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Sidi Hidi

DIY Malawi Cob

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On 30/03/2017 at 6:42 PM, VikingDee said:

@Sidi Hidi you got me thinking about this again when I saw you'd up loaded this pic. I wondered if you could wrap it tightly in brown paper instead of the corn husk? 

It's not easy to find a husk, is it?lol

Maybe wrap it tightly in several layers of paper.

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I used to cure weed like this.  I used newspaper and string and punctured the newspaper all over with a carpet tack once it was bundled up and tied tight.

 

Worked pretty well in terms of texture and smokability too.  I couldnt say about potency as it was too long ago.

 

e2: the market should sells corn on the cob with the husk on once it comes into season, usually pretty small though.

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You don't have to just use a corn husk. Any big leaf should work too.

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@Sidi Hidi

 

hey mate ive just stumbled across this curing method myself and it reminded me of some insanely strong but strange looking weed from Botswana I once had the pleasure of smoking.  Soaring sativa goodness.  Are you still curing your bud like this at all?  Have you noticed any difference in the smoke?

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