Or, you can do an eatualive tek. Dunk your newly birthed cakes for a few hours and put the cakes in a baggie, crumble them up and then dump them in a pie tin and tamp them down, not mixing them with anything else. Cover with a coir/verm casing layer (whenever I do use this casing mix I add a half teaspoon of hydrated lime in a gallon of water to hydrate the casing layer, which sets up a myc friendly and contam resistant casing) lightly sprinkle the casing over the surface and cover with saran wrap with a couple holes poked in the saran with a tooth pick. Everything will re-knit in a couple days and when you see the myc break through the casing @ 25%, remove the plastic wrap and put them in your fruiting chamber. You are basically just crumbling to reshape the cake. I believe he used 2-3 1/2 pint cakes per pie tin. The flushes were better because there was more surface area to fruit on.
Edited by onediadem, 07 July 2019 - 01:34 AM.