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If you are cutting your bread and "squashing" it - you are using a dull knife or the wrong knife to begin with. Use the right tool for the job at hand. A bread knife can be had for as little as $10 and up. Perhaps you already have a serrated knife in your knife drawer. or holder. A straight edge or a dull knife will cause you to apply pressure when cutting your bread and therefore "Squishing" the loaf when trying to cut it.
I made two loafs. I also added a farm fresh egg and reduced the water a bit. I like the rich taste the egg adds.
I made two loafs. I did how ever add an farm fresh egg and reduced the water a bit. I like the rich flavor the egg gives to the bread.
I kept my pickles whole
Canning and Preserving Class
no, this will not work as you want
the charge controller can only handle 100 watts. If you are already using the 3 panels that come with the system, you have 45 watts, so all you could add is 55 more watts
I have the predecessor to the one in your picture and it does have a blocking diode on the solar panel connection. It also has a 10 amp blade fuse located on the back side between the solar panel and battery terminals.
I take it you are growing Dwarf fruit trees ?
Really, Apple trees don't like the sun??? I guess that you never been to the orchards in either Hood River or in Yakima. Both areas receive many many days of sunshine. Yakima gets over 300 days of it a year. Both Hood River and Yakima are known for their apples.The Kiyokawa orchard in Hood River, has been growing Apples and Pears since 1911 - "We're proud to be a part of the famous Hood River Valley, where the nation's finest apples and pears are grown."and of coruse Yakima Apples http://www.yakimafresh.com/apples
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