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Soya molds fail?

Postby Arxhlight on Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:10 pm

Hi, simple question.
Made soy sauce. Startet with spores on my whete and beans. Incubated 32C for 2 days. Then i got mold, or spores.. not sure what the differens is. And it was kind of yellow green?

Is that ok or am i failing?


This text says you dont want spores bcs it can start to toxinate? your batch, not sure if that only goes for sake. http://forum.northernbrewer.com/t/koji-fail/16390

This is the collor of my spores, molds:
http://www.taylor-madeak.org/wp-content ... C02682.jpg

Now i made the sauce, adding water and salt.

How to troubbleshoot this, how do i know if its not eadeble? Any tests you can do to make sure its not toxic?

Regards
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Re: Soya molds fail?

Postby Arxhlight on Fri Jan 13, 2017 5:54 am

This is how it looked
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