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#5768247 - 01/27/11 12:09 AM Sour Maze
SGT BALLARD Offline
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Registered: 11/10/09
Posts: 299
Loc: TYLER,TX.
I soured some Maze during the summer,and one batch does not stink much at all,and the maze still does not absorb the water at all.The water is just barely over the top of the Maze,any suggestions? Should I mix some more maze into this batch,or what.Thanks for any help guys...
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#5768666 - 01/27/11 07:57 AM Re: Sour Maze [Re: SGT BALLARD]
throwback Offline
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Registered: 09/21/07
Posts: 7173
Loc: San Angelo
Add a package of yeast and a cup of sugar to get the process started or re-started. I believe, not proven, that city water chemicals can effect the fermentation process.
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