OK so you basically ignore the hourglass, and swirl a little until the reading stabilizes? I'll try that....
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The bottom line here is to forget the acid malt in your case. Its unneeded. Recalculate the results with the acid malt deleted and brew it up. Report back here with your mash pH results. I'm expecting that both programs should be close to right.
Did you see Martin's recent note about the different levels of acid in the two brands of acid malt?
thanks everyone. seems like we've reached a consensus! (kinda rare for the forum, I know.... )
I know you're making a joke but, in fact, one thing that seems to set this forum apart from lots of the other homebrew forums is that fact that consensus is often reached. And the tone here just seems more civil even when consensus isn't reached.
You would modify all the water in this way.