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Old 07-13-2019, 03:14 PM #1731
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Cob cured Colombian

I'm still working on fermenting flowers with the cob cure that I learned here on ICMag. I'm trying to recreate the Colombian flavors from the past.




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Old 07-13-2019, 03:34 PM #1732
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Beautiful.

That would do it because I'm sure the bricks would ferment in transit.
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Old 07-13-2019, 03:41 PM #1733
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Nice! Since you are curing for taste, how did you do it? Temp and time? My results have lacked the flavor, came out more cigar like.
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Yes i want to know also. They have awesome color.

My fails were because i dried too much before I wrapped. It was ok but... nothing special.

This year I'll wrap after 3 or 4 day drying.
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Old 07-13-2019, 04:21 PM #1735
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Hi Red,

Looking forward to hearing more about your fermentation. How long are you going to ferment? As you probably read, eating it after fermentation can be quite an experience.
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Old 07-13-2019, 06:38 PM #1736
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Fermenting

Thanks everyone, just took a fresh cut red snake plant and wet trimmed it. Then let it hang for a few days and cut the flowers off and packed them into the corn husks. Rolled them like cigars and tied them up.



Put them in vac bags and sealed for a couple weeks and this is what I got.



I smoke them, haven't tried eating them (yet). But the smoke is good, I'm trying to get that taste of 70s export. Tastes good but not exactly like I remember so I'm still working on it. It's amazing to me that with all the tons of weed got exported from here I can't find anyone that knows how to cure it old school.
I do really like the cob cure and hope to get better at doing it with other varieties.

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You'll never get what it's about by lecturing others.

If it was possible to get the lessons via words, we wouldn't need the plants to teach us.
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Guys,

If you want to know more about this method of cure, Tangwena I think is the name of the op. He explains in detail. He has been doing this for a couple of years.

Here is the link: https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread....ht=malawi+cobs
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Yes I think the ceremony I experienced must be done to really understand the effect. I am building a relationship with the Cofan people now and this ceremony was part of understanding them.However much they like the yage and believe in it's healing powers, I don't need it and they are cool with that.









But I think the yage is something to be explored by others that feel they need it or want to know. Part of me feels that drinking the yage is like looking at death or even dying for a fleeting moment. I personally don't want to get close to something that scary at the moment. Maybe it was the setting, jungle, rain and new strange Indian friends that gives me a negative twist but I would rather sleep at night in putumayo.

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Yes I think the ceremony I experienced must be done to really understand the effect. I am building a relationship with the Cofan people now and this ceremony was part of understanding them.However much they like the yage and believe in it's healing powers, I don't need it and they are cool with that.

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But I think the yage is something to be explored by others that feel they need it or want to know. Part of me feels that drinking the yage is like looking at death or even dying for a fleeting moment. I personally don't want to get close to something that scary at the moment. Maybe it was the setting, jungle, rain and new strange Indian friends that gives me a negative twist but I would rather sleep at night in putumayo.

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