Jerry, I've had pretty much the same experience you describe with iodine testing of the clear top liquid and the stuff closer to the bottom, and here's thetgfoitwoods
It's impossible for us to remove 100% of starch from grain, but that remaining amount isn't worth your time, energy, or cost to remove for conversion. Youlast2blast
I agree with you about the iodine check. It works well. I have read conflicting articles on corn starch to sugar conversions. One article says you can getjkmccull
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