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Old 05-29-2014, 07:15 PM #51
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Forgot about this thread.. does anyone still use a wood spoon these days?

Shrug. I'm still using a plastic one and love it.
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does anyone still use a wood spoon these days?
Think of all them poor trees cut down just so purists can talk shit , recycle plastic it`s cheaper .
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Old 06-02-2014, 06:04 PM #53
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You should not use a SHARP object to stir may it be metal, wood or whatever, it has nothing to do with taste but everything to do with not crushing the trims. You should really try a machine and you will have a vortex of water instead of a solid object doing the work
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indeed the vortex of water is the winner for making bubble hash.
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Many a time I have used a Plasters mixing whisk in a power drill , that's metal , it creates a vortex & people cream when they smoke my bubble
Like I said before it the purists talking shit . You only have to read / watch DVD on Bubblebags with all this crap about adding all the bags to bucket & mixing then straining . What a load of crap , mix it all in another bucket then pour it into bags/bucket , job done & it`s quicker but some twat out there will tell you it the wrong way .
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there are indeed many ways to skin this particular cat, thats true.
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Many a time I have used a Plasters mixing whisk in a power drill , that's metal , it creates a vortex & people cream when they smoke my bubble
Like I said before it the purists talking shit . You only have to read / watch DVD on Bubblebags with all this crap about adding all the bags to bucket & mixing then straining . What a load of crap , mix it all in another bucket then pour it into bags/bucket , job done & it`s quicker but some twat out there will tell you it the wrong way .
You could have done even better if you had used a gentler approach in creating the water vortex.
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I prefer a wooden shoe because thats the way the dutch do it.
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24in plastic brewers spoon

I know this is an old thread but rather then start a new one on the same topic I figured I’d just add my .02 here. Plastic spoon was mentioned, but I think it’s important to be as specific as possible. After trying many diffferent spoon length, size, materials I’ve found the 24inch food grade plastic brewers spoon to be the best match for making bubble hash. The spoon has blunt edges which was already mentioned (preserves the structure of trims or plant material- less chlorophyll in your final product.) It’s longer, and flexible so with two hands it’s easy to create the “water vortex” which is crucial to a clean separation. Use the top hand to steady the spoon, bottom hand to control stirring motion and speed. Most ergonomic tool I’ve found to stir the trims. Cheers
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