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The grain is composed by the embryo, by the shell, and inside there's starch granules and amolopectin (jelly stuff)

_The shell is composed by 5 carbons and the stuff inside by 6 carbons

_the embryo is food for the yeast

_Enzime 1 (xynalase or arabinoase) max 175F, breaks down 5 carbons (shells)

_Enzime 2 "liquefying) breaks down the amolopectin. Max 175F. When you put this enzyme you can notice the mash going liquid

_Enzyme 3 saccharyfing will turn starches into sugar

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