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Im sure someone posted a recepie here somewhere but i cant find it?
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I cannot find it either. Let's talk about it again

I will have a look at Sandor Katz's The Art of Fermentation later. I wonder if the complex carbs they contain can be fermented to alcohol as is or if they need to be broken down before hand.
 
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Hah, when this thread was posted I searched up and down the forums too and had no luck. I only have "Wild Fermentation" and found nothing useful in regards to this topic in it, hopefully Adrien will have better luck in Sandor's other book.
 
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No luck in The Art of Fermentation, Sandor talks about lacto-fermenting them, but no alcoholic fermentation. So we have to find a bio-chemist to tell us if inulin can ferment directly to alcohol.
 
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Thanks guys ,im sure ive seen it ,should have copied it
 
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