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  • Mazzariman
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    Thanks much! Looks like the 7x7 will be fine.

  • Farmbuck
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    Hi Mazzariman

    I use the 4x7 Ryot box and thinking of getting the 7x7 for more kief. As for the divider this video will explain it's use.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgcFogCdbG8

  • Mazzariman
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    Howdy FarmBuck. Would you recommend the 4x7 or 7x7 box? Why is there a divider in the 7x7 box? Just curious. I've never used something like this before. Thanks!

  • Dieselgrower
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    thanks man and i had to look him up but now I got some reading material...very cool

  • Farmbuck
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    Yep for my best hash is what I used and I let cure for months.

  • Farmbuck
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    Kool..!

  • Farmbuck
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    Nice !! With some practices you will be as good as Frenchy Cannoli hey ?

  • Dieselgrower
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    was just over 8 grams. i may heat again slightly and squeeze it once more. but still a nice block of hash

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  • MagicMike66
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    Here’s some of my last batch of bubble hash. Been curing for about 3 1/2 months and just keeps getting better and better!

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  • Anansi
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    Idea: When making hash with the whole flower, you won't have to trim.

  • Anansi
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    I use the dry ice method to separate the resin from the trim (I usually get about an 8:1 yield). Then I press the resin into pucks with a stainless sleeve press that you whack with a rubber mallet. You can stop there if you smoke with a pipe. However, I prefer to smoke using the pin and glass method and the raw pressed kief is a little too crumbly for that. So I add a little heat and pressure to my pucks with a clothing iron. I set the iron on its lowest heat setting. I wrap the pucks in parchment paper and place that inside a damp wash rag then iron with firm pressure for a few minutes. This firms the hash up so you can stick it on the pin without it breaking. Up until now I have only done this with trim. One of these days I going to try it with flower.

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  • Farmbuck
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    Remember it take a few days before the water evaporate...

  • Dieselgrower
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    will do, it was soft today when I looked at it.

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  • Farmbuck
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    Try to compress while it's still moist Dieselgrower

  • Dieselgrower
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    i may try to compress it some more if it stays soft. i do plan to cure for a 3+ weeks

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