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jtaylo7 wrote:Greenhorn Question, couldn't find it on the boards.
Southern States sells chicken scratch (appears to be just oats and corn but it may have other grains) for about 20% less than corn. It's just grain, no fortification. Does anyone have any experience with using this for mash and if so, could you provide a recipe? Thanks.
ranger_ric wrote:OK... So wife is going to feed store.... tells me to text her what I want.. I send her text to check out the Chicken scratch.. Make sure it is ONLY GRAIN. No pellets, No fillers ONLY grain. No Propionic Acid, No Preservatives.
So she shows the text to "Bubba" who is working there. He puts a bag in her car and she doesn't read the label. It contains "MIlo, Corn, Wheat, and Vegetable Oil"
This will be a sugar wash UJSSM style with backwash from a previous generation...
A. I have not opened the bag, And I want to ask if the vegetable Oil is going to ruin the ferments or the distillations? If it is then I will take it back.
B. I have also only found one line in the forum about Milo (Grain Sorghum) saying they "heard" it had off tastes. Has anyone else tried fermenting milo?
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