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on a 10 day vaccation this diwali..just what i was looking ..great thanks
How would you get the needle to pierce a hole from the inside if you use a rigid plastic bottle?
Cheap, Easy, Leak-Safe Way to Water Plants While On Vacation
I'm trying to figure out how to make haluski...gluten free... this seems like it will work.. although it seems "odd" to me as the gluten dough is runny like a thick waffle dough.. however, I'm excited to try....thanks
Make Yogurt With No Special Equipment
odd and very coincidentally, I was thinking the same thing about using a probiotic capsule! You blessed me with confirmation! Thank you very much, you genius :) !!!
Flour- (and gluten) free gnocchi! (Italian potato dumplings)
Well, I mainly eat it because it's yummy, but you're right! The lower temperature bacteria is probably much better as a probiotic.
Yes, I have watered it this way! (Although not while it's in bloom.)
Thank you also! :)
I really like that idea! You have a photo of an orchid - did you try watering it this way? Thx
This is great!!!! Thank you!!!
I have an even easier way to make a probiotic "yogurt" that involves no heating at all-- just room temperature. I simply pour cold milk from the refrigerator right into a small glass and then empty the contents of a probiotic capsule into it. I cover the glass with a cloth to keep bugs out and then put it in a location where it won't be bumped or disturbed for at least two days. I usually end up with milk that has separated into curds and whey. I stir it up and then use it up quickly and start over with a new batch. I prefer to use probiotic capsule bacteria rather than the thermophilic yogurt strains because the probiotic ones will thrive at lower temperatures, like the temperature of our bodies. None of us would survive a fever of 110 degrees. Why waste time and effort growing that won't thrive inside our bodies?
Roughly how long will a zip-lock bag similar to the one you put in the photo last?
Very cool! I'd love to see a photo of it when you're finished. :)
Brilliant in its simplicity... I'm definitely building this project, but think I will use aluminum framing. Thank you for sharing these plans.
Great idea! I wonder if this could work with a pierced plastic bottle. I will try that out as well.
do you hang the bag so that Gravity is involved in addition to wicking?
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