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Is making Jenk as easy as it seems?

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- Mon, 18 Dec 2017 19:54:14 EST ylHcicbJ No.24811
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Newbie here.

I have done some research and it seems all you do is:
>Eat dairy foods and spicy foods for a few days.
>Shit in bucket.
>Funnel it into another bottle and tie a balloon around it.
>Let it ferment for about 2 weeks.
>Untie balloon and inhale it.

Is that really all? If so....then hot damn how come everybody is not doing this shit..literally.
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Edward Noffinghen - Wed, 20 Dec 2017 16:14:13 EST ylHcicbJ No.24814 Reply
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>>24812
Could you at least be a little more specific?
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Frederick Bonnerstot - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 04:34:39 EST MD136Fdy No.24819 Reply
>>24811
i'd try and get some from a dealer before you start making your own. once you get some that you really like hold back a little and use it to inoculate your starter batch. you can just try making your own directly any maybe get lucky though, some people are natural jenkmakers and others need a culture. diet, upbringing, genetics, etc all make a difference.
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Eliza Ginnerfutch - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 04:11:29 EST ej+jJxom No.24821 Reply
>>24811
nah man you take some butternut squash, some carrots, an onion, and some potatoes and you cut them all up and bake them for a while.
Then you take all the chopped up pieces and boil them in vegitable broth for a while
then after that you put it all in a blender, add some salt and pepper, and eat it with a whole bunch of bread
you'll thank me later
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Martha Crussleludge - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 20:09:07 EST ylHcicbJ No.24833 Reply
>>24821
I am very interested to try your method. Could you be a little more specific when you say "bake awhile"? I want to make sure the batch I create is of good quality.
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Esther Weblingville - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 07:06:04 EST 4SHSr+Ou No.24834 Reply
>>24833
> Could you be a little more specific when you say "bake awhile"?
yes

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