[Tastebridge] Coffee grounds for mushrooms
rikke.c.rasmussen at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 23:56:05 UTC 2011
Yes, that's pretty distinct. Any sign of contamination on the uncooked bags?
Also: somebody please harvest those mushrooms! All the old blocks should
start to fruit again within a week, so there should be another flush coming
Last, but not least: how about a meeting next week? Dana can't make it
Monday, while Dan and Matthew can only make it on Mondays - so Monday 7:30pm
- same Bat time, same Bat channel?
On Oct 13, 2011 4:16 PM, "Dana S." <dsniezko at sonic.net> wrote:
Oh, yes! The bags we cooked have a lot more colonization.
(Imagine these not blurry or upside-down)
Pressure cooked: http://i.imgur.com/B4BTL.jpg
I just realized I'm going to be in Monterey next week, won't be able to
make the meeting, so here's my update: I got the low power linux box ( slug,
NSLU2) running, we can hook up whatever sensors we want to use (
http://linuxaria.com/howto/arduino-serial-ethernet-nslu2?lang=en), a cam
with either streamer or webcam (modules already installed,
http://nslu2guide.blogspot.com/2010/01/webcam-on-slug.html). It's probably
best to upload/store them elsewhere since it's a bit limited -- I am happy
to pass along login details to anyone who wants them.
P.S. a big oyster on one of our old logs: http://i.imgur.com/m6bhu.jpg :)
On Thu 13/10/11 3:13 PM , "Rikke Rasmussen" rikke.c.rasmussen at gmail.comsent:
> This looks great! Dana, did you see any difference between the bags we
pressure cooked and the o...
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