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I have a question I hope you can answer. Given that your mash was open to the air for 3-4 days, is it possible that it could have picked up enough wild yeast to proceed to the anaerobic stage afterward if you didn't have any yeast of your own? Pruno makers don't have access to yeast, so is leaving it open to the air for a few days going to help?
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