New brewer here. I have finished racking my second batch of beer and one of the questions/problems I have is that after a good cold break I often find it difficult removing a lot of the trub and clumpy material. The hops stays out and at the bottom and is never a problem. I am going to rack to a secondary fermenter but my question is will this mess up my batches by letting this pass to the primary ( I try to keepas much out when transferring but a lot still gets in), should I try to get creative to remove it (suggestions welcome) or is it acceptible to have a decent amount in the primary and just rely on the secondary to eliminate as much as possible? Will this affect taste or anything else?
Thanks for the help!