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No problem. It's a lot of work to put one of these together. I'm sure stuff slips through the cracks. Looks like awesome chicken. Can't wait to make it. Maybe this weekend...
I'm looking at the instructions on this page (Step 2). I don't watch videos to get a list of ingredients. I look at the ingredient list. Flour is conspicuously missing from the list.
Looks fantastic! I'm dying to try it.Two comments:1> "Pour all the ingredients out on a large baking tray and mix together."I'm pretty sure you mean all except the eggs.2> You don't list flour in the ingredients.
Current depends on voltage & load: I = V/R. So if your voltage is 12V and your load is 1K ohms, then your current is 12 milliamps.So you adjust the current by adjusting either the load or the voltage.
We do a low-tech version of this, which is you stick the food in a ziploc baggie, stick a straw in and seal the bag all but the straw to one side. Then, with the straw in your mouth, suck really hard, start sealing the bag and pulling the straw out as you continue to suck. It's not as complete a vacuum as one of the commercial machines, but it's pretty good and seems to do a really good job protecting against freezer burn.
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