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  • Dynamite hemp jars

    Anyone bought any? thinking of stockig up on a few but not sure how long they last once open..good to have options but dont want to waste if it wont last long. help much appreciated.
    Just one more cast!

  • #2
    mate use what you need and freeze the rest its a good product
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    • #3
      Mate the most expensive isnt always the best.
      As you said get a couple of the dynamite ones and a few of normal cooked backs if your local sells them.
      Sometimes the original is best with no attractants
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      • #4
        alreet!av you tried cooking your own hemp works out cheaper i do 3 kilos at a time then freeze them in 2 pints in freezer bags n then a get a bag out of freezer whenever i need one.

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        • #5
          i have cooked my own but the missus hates the smell and seems to take a while. i do pref that method when i am going to be using groundbait as i use the water i cooked the hemp in as it seems to wprk a treat, buying the jars takes the hassle out cooking and listening to the other half moaning.
          Just one more cast!

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          • #6
            Cook your own mate she'll get over it.
            I have an incidental on my left shoulder, he's always there, he's my friend.
            He says he gives me good advice. does he ?

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            • #7
              just do it in a flask and the smell problem dissapears.
              i'm not lazy, just energy efficient.

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              • #8
                how long should it take?
                Just one more cast!

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                • #9
                  Soak the uncooked hemp orovernight before cooking it. You'll probably then only need to simmer it for about 10 minutes to get 95+% of the seeds to split and less time cooking means less smell!

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