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From your description,you have made a block of paper with a heavy leather belt glued around it.
Beer Caramel PopCorn
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I have standard cashews from Costco. Is it going to matter for this recipe? I have no particular urge to eat all my food raw, just the stuff one usually eats raw, like celery, lettuce, bell peppers, and fruit. I even microwave carrots for 1-2 minutes, which enhances the flavor.
I have a drill just lying around, but any motor I have is busy making something else run! I can't relate to anything that calls for me having a loose motor just hanging around. I had a hard time following this instructable, but I please tell me if I am right that this is what I need to do:1) make a plastic can cover fit onto the top of a soda can so tightly that it can twirl the can around if it twirls2) Attach something to the plastic cancover that will make it twirl around3) put the cap on the can, put the can in a container of ice and water and salt4) make the thing attached to the top twirl around for 2 minutes5) stop the twirling, pull the cap off the can, and drink the cold soda.Do I have it right?THANKS.
Ink Removal From Soda Cans
My point was that I NEVER, EVER knew an American who didn't use the word "post" when speaking of the "office". The important question here is what you mean by "winning"? Did I miss the notice that we now have an organization that decides which word is "correct"? Truck or lorry? Pharmacy or chemist? Football or soccer? Lift or elevator? And who decided that neither chips nor french fries describes those potatoes?Incidentally, the instructable is awesome.
What do you mean by "wins"? I am American and have no idea what "mail office" might mean. And who wins for the "deep-fried potato strips" and what do they call them??
Easy No Bake Bloody Chocolate Spider Web Tart
Many people recommend filling the bottom of deep raised beds with.empty bottles (check plastic type for leaching). If you don't use legs you could also use rocks on the bottom. (Not concrete; it leaches "bad" chemicals.)
I spent 3 months in Mexico when I was young and never even saw a churro (was in a college program. We boarded with local families and they weren't into "street" food). All I know about churros is the ones at Costco! They are straight, maybe an inch thick, and so long they fold them in half to put them in a bag. You only get one for $1, and their whole food stand smells like cinnamon and sugar. Can't even tell they sell pizza, hot sausage, great hot dogs, etc. Just churros.
Jest surely you.
graham crackers = digestive biscuits in England. Not quite identical but good enough...google "graham crackers digestive"
Dangerous...getting it in your eyes can blind you. There is a 100% vinegar which is scary...you need full HazMat protection to use it...it can eat through vinyl.tile and start on the concrete below. My conclusion -- this instructable cannot be calling for vinegar... has anybody made it and found it to be correct? Many cleaning blogs call for using vinegar and baking soda to clean, and none of them ever mention a new substance resulting from mixing them, with or without water.
The comment (70%) is usually used with isopropyl alcohol, not vinegar. Vinegar is usually 3% or 6%. You can get it at 20% or 30% but it is danger
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