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General Rules:
 
General Rules:
* Once a Dunder pit is left open to be infected it should be considered unsafe for direct human consumption without further processing.  
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* Once a Dunder pit is left open to be Seasoned (infected) it should be considered unsafe for direct human consumption without further processing.  
* Fermentations that use infected Dunder should be considered unsafe for direct human consumption without further processing.
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* Fermentations that use Seasoned (infected) Dunder should be considered unsafe for direct human consumption without further processing.
 
* It is not yet known if distillation will render the distillate or stillage fully safe though no known negative effects have been reported.
 
* It is not yet known if distillation will render the distillate or stillage fully safe though no known negative effects have been reported.
  

Latest revision as of 04:25, 3 September 2019

Dunder Pits are becoming more common in distillation. This Wiki entry will hold the most updated information regarding the safe use of Dunder Pits.

General Rules:

  • Once a Dunder pit is left open to be Seasoned (infected) it should be considered unsafe for direct human consumption without further processing.
  • Fermentations that use Seasoned (infected) Dunder should be considered unsafe for direct human consumption without further processing.
  • It is not yet known if distillation will render the distillate or stillage fully safe though no known negative effects have been reported.

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