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Cant wait to try this with the 100y.o+ river gum (eucalyptus) in my back yard. Has some beatiful elbows in it. Thanx!
My father was a ceramic tiler for 50yrs. He used to clean the edges and glaze of cut tiles with an old sharpening stone.
Great instructable!Ive always tried/wanted2bake bread tho they never workd out.The percentage method simplifys immensly. I even realised straight off u were talking bout percentages of the total! Its a empiric recipe which makes the process so easy. Thanks, A future baker...
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Hold my tongue against the folded edge wen i blow? Im workin on it but i remember having better immediate results from the gum leaf. I havnt given up im just workin on it.... I can hear the potential!
I remember as a child spending all summer learning2whistle though i could neva master whistling with my fingers. Perhaps because once i learnt2whistle without my father was always telling me to shut up as he claimed it was too shrill. We also just used2use gum (eucalyptus) leaves folded in half with a small split then blow...
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