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The French Cannoli` Hash Thread

Discussion in 'Subcool's Old School Organics' started by subcool, Apr 26, 2013.

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    GhostShadow

    GhostShadow Well-Known Member

    heres some smores bubble we've been running.

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    So sticky it collapsed as soon as I rolled it and stuck to the bag to the point I had to put it in a freezer to chill it enough to get it off.
     
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    Dr.Pecker

    Dr.Pecker Well-Known Member

    I got a panda wash machine for about $80 on ebay. I haven't tested it yet but I filled it up with water and ran it through. My first impressions are good, it seemed to be working. We'll see when I fill it up with ice and bud. [​IMG]
     
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    Bowtieguy77

    Bowtieguy77 Active Member

    It works very well. I have the same one.
     
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    nl5xsk1

    nl5xsk1 Well-Known Member

    This what I use and it works great!
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Looks a lot like the BoldtBag machine.

    Here is a link to my modifications:

    Mohican's 2014 Season

    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    Dr.Pecker

    Dr.Pecker Well-Known Member

    Why did you have to modify it.
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Drains better. The belt mod was just something I noticed that needed tuning. The vent holes were another issue.
     
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    GhostShadow

    GhostShadow Well-Known Member

    Thanks in Advance

    Cheers

    PS can you give me an idea of the length of this piece?

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    Last edited: Apr 24, 2017
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    The whole thing is about 4 inches (10 cm).

    It is the same length as the height of the white base under the blue tub:

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    Cheers,
    Mo
     
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    Maryjane grower

    Maryjane grower Member

    What a talented man you are frenchie, thankyou for sharing your knowledge, it's much appreciated, I made my first cannoli today, not sure if I can post a picture as it's m DSC_0259.JPG y first day on here but I will try
     
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    Maryjane grower

    Maryjane grower Member

    image.jpg The first two bits have been activated but the ball hasn't .
     
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    Maryjane grower

    Maryjane grower Member

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    Maryjane grower

    Maryjane grower Member

    Full photo of my cannoli
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    Attached Files:

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    Squidrun

    Squidrun Active Member

    Hey guys, im a new reader of this forum and thought i would say hi.
    Awesome info, thanks to all for input.
    Last season i purchased a washing machine and cheap set of ebay bags. I must say i was pretty impressed with the results. The strain was GSC xtreme, the quality that went in was lacking, the quality out was better than i had hoped for. Ran the 220 catch bag and the 160,45,25. Watched Frenchy's youtube demo multiple times leading up to the day, and tried to replicate.
    Pressed the water from my separate patties and let sit for an hour before cutting by razor. Let it all sit for a week before tasting, and sure enough it had darkened considerably. Smell, taste and effect were all on point. I split the batch and gave half to a mate who told me of this "Frenchy Cannoli" fellow and his washing machine, and i managed to let my half cure for a few months before combining the separations and rolling a little black marble. That was awhile back now, and that little marble is not much longer for this world. Just waiting for the right moment, the right company.
    Thanks again for forum contributions, i read about the first 40 pages, and the last 30 or so. All i can say is that those of you who are able to grow legally are certainly blessed.
    Im off to try sort through the other 180 odd pages!
     
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    Squidrun

    Squidrun Active Member

    Multiple times i have read here "not to skimp on tools". This leads me to a question.
    Has anyone here tried using laboratory/analytical sieves?

    I have quite an extensive background in sizing separation, and have been picking up these babies whenever i find a good deal online. Current sieve stack is as follows: 212, 90, 50 and 32.
    I figure if i can pickup a 180 or 160 and a 25, my collection will probably be complete.
    These are all brand new in box except for the 90 which made some insane dry ice kif. This was of course before i had learnt of ice water extraction.
    Well, im off to curl up wth a good book, and yes...it is as good as you have heard! Retsch test sieves.png GBH.jpg
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    Where did you find the book?
     
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    Maryjane grower

    Maryjane grower Member

    I'm sure I saw the book on amazon, was very expensive though.
     
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    Squidrun

    Squidrun Active Member

    I first bought a copy of the book at a market in Fremantle in the mid 90's. Im pretty sure i paid $80 Aus for it new. It has been my go to ever since. The copy in the picture, i recently purchased online as a kind of investment. it is a first edition(1979) and i located it in england, great condition.
    I would love to read any of the other volumes, must keep an eye out.
    Mo, the contributions you have made to this thread are awesome. I may be re-hashing over old ground here when i ask if you have favoured strains/breeders?
     
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    Squidrun

    Squidrun Active Member

    I picked this copy off of ebay, it was an impulse buy.. searchrd for it and there was this copy listed with about 40 seconds left. I love auctions!
     
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    Mohican

    Mohican Well-Known Member

    How many pages long is the book?
     

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