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- Under the Table
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Made properly, it uses a bacterium to break down the rice starch. This is available online, but I can't recall what it's called. For some reason I can't remember, amylase doesn't quite cut it.
- Hollow Legs
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I'm sure I seen a Whitelabs or WYeast Saki yeast on a list. This might have it in?
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