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Ugh – See What You Think

Touch the Soil News #363 Take a tank of water, put in some bacteria and then pump methane from natural gas into the water. A dramatic fermentation process ensues in which the bacteria eat the methane, minerals and oxygen. In the process, the bacteria’s bodies become high in protein. The bacteria double in number every two hours. Eventually, the water laden with these protein bodied bacteria is removed leaving behind a sort of biomass of bacteria containing protein. The bacteria biomass is then heated to become homogeneous protein granules containing almost 71 percent protein. Unibio explains it as a form of a free=flowing brown granule. Dried bacterial protein – photo…

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