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Re: Active or Deactivated Yeast for Microworm Cultures
- To: Live-Foods at actwin_com
- Subject: Re: Active or Deactivated Yeast for Microworm Cultures
- From: "Charles 'n Sue Harrison" <csharrison at primary_net>
- Date: Sun, 8 Nov 1998 11:15:46 +0500
- In-Reply-To: <199811080858.DAA27810 at acme_actwin.com>
This is Charles Harrison in St Louis.
Last summer I purchased a pound bag of "Active Dry Yeast" from a Helth Food
Store near home for $4.29. I have used it in my Micro worm, white worm and
Grindle worm cultures since then and still have more than a half pound left
to go. Last week I made some bread with it. Works great!
I would suggest economize.
That was last summer 1997.
>I have read numerous articles about culturing microworms. The articles
>have been fairly consistent with the exception of one area--type of
>yeast. There seems to be a down the middle split about which type to
>use. Does it even matter? And why?
>FAIRVIEW LAWN CARE