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to really polish them up to a shine, get some micromesh sanding pads. they go up to 12000 grit, or about 2 microns. glossy smooth.
you can plant it in the fall too. it'll get a head start on it's root system, and sprout very early in the spring. it's tough stuff. cold doesnt bother it at all.
cut the scapes (flower stalks) off when they start to form. you'll get no seeds or bulblets, and it won't spread. or are you thinking of garlic mustard?
does it hold up in the rain?
Thanks Rob. Yours is great too. Very straightfoward and easy to follow.I probably went a little overboard with the details.
definitely trying this next time I use my Moka pot.
that slice of wood that shows the graft junction is really cool.
Thanks! it's not that hard. Give it a try. I do recommend practicing first on pruned branches or shrubs, just to get the hang of things before trying it on a tree you care about.
They sell basket liners made of coconut husk at most garden centers or hardware stores.
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Have you tried using the liquid from a can of beans? sounds crazy but it works like egg whites in most recipes. they call it "aquafaba" (because that sounds better than "bean goo")Might add the protein you need to get the bread to rise. you might want to whip it into a merengue and fold it into the dough.
Oh boy, I'm a finalist!all the other finalists look so good! I kind of want to bake them all just to try them all.I guess I've got my next 27 baking sessions planned out.
maple syrup does have more water than honey, so if you decide to convert a recipe, you'll need to keep that in mind. it takes a bit more maple syrup than honey, and you have to slightly reduce some other liquid component (by a few tablespoons, to compensate
I bet it would.
so a crouton would be a few milliiloaves, and a slice of bread would be several centiloaves?
I hadn't heard of it either! I was just making a pun about soda.
Literally soda bread.or pop bread in some parts of the country.
I bet it would work in a pressure cooker. Probably a lot faster. I've also heard of people using a pre-heated crock pot. That would be perfect, as long as the loaf mold could fit with the lid on. A wider, shallower mold like a souffle crock would be just right.The corn and rye flavors are much richer compared to pre-canned. The difference is night and day.
I shall attempt it, post-haste, good sir!
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Glad you liked it.
that would make incredible french toast.
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I knew someone years ago who made potato cinnamon rolls and they were incredible. Forgot about it until I saw this. never got the recipe. definitely a recipe I'll try now that I have a recipe.
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you should win the prize for the story, if you don't get one for the instrument (which you should)
That knife looks very similar to a Finnish puukko knife.I'm always amazed at how Scandanavian and Japanese blade and sheath construction are so surprisingly similar in construction and overall look; The minimalist look, the clean sweeping lines, the streamlined sheath. A scandanavian knife also often has a wooden liner, called a lesta, which is usually covered with leather, but many have a fully wooden sheath that looks almost exactly like these.
when I first saw this, I didn't read the title and I thought "wow! what a nice looking tape dispenser!"
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