Instructables: exploring - food - grain Tue, 28 Jul 2015 01:29:55 PDT BLOX v1.01 Making B'urban Wash
Making B'urban Wash - More DIY How To Projects]]> pirobot668 Wash, what is it, how is it useful, and can I ever write anything without asking the reader questions?Wash is a 'artisan distiller' term for the alcohol-laden liquid that finds itself in the boiler of a still.Washes are typically water, sugar [more on this later] and a grain/fruit/herb of some kind ...
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Fri, 24 Jul 2015 14:03:36 PDT
Homemade Sprouted Whole Grains
Homemade Sprouted Whole Grains - More DIY How To Projects]]> loydb Sprouted grains are more nutritious than their unsprouted brethren, and (IMO anyway) they taste better as well. Peter Reinhart's latest book, Bread Revolution, explores the use of sprouted grain in baking, and has some wonderful recipes. (As a side note, if you aren't familiar with Peter Reinhart, h...
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Fri, 17 Jul 2015 16:14:42 PDT
Potato Vodka / Moonshine
Potato Vodka / Moonshine - More DIY How To Projects]]> n1cod3mus I had a go at making Potato Vodka, I have heard of it being made before in Russia and Poland and there are various recipes out there for it. For this one I picked the most basic recipe I could find out there.Now this one was a learning curve for me as I have mostly done sugar washes and a couple of ...
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Mon, 2 Jun 2014 17:43:59 PDT
Popped Amaranth Cereal
Popped Amaranth Cereal - More DIY How To Projects]]> spunk Amaranth is a tiny pseudograin and one of the oldest cultivated plants. It's best known for it's use by ancient cultures of South America where it was a staple food together with corn and quinoa. Amaranth seeds are relatively high in protein and therefore nice for vegetarians. They are also good fo...
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Sun, 19 Jan 2014 06:50:41 PST
StepMash: Open all-grain brewing mashing process controller Ivan_G StepMash is an opensource Arduino-based controller that allows you to manage a 5 steps mashing process. StepMash features: -) From 1 to 5 temperature steps (1 sec to 99 min); -) NTC temperature sensor; -) Timeout temperature control; -) Gas valve and piezo ingniter control relays; -) 1 free relay o...
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Wed, 4 Dec 2013 11:38:56 PST
Making double strength guiness stout Tecwyn Twmffat This video shows you how to make really nice tasting guiness stout with 'all grain' ingredients. Especially important is the hops, which gives it a great flavour in the 'craft beer' tradition.
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Tue, 26 Nov 2013 07:02:41 PST
Parrot Chop
Parrot Chop - More DIY How To Projects]]> zcassandra This is a step-by-step process to make chop, a concoction of ingredients for birds. It is a recent addition to my birds’ wonderful diet and I have been attempting to spread the wealth of information to my customers at work, usually through verbal communication. A lot of them get confused, asking “we...
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Wed, 22 May 2013 21:51:34 PDT
Multi Grain Bread rhodesbread A healthy bread full of nuts, seeds and grains. Tastes fabulous toasted. Full Recipe:
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Thu, 18 Apr 2013 08:53:26 PDT
Amazing (and Easy!) Bread From Spent Grains
Amazing (and Easy!) Bread From Spent Grains - More DIY How To Projects]]> depotdevoid Whenever you brew beer at home, you're left over with a pile of grains that have had the majority of their sugars extracted. What do you do with them? You could throw them out, or throw them in the compost, but there's a much better option: make bread out of them! Spent grains add a great textur...
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Mon, 19 Nov 2012 09:36:12 PST
Brewing Beer . . . With Science!
Brewing Beer . . . With Science! - More DIY How To Projects]]> depotdevoid Today I'm going to share two of my favorite things with you:  Science and Beer! My little brother is the brewmaster at Steelhead Brewery here in Eugene, and is truly a master of his craft.  He's not a graduate of one of those brewing programs you'll find here and there, oh no.  Ted started to lear...
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Mon, 19 Nov 2012 08:09:18 PST
How to Make Spent Grain Flour
How to Make Spent Grain Flour - More DIY How To Projects]]> benfarhner So you're a budding all-grain homebrewer, and you just brewed a smooth amber ale, or perhaps a heavy oatmeal stout. Now you have several pounds of spent grain leftover. What do you do with it? It seems like such a waste to toss out all that grain when it has so much potential left! If you have chick...
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Mon, 1 Oct 2012 14:43:01 PDT
Corona Mill Mods for All Grain Brewing
Corona Mill Mods for All Grain Brewing - More DIY How To Projects]]> dlewisa The Corona Mill is a cheap alternative to the more expensive roller mills used to crush grains for brewing. Roller mills start at $100 and quickly go up in price. A Corona Mill can be had for as little a $20. With three modifications---two minor, one a little more intense---it can be as effective or...
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Wed, 23 May 2012 08:11:03 PDT
Sprout Quinoa
Sprout Quinoa - More DIY How To Projects]]> GhostCard Sprouting quinoa is important to neutralize the phytates and enzyme inhibitors that make it hard to digest. Sprouting makes the grain more nutritional because you are eating a complete plant not just the seeds. The whole possess take about 24 hours and it very simple What you need -You need a g...
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Mon, 28 Mar 2011 19:44:49 PDT
Old Fashioned Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
Old Fashioned Pumpkin Chiffon Pie - More DIY How To Projects]]> HellaDelicious To be honest, I have never been a pumpkin pie fan, I always thought it was the worst part of Thanksgiving. I have finally come up with a pumpkin pie that I find absolutely HELLA delicious! I have been working on this recipe for a while. The problem was the crust. When making GAPS or SCD, gluten-fre...
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Tue, 16 Nov 2010 21:26:43 PST
Homebrewing Grain and Hops Strainer
Homebrewing Grain and Hops Strainer - More DIY How To Projects]]> completegeek When brewing beer, it is very important to have a easily repeatable routine. Anything that makes the process easier can really improve the quality of your beer by decreasing the number of mistakes you make. This grain and hops strainer is perfect for me and my setup because it can be added and remo...
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Mon, 11 Oct 2010 16:32:42 PDT
Spent Grain Sesame Bread
Spent Grain Sesame Bread - More DIY How To Projects]]> t.rohner Using spent grains from the beer brewing process for baking bread. Ingredients Baking bread with spent grains, requires you to get spent grains from somewhere. If you're not in the lucky position to be a all grain homebrewer like me and many others around the world, you might consider becoming on...
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Sun, 18 May 2008 13:59:36 PDT
HOWTO make GBR (germinated or sprouted brown rice)
HOWTO make GBR (germinated or sprouted brown rice) - More DIY How To Projects]]> bluescrubby Thanks everyone for making this a popular instructable! This is a perfectly fine way to make good brown rice, but I should mention that I now use the method detailed here: You can use the tools listed in this instructable ...
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Sun, 18 Feb 2007 21:59:18 PST