Pressure cooker curing


#1

We have a pressure cooker, I think it was my nans, so won’t be missed by the wife, that’s never used it. .

Ive never used one, but I’d guess it was air tight. If so wouldnt an old PCr work well for curing larger amounts than a few half full mason jars. Which are expensive over here for one that actually seal.

I was thinking of drying it down to 55/65% then chucking in with a 62RH pack, and burpimg from there.

Being sealed and light proof, I’d of thought this would make a decent getto CVault curing thingymagig.

It was just a thought.


#2

Don’t see why it wouldn’t work. You probably won’t want to dry down as low as 55% though before curing. You can dry in 55% environment, just watch for the smaller stems to start snapping.


#3

Sounds like it should work, let me no if it does.


#4

@TheDuke Just seal the vent pressure hole :wink::slight_smile: It should do the job :+1:

Just watch your curing to not develop bud rot… That’s the main reason for smaller container, question to not put your “eggs in the same basket” :wink::slight_smile:


#5

I have no huge harvests on the horizon, more of an idea for if thst day ever comes.

Cheers guys.


#6

I’m with the boys and sontvsee why it wouldn’t work
You could cure in plastic buckets if you wanted to so so why not try it I will suggest mixing the bud to get buds on bottom to top but other than that I think it’s a good idea ? Let us know how you make out :+1: :v:️CB