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  • ArtS13 commented on gtharris1's instructable Paper Bag Flooring Instructions7 months ago
    Paper Bag Flooring Instructions

    Great idea! I think this should work on walls as well. Maybe I'll do my den in comic strips. Hmmmmm?

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  • ArtS13 commented on uwe's instructable How to open a coconut7 months ago
    How to open a coconut

    Thanks for this instructible Don't worry about your English. It's far better than most of our high school graduates these days. Our future politicians LOL

    My dad used to drill into the coconut ( to extract the milk ) before opening it. I think he used an axe.LOL Thanks for this indestructible Don't worry about your English. It's far better than most of our high school graduates these days. Our future politicians LOL

    My dad used to drill into the coconut ( to extraact the milk ) before opening it. I think he used an axe.LOL Thanks for this indestructible Don't worry about your English. It's far better than most of our high school graduates these days. Our future politicians LOL

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  • ArtS13 commented on cookthink's instructable How to chop kale7 months ago
    How to chop kale

    The dutch make an entire meal from kale. It's called boerencole. Here's a recipe:http://www.food.com/recipe/boerenkool-stamppot-kal...Our family recipe includes only potato's, kale, and barley. A Gelders Rook wurst is the "only" meat to eat with this dish. (Rook means smoked -- pronounced: roak. Like the sound a frog makes without the "c" LOL ) A great way to separate the kale leaves from the stems is to freeze a whole bunch in plastic bags. When it's frozen solid simply crush the leaves in the bags. They'll break into snowflake sized pieces which are perfect for the stampot. The remaining stems make great compost. By the way, kale tastes way better after it's frozen and becomes more tender as well.

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  • ArtS13 commented on M3G's instructable Wrong Size Wrench? No Problem!8 months ago
    Wrong Size Wrench? No Problem!

    Good "ible" and will work in a pinch but I would not recommend it as a regular protocol.It's always a bad idea to use the wrong tool for any job.I have scars to prove my point. Monkey wrenches ( those adjustable crescent units) are the most dangerous tool.

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  • ArtS13 commented on mr.mountaineer's instructable Spoon Rings8 months ago