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I cannot see why not, kimchi is basically fermented veggies and often has chilli peppers added to it - I would just do one jar with peppers and see if you like it :)
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Thank you! I hadn't thought about that. I will try using non-chlorinated water next time :)
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I'm not too sure, sorrel has a very distinctive flavour, almost like tangy lemon. Maybe you could try adding spinach instead of sorrel and add a bit of lemon juice? Good Luck!
The person who taught us how to make this called it sauerkraut but it will not be as soft as traditional sauerkraut, somewhat fermented but more crisp, she described it as having a bit of a fizzy quality, maybe like it tastes early on in the making of traditional sauerkraut. I'll add my impressions to this instructable when I get to taste it myself!
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This is great! Thank you for sharing your design. I bookmarked this project, intending to make it a long time a go, and finally just cut it out and have partially glued it together - still deciding on the design i want on the front panels. I really like how the holes in the back of the unit for the fingers from the bottom back edge are slightly enlarged to perfectly accommodate the angle of the front and seat each slot. It was also easy to assemble :)
The hinge is on a separate layer in the CorelDRAW file. If you go to the object manager view, you will find the eyeball icon beside the hinge layer is turned off. Turn it on and you will see both files. You will need to turn off the eyeball icon and print icon for the box when you want to print the hinge and visa versa. I hope that helps.
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It did occur to me at one point, when i was struggling to position the bat at the right angle, that it might be easier to take the bumper off... Next time, heaven forbid! i will try that, thanks!
another good idea to add to my tool box, thanks!
good safety reminder, I had 'real' car repair people have a look at the damage to my car before I decided to repair it my self and had that conversation - no structural damage.
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Nice cutting board! and your salad looks yummy.
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thank you, I am very happy with the results!
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true, thanks for the reminder!
thanks for letting me know :)
thanks for having my back! I'm sure that it was direct pressure from instructables members :) that made him decide to create his own thumbnail. The reference to licheness means that anyone who really wants to find the idea source will find my instructable, although a link would sure have been nice (and appropriate). That having been said, he did make a nice clear video, so in spite of being disappointed in his initial lack of consideration, I am thinking about maybe adding a link to his video from my instructable... give me a few more days :)
This is also my preferred method for hanging bath towels :)
Yes, but only for small light linens like cloth napkins and tea towels that dry quickly and never for thick things like hand towels and wash clothes!
Not sure that there is a hard and fast rule around fading, as it does depend on the fabric, light exposure and the light fastness of the dye. I do know that it's a good idea to dry most naturally dyed fabric out of the sun for that reason. I'm curious about the old wood telescoping props - It would be great if you could post a photo!
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That has happened a few times in the last few days for me too. But today, I was just finishing up an instructable by editing my cover photo in Pixlr, it wouldn't save the edits (went to a blank screen) and when I went back to my instructable, all the text was gone from my steps and photos that had been removed earlier were back - very discouraging...
Thanks for sharing your photo! looks great :)
They would short out pretty quickly if they weren't waterproofed first! Here is a related instructable that uses balloons to make floating lights: http://www.instructables.com/id/LED-Floaties/
Thanks for your thoughts :) I probably won't go into to production! but you just never know where an idea will take you when you start to explore it...
Happy to see this idea shared!
That is a good question! I will let the people at evil mad scientists, answer it for you: http://www.evilmadscientist.com/2009/some-thoughts... Basically, they say it is safe without a resistor, although the battery will not last as long, particularly with red, yellow and orange LEDs. The batteries still last quite a while though, especially if you take them out when you are not using them. If you want to add a resistor, they show you how to add one that is 'a few hundred ohms' in the link above. I used 3v coin cell batteries, which can be expensive if you buy them one off in a pharmacy, but very inexpensive to buy in bulk online.
Thanks! I haven't used the bright flat LEDs but if they don't have long leads, it will change the way it will need to made :). Post back here if you figure something out!
I did not know that! That is a great option.
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