Tun Substitute

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  1. Radcp

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    Sous Vide could work but I think your best bet might be BIAB - you still have to separate the liquid from the grains somehow!. Lots of people in here more expert on that than me around here....
     
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    I was planning on BIABasket- do I not need to mash for the same amount of time as traditional? The sous vide was to hold the temperature at whatever setting I chosose
     
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    Times stay the same. And yes, I use my sous vide cooker for the same reason. Just be sure to use a thinner than normal mash.
     

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