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    Default Cherry Sift

    I have mentioned before the unusual quality of Space Queen kief, it is actually some of the purest resin I have worked with. It has uber large heads that make it easy to capture and it has a special tackiness that allows it to stick to itself. Most kief has to be pressed under extreme pressure to make hash but with our special lady all ya have to do is touch a dry bud and then rub your fingers together.



    Ok Plain old Reefer shake
    Notice the trichomes.

    I first noticed this when I was trimming the plant and shards of resin piled up on my scissors forcing me to clean them every few minutes and collecting a huge pile of scissor goo that we always enjoy smoking the next day after it dries.

    The second time I noticed this was shucking the seeds from Space Queen, the resin piled up on my hands much more so than any other strain I work with.

    So we work the shake through Bubblemans 3 screen kief box and form it up.
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    I keep kneading it and working into a ball then a stick then a longer stick and back into a ball. I do this over and over exposing the inside to air and the oils start coating the surface. Once its plyable and nicely worked I simply let it dry into a rock hard hash ball.
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    After a few days drying the ball shaves nicely with a razor and flakes off into the most amazing Cherry smoke.

    Maybe the best smelling Hash I ever seen before and some of it is the fact I took the plant somewhat early.

    Hope you guys enjoy this I don't make alot of dry stuff but this was something special to me.

    Sub
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    awesome as usual subcool, you are a true benefit to this community> between the quality of your genetics and the quality of your pictures and the quality of your posts. i just want to thank you for being a part of this community>

    Bless jah

    Bubble man

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    wonderful contributions sub....gotta question though...why bother with pressing your dry sift?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FullMeltBubble View Post
    wonderful contributions sub....gotta question though...why bother with pressing your dry sift?

    I like to play with Hash thats the only reason and I feel it keeps it fresher/

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    Beautiful pics subcool! I just love hand rub hash from handling buds! So space queen has a cherry flavored hash? Gonna have to try it someday. Sounds yummy!
    Lifes got me mad, but
    If i Had a Midget Id Be Glad

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    I like to play with Hash thats the only reason

    yeah, I know what you mean..it does feel good to hand press good quality kif..and then play with it ......alot of people make snakes and ball shapes.....but call me weird, I used to like to form hash into cubes and pyrimid shapes lol

    though lately I usually keep it unpressed and loose sealed in glass..that's when I have that is

    Happy Dry Sifting!
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