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I was wondering why white glue instead of carpenters' glue?
I'll have to dig out the instructions, as I haven't used it for a year or so because we don't use any bread (except ciabatta, which I'm working on making) but sourdough; we dislike that soft white stuff, and my wife can't eat (for medical reasons) whole grain, whole wheat, rye, or multigrain bread. But I distinctly remember a sourdough recipe that begins with adding starter, which has been my sticking point, so to speak.I'll try to remember to let you know how it comes out when I do it, which won't be for a while. Again, thanks for the instructable!
Excellent! I've been looking for a good starter recipe. And the way you went all the way to the finish with the bread is great too. I'll have to make some; I want to try to use a bread machine for sourdough (yeah, I know--sacrilege). Thanks!
For KenG44, you might want to consider dropping your oven to 245 degrees and cooking it longer. The ribs--and I cook both beef and pork this way--become fall-off-the-bone tender after about 4 hours. You wash them, pat them dry and rub with your favourite dry rub--whether you make it yourself or buy it (Missouri has some great packaged dry rubs); after they're cooked this way, let them rest for a while before you put them on the grill and put BBQ sauce on them. We love our ribs this way!
I think what is meant is to cut the height of the protruding lead to the width of the wire. So if the wire is 1 mm in diameter, let 1 mm protrude before reflowing the solder.
An excellent job; took lots of patience. I wonder if this would be doable in styrofoam or the foam they use in cosplay.
For a healthier meal (ha!), leave off the salt. There's plenty of sodium in the sausage and bacon!
SteveJ113: if you read the steps, he's using the drive shaft as the other pole for powering the lights.
Can you put two different thermochromic elements into the yellow paint?