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I really like. I have lots of can tabs and I have made earrings, bracelets and necklaces with them, but I never thought to combine macrame and can tabs. I will definitely try this! Thanks for the idea.
Your instructions are very clear! I will definitely be trying this soon, probably today. Thanks.
Tried your bread. The flavor was wonderful. I made it in my bread machine, but it spilled over the top of the pan. Your recipe didn't state the size of the loaf and I guessed by the size of the dough ball that it was about a 1-1/2 lb. loaf. I guess I was wrong, it was more like a 2 lb. loaf. Maybe my pan was smaller than yours. I also had to add about 1/2 cup flour to the recipe to make the dough not so sticky. I will definitely try this again, though, because the flavor and texture is great. Thanks!
Nice idea, think I'll try it!
I love this! I'll definitely be making one of these.
I too love cold brewed coffee. I drink it hot or cold. I've been using the Filtron system for about 24 years now. It is very easy to use and fairly unmessy. For those interested in this system go to filtron.com. For a fairly small investment (around $39.95) you can make cold brewed coffee for many, many years. This coffee is great for trips, it travels well. I used to put the coffee syrup into an empty water bottle and take it on camping trips. Can use it for up to 10 days this way. If kept in refrigerator, I have brewed enough for about 3-4 weeks at a time. Now, I am unable to handle the acidity of regular coffee and this milder version works well for me. Thank you for the info on why hot brewed coffee does not taste good when iced. I did not know about the type of acid it produces.
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