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{{mushroom cultivation}}
 
A [[substrate cake]] is a form fitted block of substrate intended to be colonized by mushroom [[mycelium]]. Most commonly, a cake is made of [[brown rice flour]] and [[vermiculite]] as in the famous [[PF Tek]], but a cake can be constructed of any material that [[mycelium]] can [[colonize]] and hold together.
 
A [[substrate cake]] is a form fitted block of substrate intended to be colonized by mushroom [[mycelium]]. Most commonly, a cake is made of [[brown rice flour]] and [[vermiculite]] as in the famous [[PF Tek]], but a cake can be constructed of any material that [[mycelium]] can [[colonize]] and hold together.
   
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Colonized substrate cakes are often [[dunked]] before they are moved to a [[fruiting chamber]] and between each [[flush]] to increase hydration within the cake.
 
Colonized substrate cakes are often [[dunked]] before they are moved to a [[fruiting chamber]] and between each [[flush]] to increase hydration within the cake.
[[category:cultivation]]
 

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