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I just got a note from Donald and he said it was fine to print his recipe as
a modified version so here it is and it still needs a little clarification
and expansion. Therefore, it can become like a church supper with everyone
stirring the mix. Feel free to add your comments and tweak the
instructions.

Processing Corn as Biomass/ Feedstock Resource
Weigh and record dry weight of grain
Add two pounds of enzyme per dry ton of Grain
Place corn and enzymes in cooker and cover with untreated water
Test and adjust pH (Critical for Processing)
Heat (cook) the grain until it is soft. Cool to approximately 150 degrees
(Between 165 and 135 degrees)
Stir in 1 POUND of Amylase per 1000 pounds of grain and wait one hour for
conversion stirring occasionally
Note: Different enzyme sources have varying potency-Test your product first
Keep consistency fluid (Possible to add water)

Adjusting the pH of Your Solution
Increase a low pH by adding calcium carbonate or bicarbonate of soda
Note: lowest working pH is 4.5
Decrease a high pH by adding sulfuric or citric acid.
Note: highest working pH is 7.0
The ideal pH is between 5.0 and 6.0

55 pounds of each enzyme (110 pounds) $1000
10 pounds of each enzyme (20 pounds) $200
5 pounds of each enzyme (10 pounds) $125
1 pound of each enzyme (2 pounds) $30
Contact: Donald [
donaldf-@hotmail.com]

All prices are in US Dollars and do not include shipping
Anyone who would like a free copy of my processing chart is welcome to send
me a private email. It is a one page chart that can be used to record
distilling parameters. This is useful for reporting, comparisons, and cost
analysis.

Have a wonderful day. It is gorgeous in the hill country of Texas today.
We fortunately had a couple of showers recently and the light norther
blowing is refreshing. We have had to run our air conditioners this month
due to the unusual heat. It is a great day for distilling.

Best wishes,
Peggy

Peggy G Korth
BioFuels Energy Corporation
(830) 885-7409 Voice
(830) 885-7416 Fax
(210) 288-0999 Cell
rp-@gvtc.com Email
www.biofuelsenergycorp.com
















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