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pulled pork recipe
I make pulled pork a lot and have my recipe down, but I may just try this after reading the comments. One thing I would add is that the easiest way to pull your pork is yank the bone out and toss it in your stand mixer with the normal paddle attachment on it. Turn it on low and 20-30 seconds later you will have your entire Boston Butt pulled to perfection without any effort.
Dude... this is one of those, why didn't I think of that moments. I've always just put a 2x4 (or similar) along the line I want to cut, but that has some drawbacks. I really like the zero clearance aspect of this. Plus it'll save me at least $400 on a track saw.Thanks!
There is no need to do any of this for cider. All you need is fruit, a press, yeast, and a carboy or bucket to make cider... you could also you juice concentrate if you wanted to go the easy way. You can reference this for more info.http://byo.com/malt/item/1091-make-your-own-cider
This is great. I have an electric brewery in my house, but it's not at all automated... I am going to have to explore this idea further. I never thought to use a phone as the controller.
There is no need to do any of this for cider. All you need is fruit, a press, yeast, and a carboy or bucket to make cider... you could also use juice concentrate if you wanted to go the easy way. You can reference this for more info.http://byo.com/malt/item/1091-make-your-own-cider
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