I have read that many uses cereal 27 to create a toasted bread with what you think about this? Anyone who have experience?
It does work @min0, but it is not an overt toasted bread, more of the undertones of it.
I know they use it in the JAM MONSTA liquids for the toast part apparently
Nice what cotton you guys use eith steam craves rdtas? And rtas?
After trying a lot of cotton, I still go back to plain old Muji pads, however I am waiting for some of the SC cotton to arrive to see if it has any advantages.
Despite the fact that I can no longer get the BIG BAGs, I only use KGD.
it was ages that I didn’t see the koh gen do, I tried the angorabbit but not happy about it, but I’m a mainly a mesh wick fanatic… (yes, one of those…) and don’t know much about cotton, I remember in the padt people talkin about the KGD, I’ll have to try that one SD!
I have used Muji for a few years now, and bought a couple of 200 pad bags last year, so have plenty to keep me going.
Even though I have tried Cotton Bacon, Vapefly, Dr Coil, Ekotton and probably a few others that I can’t remember, to me the Muji just does what I want.
I haven’t seen KGD recently either.
I sub @SessionDrummer on that one, I know and use Cereal27 a lot, no chance you’re going to have bread or toast out of it without layering it with something else, like a dough or an oven like additive a pie crust or FA bread crust or whatever, it’s good for cereals like my seria killa or whatever recipes close to crispy treats…
@Iv3shf, what you’re vaping CAN dictate what cotton you use, and/or how easy it is to use other types. For my recent Steam Crave Advanced Mesh Deck review, I DID indeed use the included “shoelace” cotton, and it actually worked out very good. Nice, thick, fluffy, and just the right diameter to work. I can’t comment on trying KGD cotton sheets in that setup.
I think my hands down BEST experience with any toasted bread, would still have to be Solub Arome’s Breakfast.
Cereal 27 is super versatile, it comes off as toast in the jam monster recipe, it obviously does cereal well, it can help with pastry/pie crust type layers, and recently I’ve been trying to get it to do popcorn but that’s all I’m gonna share about that lol at least until it’s a somewhat successful experiment.
Thanks for the answers my bros but in rtas and rdtas the best cotton to use is japanese thats what i think what you think?
There are many brands of Japanese cotton, so your mileage will vary.
Here’s another opinion…why you using socks for your wicks? That’s the only cotton in my house lol rayon FTW for me, I bought a box for 15 bucks and I will never run out, my wicks last longer than cotton, and rayon actually wicks instead of absorbing like cotton so it works better in rta’s, the only downside I have ever found with rayon is for dripping, because it doesn’t absorb you are limited to what is in your juice well and some drippers barely have a juice well but squonking takes care of that issue.
How would you put up a toasted bread recipe? I have now tried to mix 3.5% golden butter and 0.5% acetyl pyrazine joy 0.15% cereal 27 5% sweet strawberry 4% strawberry ripe 4% 0.50% super sweet
@min0, are you doing a toasted bread, or a Jam Monster clone ? Unless you are JM cloning, I wouldn’t go that high with the butter.
What other wick materials have you tried?
I have used Japanese organic in the past but was a little turned off by the break-in required. That initial taste to me is kinda nasty. I do like Cotton Bacon Prime though and switch off with Rayon. Excellent results with the Rayon but when cutting and fluffing it out it ‘sheds’ Rayon fibers like a Labrador sheds fur. Need to be careful otherwise there’s a chance of the fibers mixing in with the juice.
And in keeping with the topic, I have Cereal 27 but have not used it yet.
Sadly, one of those rare things you can’t get on aliexpress it seems…
Try here Rayon/Amazon