i went to a mash in a bag for small batches. i boil in a small 4 gallon electric kettle. through the mash bag in a cooler then drain back to the kettle when ready.
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did the 'toast' cook all the way through? I often have a problem getting thick cut french toast to cook through on the griddle/pan and have to pop them in an oven to finish. I would worry with the extra thickness it would be even worse. nothing like raw gooyey egg to ruin a good thing.Ruin?
A little background on me. I've been brewing going on 3 years with an all grain set up for the majority of that. I think I only did 2 batches with extract. I brew in my garage and eventually I'll be in a barn type set up. I use propane now and have access to use Nat Gas as well. But I'm leaning more towards electric for my new set up. I'm planning on a HERMS system with it. I have seen a few retailers that sell some systems but majority is gas. For cost of running I think electric will be the way to go. Especially going with a 10-15 gallon system.
Thank you all for your feedback!