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OldSpottsford wrote:Great, thanks. Can you elaborate a bit on "single adds to AG mash", not sure what you mean here?
OldSpottsford wrote:Never realized it took that much. Real helpful, thanks!
Dnderhead wrote:" I threw in some bicarb"
if it was sodium bicarb, yeast don't like that either ,that is the sodium part.
most times you can git away with some but if to much it can slow or stall.
sodium in yeast bread works as a "regulator" that is it slows the yeast and the yeast
produce small "burps" instead of large "burps" thus you have smaller holes in the bread.
you don't have to worry about holes in your wash/mash so don't put it in there.
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