[Tastebridge] "And finally, the mushroom itself"

Rameen emprameen at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 06:36:58 UTC 2010

I'm also looking to obtain a jug like this kombucha. Lid is unnecessary...
The glass needs to be culinary or chemistry grade, as the acidity can leech
potentially harmful minerals from the glass.
I've been considering going to a chemistry shop. An Ace hardware store near
my house sells 1 gallon jars (Ball, I think) but they're kind of pricey.
Too pricey considering their suitability.

On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 5:21 PM, miloh <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:

> Were can get get wide mouth high capacity (I'm thinking an assortment
> of 1 gallon size and 3-5 gallon size) jars/jugs for the brewing setup?
> Quote from the HappyHerbalist site that Rameen linked to in a
> different thread:
> http://happyherbalist.com/gallery.htm
> <quote>
> Many potential high value markets exist for thin film bacterial
> cellulose, including acoustic diaphragms , artificial skin, artificial
> blood vessels, liquid loaded medical pads, super-sorbers  and
> specialty membranes.  Potential markets for bacterial cellulose
> produced as pellets in agitated culture include the mining industry,
> the oil industry, foods, and the pulp and paper industry.
> [source: Production of Bacterial Cellulose from Alternate Feedstocks.
> D. N. Thompson M. A. Hamilton. May 7, 2000 – May 11, 2000
> 22 nd  Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals]
> </quote>
> Lets make specialty membranes, acoustic diaphragms, and artificial
> skin for solder burns next time we sort Kombucha.
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