just
> let sit in hot water for about 40 minutes to an hour.Âjoined .
> You can also read the first message I sent to you on this when you
> >know I have
> > Please, someone remind me how to process cornflakes correctly. I
> > been told at least once. My corn supply got buggy (I realized todaywhen I was
> > going to crack some) and I need a substitute until I can replenish.