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Jun. 26th, 2009 @ 09:34 pm Growing Things in the Kitchen Sink
I had about a table spoon of the bacteria stuff that cleaned out the drains and a bottle of syrup so I miced the two together with a cup of warm water to see if it grew on just sugar or if I really needed the beer in it.

Plus I'm exhausted but bored and restless...

I left it in the sink in case it grew suddenly in the middle of the night but so far nothing in the first hour.

The Stuff

Life

Syrup and Bacteria
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From:keter_magick
Date:June 27th, 2009 07:26 am (UTC)
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You'll probably need to add more water to the mix. Concentrated sugar dehydrates cells, which will limit bacterial growth.
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From:senseless
Date:June 27th, 2009 01:51 pm (UTC)

Great Minds

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I did last night after pondering it a bit and reached the same conclusion.

Still there is not a bit of change over night, so I might go get a beer,

and dump it in.
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From:keter_magick
Date:June 28th, 2009 05:58 am (UTC)

Re: Great Minds

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Bacteria naturally encapsulate (like yeast) and go dormant when they run out of growing medium. The alcohol in the beer may help penetrate the capsule, and the minerals may help start their ion pumps. You might be able to get the same effect from apple juice and a little salt.
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From:senseless
Date:June 28th, 2009 03:34 pm (UTC)

I'll Waste Beer!

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But not apple juice...