What is Gjærnering?

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    Tried a bit of clueless google Norwegian translating... if you add a space before the ring you get 'please call'. Probably not relevant.

    This one is probably closer - https://translate.google.com/transl...aerstarter-problemer.41474/page-2&prev=search. Where it comes across as 0.5 teaspoon fermentation (expired date). So maybe yeast nutrient?

    Hopefully someone with actual Norwegian answers. And they could explain how you put a space in the word and it becomes please call vs yeast nutrient. Or you could post to that forum (https://forum.norbrygg.no).
     
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    I did the same Google hunt & I think it's a joke. You know like "Get me a sky hook down at City Supply."
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    #4 mujin, Mar 27, 2020
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    Oh it's yeast nutrient. What I've seen is to throw it in with 10 minutes left to make sure it gets mixed up and sterilized. No idea if it makes a real different or not.
     

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