Charlotte Farley

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bio website tinnedmince.co.uk
location Huddersfield, United Kingdom
age 31
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seen Jun 8 '11 at 0:33

Just a foodie ...


Apr
9
comment Triple Fermented?? But Why?
Yeasts can adapt. So you put a wine yeast into a medium it does not like, most of the yeast dies. Leave that brew alone and a fermentation will eventually start - it can take a couple of weeks. Once you have a successful brew, you keep back a bottle or two and use the lees from that bottle in the next batch. Again, it will start slowly -but it will go eventually. I give the only explanation of why more than one yeast is used and all you guys do is grumble. You just lost me ...
Apr
9
comment Triple Fermented?? But Why?
The yeast you start with is not dead - you are using a mix of yeasts that work together slowly to get the end result. You cannot generalize and say it will not work - it works for me. Tell us what works for you, baka.
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