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Discussion in 'DIY Flavours, Mixing, Recipes' started by MetalOz, Nov 27, 2016.

  1. MetalOz

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    You can steep tobacco and other herbs in pg for a month or two.

    Anything on the herb will be in your juice though. Insecticides etc. Personally I'm okay with that.

    Fruits etc have too much sugar. Particularly sucrose. I'd avoid those.

    Dr farsinolo studied NETs and decided they are relatively benign. Dr danko also says home brews are far better than cigs.

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    I've been meaning to make some Cinnamon Concentrate by Steeping it for a couple of months.

    With 'homebrews', do you mean homemade NET?
     
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    NET. Or coffee, herbs, spices etc.



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    Steeping almost anything in PG will draw some flavor out of it, why you'd want to use pressure I don't know.
    I guess pressure helps everything under pressure try to equalize a bit & may speed the process up but really if you're going to do it, waiting a little longer isn't a big deal.
     
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    alcohol is sometimes used to remove impurities if that is the concern

    wet with alcohol, soak, then saucepan on as low as your stove goes, or a crock pot

    that'll remove most of the nasties [in theory]
     
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