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    I can't wait to see what you have in the other 2 bags.
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    Looking good!

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    Preliminary Test Results

    These photos show a batch cut from each way I treated the buckeye.

    1st photo was with cornmeal. The portion of the slab that was in contact with the cornmeal did not turn blue. Part of the interior did.


    2nd photo was with the yoghurt. A lot like with the cornmeal.


    The last batch (6 blocks on top) was a thick chunk untreated.


    I won't know for sure until I cut up the big untreated chunk,
    but it is looking like the buckeye gets better blues if it is left unsliced and left to color up on it's own.
    I will post photos when we cut the big chunk.
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    I like the Buckeye Yogurt Burl!

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    for Yogurt Burl.

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    1st Batch of the stabilized stuff.
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    It doesn't look blue, I like yellow better anyway!
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    Looks great, Mark!

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