I did a sugar wash this past week using Ovaltine as a nutrient. I took 25# of white sugar, 7# of brown sugar, three cups of rich chocolate Ovaltine, and 1/2# of Fleischmann's dry yeast and added it to 15 gal of water. Keep the wash at 83F. Took it 6 days to work out, let it set for two days to some what clear out. The chocolate left it on the dark side a little. Suck it off the top and it was a tint of dark but you could see through it! I ran it through my monster flute still. I have to say this was the BEST wash that I have run to date. I always use turbo yeast in the past and it would leave a bad after taste, but this run was pure and some what sweet with no after taste. Did not have to run through carbon, just plain good! Come off the monster flute at 186P. The reason I call it the monster flute is due to the fact that it stands 9' tall with 6 plates at 4" dia. in the column. It has one 5500 watt and 0ne 2000 watt heater in the boiler. It takes both at full bore to keep the temp at the top. She come out at a rate of one gal. and 36 ozs. per hour. This thing run fast, and I took and keep every thing from 70P to 20P to run in the next run. kept 5 gal of the spent wash to run in the next wash.