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Discussion in 'Concentrates & Processing' started by GT21, Jan 2, 2016.
Much smoother and FAR quicker cook imho
Damn that looks nice.
How are you making that?
Either isopropyl or everclear
What is your process of making it? Thanks, RB @GT21
Freeze trim, and iso overnight... fill mason jar with trim about 3/4 full.. then iso 1/2 full.... shake VIGOROUSLY for 10 second... pour mix in 3 stacks of coffee filters in a pyrex pan... pick up each coffee filter and close the top and squeeze the iso into the pyrex.. . It will take 3 to 4 (3 stacks) to empty the jar.... then put pyrex on top of toaster at 150-200 degrees and place a fan blowing the alcohol off the top of the pan and cook for 2 hours..... make sure all liquid is cooked off and scrape up onto parchment. .. then put the parchment direct on warm toaster and fold a few times then let settle and freeze. ... everclear needs to be a bit lower temp(110) but still a faster initial cook
Im not sure i understand what a "stack" is.can you take a picture or maybe you already have some you can post for us?
Tha stuff looks real good .
Plus i got a boatload of ever clear right now lol.
Stack three filters together. .. i used to do one but if youre not careful you bust the paper and contaminate your whole batch.... this makes your filter a bit more tough so you stack 3 filters together and you will need 3 or 4 stacks to empty the jar... you only put a little in each one then twist the top of the filters and squeeze.
From the freezer to the toaster takes about a minute.
Just a word of warning , iso is highly flammable!
It should only be used outside or in a well ventilated area.
I find the best way to boil off the iso is on a Pyrex dish on top of water on a crock pot / slow cooker
Hahaha 4-5 years in the kitchen and not one fire...... and im not a big fan of steam when youre trying cook off water/alcohol
This is the only way I've ever made a slab but yours looks extremely light in color which I like!
Didn't you mean from toaster to the freezer?
No.... as in from pouring the iso in the trim jar...shake... filter... and on the heat source in about a minute
Cold and fast my friend
Haha your pics are getting me in the mood to make some! Do you use fresh frozen trim or dry frozen?
Ok last couple.... ask away guys
Always ALWAYS dry frozen... too much excess water and chloro in fresh
Thanks for making this thread @GT21 , I've always wondered the right way,step by step.
I will be saving my trim for a bang at this later.
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