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Work in progress. Just put together a third rack for the 2 cords we got recently. We live on a hill. It may look severely canted but my level says otherwise. I have parts for 2 more racks, we'll see how many we need. The guys at Home Depot cut the 2x4s for me.
So how much wood does one of these set-ups hold? I'm laying out for 9 because we're planning to start with 2-4 cords of wood this winter (may get 3 to start and then 1 or 2 later on). It "sounds" like a cord, but the dimensions are off. Wouldn't you need 3 for a cord of 16" wood pieces?
I get it, this instructable was an excuse to show pictures of your cat ;)
this one has more detailed instructions: https://www.instructables.com/id/No-tools-firewood-rack/
Firewood Rack Using No Tools
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carlos66ba - I'd love to hear about your soda siphon set up. I have some siphons that I would love to be able to use with a tank rather than a cartridge.
I have a similar set up that I made over 5 years ago. We have a kegerator and I wanted to carbonate my own seltzer. BF told me that I couldn't use the spare 5lb tank so I hit craigslist and scored a 20lb tank, regulars, and stuff for $70. I started with the stainless steel carbonator top then switched it out for one with a barb and the ability to switch between gas in and gas out. So my system gasses the liquid from the bottom up (minimizes the need to shake) then I switch sankeys and can then dispense without ever opening the bottle.
Awesome. I don't have the skills or tools to do this myself (may ask a woodworker I know to make it for me ;) )
[blowing away dust] Just picked up a used car (2010 Aveo, US) that has lame cup holders. The front ones pop out of the console and there's a "back" one that is about an inch deep. One bump and I see my morning cuppa flying. This has inspired me to do something like this and when I do, I'll post it and refer back to this.8-year usefullness of a project. Not bad!
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I remember seeing bluing when I was little, but I haven't seen it in years. I go to an event every year where everything is white. After a couple years, it starts to look a little dingy. I'll have to try this with some arctic blue.
We went with a much simpler approach. Got a bunch of 5 gallon buckets (a lot of delis or bakers give them away) fill about half to three-quarters of water. Add a couple blades of grass, branch, other detritus. Add a quarter of a mosquito dunk. Replace the dunk every month. Scatter a couple buckets around your yard (20-40 feet apart) and wait. The skeeters lay their eggs and the BT kills the larve.Works so well, our neighbor has started with the buckets and dunks.
In some places its called "sour salt". If you look close on the label of the sour salt, it should say citric acid. You can probably substitute lemon juice or vinegar, but I have no idea of the proportions so you'll have to check some cheese making forums.
From other recipes I've seen, 1/4 tsp = 1/4 tablet and is good for 1 gallon milk.
Attempted this over the weekend. Rousing success! I did some things a little different.I used raw milk (it's legal in PA). Will try with store-bought milk for the next batch and save raw milk batches for special occasions (it's about $8/gallon).Rather than cutting the cheese in the pot, I just kept heating it until 105F and then turned it off and let it rest for about 10-15 minutes. With the intention of heating it in the pot rather than the microwave, I added a little less than 1T salt to the whey and started to heat it. I ended up being impatient and used the microwave to heat the curds to stretch. The bowl I heated it in also had some whey so when I needed to re-heat the curds, the whey was still hot enough to use.When I was done stretching, I dumped the leftover whey back into the p...
Attempted this over the weekend. Rousing success! I did some things a little different.I used raw milk (it's legal in PA). Will try with store-bought milk for the next batch and save raw milk batches for special occasions (it's about $8/gallon).Rather than cutting the cheese in the pot, I just kept heating it until 105F and then turned it off and let it rest for about 10-15 minutes. With the intention of heating it in the pot rather than the microwave, I added a little less than 1T salt to the whey and started to heat it. I ended up being impatient and used the microwave to heat the curds to stretch. The bowl I heated it in also had some whey so when I needed to re-heat the curds, the whey was still hot enough to use.When I was done stretching, I dumped the leftover whey back into the pot and brought it to a boil for the ricotta step.The ricotta I made is to the left, the mozz is right next to it.
Go ahead with this recipe. I made it over the weekend and it turned out great!
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Your instructions were great. After I made my raw milk mozz, I followed your instruction for the ricotta. It was so super easy! I heated the milk to a boil, stirring to keep it under control then let it cool to about 140f. I strained it and ended up with more than I expected. The ricotta is to the left in the pic and the mozz is right next to it.
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