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  1. Dec 03,  · Put in dried fruit mash if you'd like more flavor. If you'd like to give the mash a more fruity flavor, soak bags of dried fruit in 1 to 2 cups ( to l) of water. Then, mash the dried fruit up in the water so it becomes more of a juice. Pour the dried fruit mash into the cornmeal mixture and mix it 91%().
  2. Ingredients: 25 pounds coarse ground white corn meal, enough to fill half of your barrel/container 50 pounds of sugar – 1 pound of sugar per gallon of water of total volume 1 gallon of malt – can be corn, barley, rye or a combination.
  3. When sweet corn is consumed and not completely chewed, some will pass through the digestive tract and escape digestion and absorption. Resistant starch is considered similar to dietary fiber – and is under-consumed in the U.S. diet. So the lack of digestibility of corn would be considered a positive rather than a negative, generally.
  4. “Try a corn mash. Make a mash according to the wheat mash recipe, but substitute flaked, pre-gelatinized corn (maize) for the flaked wheat. Alternatively, sprout your own corn over the course of three days and make a mash from it without added malted grain. A root about two inches long should sprout from each grain.
  5. Place your mash pot on its heat source and pour in 5 gallons of water. Heat water to °F. Turn off heat source when you reach °F and immediately stir in pounds of Flaked Corn Maize. Stir mixture continuously for 7 minutes.
  6. A true corn mash recipe uses some ingredients that may be a tad exotic and difficult for urban dwellers to find, like malted barley and flaked maize. If you're just learning how to make mash for moonshine and want to experiment with a simple, basic recipe, try this mix .
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  8. Choose your KFC sides: mashed potatoes, coleslaw, mac and cheese, potato wedges, green beans, biscuits, whole kernel corn, and corn on the cob.
  9. BOURBON MASH¹ Whisky produced in the U.S. at not exceeding 80% alcohol by volume ( proof) from a fermented mash of not less than 51 percent corn and stored in used oak containers WHISKY DISTILLED FROM RYE MASH¹ Whisky produced in the U.S. at not exceeding 80% alcohol by volume ( proof) from a fermented mash of not less than.

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