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Well, in my area, the only gas available contains ethanol.I have used it in all my gas-powered lawn equip without problem for many years.It has the added advantage of the ethanol minimizing gas-line freeze and water pooling at bottom of tank.
Great info.I have used gas w/ethanol since it first came out in my mowers.I have never had a problem with them, even after leaving in over winter.My first start-up in spring takes a few pulls and starting fluid, but, after that, no problems all summer.
What do you do about all the food commercially-prepared in aluminum. Having worked in the industry, I can tell you that most cooking utensils, pots and piping is made of aluminum, not to mention, much packaging.
Very good. I just wish to add, for those who have no way of grinding their own meat, most stores sell ground pork and beef and chicken/turkey. Of course, you won't be ble to make links, but you can make patties or shape links by hand....
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Super idea... You can test the water depth by inserting a straw to the bottom, put your finger on the top, and withdraw straw to view water depth. Or, insert a wood skewer like a dipstick.
Cut off a 2"-3" piece, cut into C shape and clip on upper part of door to protect tiny hands from closing door on thier fingers...
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