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The French Cannoli` Hash Thread

Discussion in 'Subcool's Old School Organics' started by subcool, Apr 26, 2013.

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    vtecturbo

    vtecturbo Active Member

    Great photos. I agree the fluffiness makes it look so delicious

    Ok so I’m going to give the micro plan a run. I think my problem is I’m looking at videos and threads created back in 2010/11 which was when there was a lot of debate on whether to micro plan. Plus Bubblemans techniques were sort of debunked by a few people... I found this it out after following his method 3 or 4 times. Got guey messy lumps of hash full of moisture. I almost gave up until I came across Frenchies methods. Im now hooked!!!

    Thanks for the advice Mo I’ll upload some new pics of my next attempt

    ...Edit.... Mobile site is gone mad. Replying 100 times lol
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Thanks!

    I know, right. It was glitching out badly yesterday.

    Matt Rize is actually the one from whom I learned how to micro-plane.

    I wear gloves that I keep in the freezer (helps keep my body heat from melting the hash too quickly) and the second the frozen hash chunk starts to get too gooey I put the chunk back in the freezer - repeat. Once I am done planing it, I put the fluff in the refrigerator for a week covered with a paper towel. This cold dries the hash. After that you can store it, or press it, or enjoy it :bigjoint:

    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    Jp.the.pope

    Jp.the.pope Well-Known Member

    Same as what I do @Mohican

    I like the frenchy method for the bags, I like to cure a la Matt Rize.

    If it finishes as full melt, I leave it as fluff, if it's not full melt I press a la Frenchy.

    Makes for a consistent and repeatable process.
     
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    vtecturbo

    vtecturbo Active Member

    So when you take the lumps from the bags, do you place them on the drying screen first, then into the freezer ? Do you dab the lumps or anything ? Great idea using the gloves from the freezer, i will have to get a room colder for my next run the last one was too warm. Temp was probably around mid 20s so that can't of helped.

    I have a batch of Incredible Bulk in the freezer at the minute and a new washing machine, i normally mixed by hand with a wooden spoon so i can't wait to try it out. The poor arm can get sore after the 5th or 6th mix :-)
     
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    vtecturbo

    vtecturbo Active Member

    What do you guys think about using moldy weed for bubble hash ? I just finished drying a crop of Incredible Bulk, unfortunately i had some mold issues and lost about 4 or 5 oz. I have the mold separate from the trim in the freezer. Would using moldy buds for bubble hash work ? Iv read the mold molecules or whatever are smaller than the 25micron bag so they run out with the drain water. I don't want to take a chance smoking moldy hash but there is a shit ton of big buds sitting there, and really frosty. Shame to throw them out. I was thinking of using the 43 and throwing the 25 just to be safe.
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    I have read that you can add H2O2 to the water to wash PM away. I wouldn't risk using any subpar material.

    When I collect my resin I use a separate 3 gallon bucket.
    1. Place the bag in the 3 gallon bucket.
    2. Wash the resin with ice water to the center of the bag mesh.
    3. Pull the sides of the bag down the outside of the bucket creating suction the pulls air through the pile of resin.
    4. Scoop the pile out of the bag with a large serving spoon.
    5. Place the resin on the drying mat (with a thick towel underneath).
    6. Place the second drying mat over the resin.
    7. Place a thick towel on top of the second drying mat and press hard.
    8. Place the dry flat chunk in the freezer for 20 minutes.
    9. Microplane the chunk and dry the fluff in the fridge covered with a paper towel for a week.
    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    I agree with @Mohican
    he wont stear you wrong ever.
     
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