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post #21 of 63
WOW, absolutely awesome Adam ! Sure will be following this.... I'd really like to do that kinda stuff !
post #22 of 63
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Originally Posted by WaterinHoleBrew View Post

WOW, absolutely awesome Adam ! Sure will be following this.... I'd really like to do that kinda stuff !

 

 

Thanks Justin.   I sure hope it all turns out if not alot of money will be wasted.

post #23 of 63

Nice!  Following this with interest,  I wish my fridge was bigger!

post #24 of 63

Yup. You will cause many of us to risk more abuse from the wives. Looking forward to your adventure.

post #25 of 63
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Yup. You will cause many of us to risk more abuse from the wives. Looking forward to your adventure.

That's no lie!
post #26 of 63

Looks Awesome, Adam!!!:drool:drool----:points:

 

Bet that stuff will be Mighty Tasty!!:drool

 

All Greek to me---I'll stick to the easy stuff.

 

Be Back for more Pics!

 

:popcorn

 

 

Bear

post #27 of 63
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Originally Posted by hjbct View Post

Nice!  Following this with interest,  I wish my fridge was bigger!

Don't we all. I actually have 2 just for my projects.


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Originally Posted by Sundown Farms View Post

Yup. You will cause many of us to risk more abuse from the wives. Looking forward to your adventure.

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Originally Posted by CrankyBuzzard View Post

That's no lie!


Sorry guys, but what the wife doesn't know won't kill her.



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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Looks Awesome, Adam!!!drool.gifdrool.gif ----points.gif

Bet that stuff will be Mighty Tasty!!drool.gif

All Greek to me---I'll stick to the easy stuff.

Be Back for more Pics!

popcorn.gif


Bear

I have you to blame for this. You taught be how to cure from the start. Ha
post #28 of 63
What a interesting project,hope all goes well!
post #29 of 63
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What a interesting project,hope all goes well!

Me too. Worried to death bout it.
post #30 of 63
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Weigh in day. I shoot for every seven days. Loss has slowed down and mold is still white. All good I think.

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Couple weight tags.

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This one is from my big pepperoni.

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post #31 of 63
Looking great... are you still spraying mold on the coppa or the walls of the fridge... or just the one time?
post #32 of 63
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Looking great... are you still spraying mold on the coppa or the walls of the fridge... or just the one time?

A only sprayed 2 times about 20 mins apart at the very beginning.
post #33 of 63
That's awesome! Love everything about it! Looks great!
post #34 of 63
Looking good! I sure wish you were closer to me, I'd be your guniea pig!
post #35 of 63

I am learning so much from this. Thanks for posting your efforts, Adam. 

 

Disco

post #36 of 63
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Big pepperoni finally done. Dried for almost 2 months. Vac sealed and gonna slice as needed and revac seal.

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Thin slice. Held together great.

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Added a bressola a few days ago. Got some nice mold growth so far.

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Looks like I have room for something else now.

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post #37 of 63

Adam

 

Your doing real good. Soon you will be making backups so you dont run out.

post #38 of 63
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Adam

Your doing real good. Soon you will be making backups so you dont run out.

Like cheese. Always have a rotation. Lol

Thanks Rick.
post #39 of 63
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Like cheese. Always have a rotation. Lol

Thanks Rick.


YW

 

And happy to help you out.

post #40 of 63

Brilliant!

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