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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by injun51, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. injun51

    injun51 ON THE FRINGE New Member

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    Have only been on here for about 14 hours but have already gotten a few questions answered. Great site. Glad to be a part of it. Did a short stint in the private sector and am now, (for the most part) retired. I am also a CHEF so if anyone is looking for recipe ideas feel free to hit me up and ask. I am also an avid HOMEBREWER and HARD CIDER brewer. Love to chat about gun's food,fishing, beer, broads and hunting. Hope to talk to everyone. Thanks for a place for us west coasters to get together and discuss our-----WHATEVER!!! :D :thumbup:
     
  2. Bello425

    Bello425 Vancouver Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Welcome aboard, where you located?
     
  3. chiefchip

    chiefchip Rainier, Oregon Member

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    Welcome
     
  4. injun51

    injun51 ON THE FRINGE New Member

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    oak grove
     
  5. TonsOfOregonBrass

    TonsOfOregonBrass Sandy, OR Active Member

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    welcome
     
  6. swoop

    swoop Milwaukie, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Welcome, so you are on the fringe of Milwaukie.
     
  7. willseeker

    willseeker N. Portland. Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forum. Do you know anything about culturing ale yeast, the stuff left over at the bottom of the bottle, into bread yeast?:cool:
     
  8. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn In Utero (Portland) Well-Known Member

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    Welcome injun51!
     
  9. injun51

    injun51 ON THE FRINGE New Member

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    Sorry i don't, but i guess yeast is yeast. I have done batches of beer back to back and used the left over yeast from the last batch to ferment the new batch. I have never used it for bread though, but then again i'm a chef not a baker.
     
  10. ZeroRing

    ZeroRing 26th District, WA Active Member

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    Welcome. Even if you are another Oregon member. :D :thumbup: