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Post by Streamer » 1 month ago

It's been a while since I had time to think about my next batch, but things are settling down and I'm tweaking my current recipe.
In reviewing the attached recipe I see that in section A and B under SRM the sum comes up with a "Value!" notice. Typically on Excel spreadsheets I see this when I've messed up a formula. If I play around with numbers I don't seem to be able to get it to go away. What am I doing wrong?

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Post by Scott » 1 month ago

Hi Steamer, I'll try to take a closer look tomorrow.

One thing I saw is the OG - how displayed - looks different. So discrepancy may be in that field somehow...

Also, if not changing the OG you don't have to put anything in the "what I will use" field.

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Post by Mad_Scientist » 1 month ago

zero doesn't work, so anything higher than zero, such as .1, for example.


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Post by Streamer » 1 month ago

Thanks for looking. You were right MS, I plugged in .01 for the Maltodextrin and viola!
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