Posted by Flash (188.8.131.52) on November 01, 2000 at 03:59:31:
In Reply to: Worth Spit posted by Miguel on October 31, 2000 at 20:02:08:
I'm, sorry that spitting in a glass of water doesn't involve bunsen burners, titrators, mass spectrometers, fractional distillation, and complex reactions around some sort of catalyst. Really I am. However just in the same way that if your piss comes out purple you have pothyria - if your spit turns into a jelly fish you have candida. Please feel free to provide alternative explanations for this. First though you may wish to note my ealier post where I used my spit to commence fermentation of pasturised fruit juice with an SG of 1045 in a sterile container and under a sterile airlock.
Guess what? My spit isn't meant to ferment fruit juice.
Like I said most people do not have a lab built into their home. Few of us can drive down to the local lab with a spit sample and ask them to confirm that there is yeast in it. In fact we don't have to, because if you did your homework you'd know that the first thing the lab would do it drop it in a beaker of water.
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