law-of-ohms wrote:cooking corn, even with enzymes IS A PAIN THE THE ASS!
Prairiepiss wrote:Flaked maize shouldn't need to go through a mill. And I have never seen any that looks like that. It usually looks like quick oats or oatmeal. Strange. As long as it is pregelitenized. It should work.
So if your making a bourbon. What other grains are you going to add to the grain bill?
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law-of-ohms wrote:ok, I tried the 'micrmaize' with enzymes and bread improver
3KG of maize (I could crumble it in my hands - dry)
10L of water
Got a gravity reading this morning of 1.048
Might get %8 booze from it.
That sounds about correct?
Is that a good conversion or not?
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