Ssaw sugar cane for sale in the grocery store on the weekend how does one ues it recipes for example thanks
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Basically, i just think about making my own kinda glitter stick - sumthin like this, but bigger: http://www.geburtstagsfee.de/glitzerzauberstab-mit-fliessendem-glitzer-ca-30cm-p-9878-15.html - i guess, it wont be too diffy to find a glitter-vendor, but what kind of oil do i have to use? Any suggestions
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Why was my "Retractable Helping Hands (My Mini Soldering Helper!)" rejected form the "Three Ingredient" contest? The whole project uses only 3 ingredients: 1. An Old IKEA Lamp 2. Mini C-Clamp 3. Epoxy Putty
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Ive got an idea for the search bar. im 13 years old and im new to the site, ive made a few things out of it so far, but im still a beginner. i usually come across old stuff like beat boxes, ps2s, and a bunch of other stuff that id like to make into something, but i can never think of all the possibilities of things to do with it. so i though what if we added an option to search for a key ingredient in an instructable? thoughts? comments?
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Do you count on seeing a picture of the ingredients or do you rely on the actual "List of ingredients" in a recipe? I frequently make recipes up as I go along, taking fastidious notes of what was added along the way and taking a lot of pictures. Because of this proclivity, I've found taking a picture of the ingredients (before the recipe is completed) is a total waste of time. That wouldn't be so bad, except that I often run out of an ingredient used in the recipe and have nothing to take a picture of. For example: I'm making an peach pie and the voice in my recipe box shouts "Baja! Remember the fresh strawberries you have in the frig? I bet they would taste great with those peaches!" So, of course I listen to my exuberant recipe-box-voice and add the strawberries... but now I'm out of fresh strawberries... and the closest grocery store where I might be able to find them is 2 hours away. UGH. All opinions appreciated... unless you want to criticize my loquacious recipe box. It happens to be very close friends with my tool box, who is fiercely protective and carries a blunt, heavy weapon object at all times. It could get ugly, so please don't say I didn't warn you. ;-)
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Hi all, Just wondering if anyone knows of any minerals, or products that will produce a visible fluoro colour in daylight, or phosphorescent in the dark. I want to be able to either use these as glaze or as stain for clay slip.
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I want to make a salad with champagne vinegar. I'm thinking citrus or basil-heavy flavors. Does champagne vinegar go well with these flavors? I'm curious to know before I buy the $$ bottle at Whole Foods. Thanks, everyone :)
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What are your favorite cold and hot noodle dishes? What ingredients are must-haves when you make pasta? I'm mildly obsessed with hot pasta dishes, and cold pasta salad. I'm hoping to try some new ideas. If I draft a recipe from your idea, I'll be sure to cite you as an inspiration source when I post. Some of my current faves: -feta, basil, roasted peppers -chicken, feta, cilantro, white beans, basil -goat cheese and cilantro pesto
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I want to manufacture pvc solvent cement.can anybody guide me?
Pls... i want to conduct research about cassava starch!!11what is it in the potato ..that can be use as the main ingredient in making potato plastic??/how about the cassava starch???pls..ans this!!!?
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Bengal Spice tea made by Celestial Seasonings tastes sweet when brewed without a sweetener. It's so sweet you could convince a taster that a fair amount of sweetener was already added to their cup. The listed ingredients are: cinnamon, roasted chicory, roasted carob, natural spice and vanilla flavors with other natural flavors, ginger, cardamom, black pepper, cloves and nutmeg. The box lists 0 calories and 0 grams of carbohydrate indicating no sugar. Further, since the second infusion also tastes sweet, I doubt they "neglected" to list an ingredient such as sugar or stevia, which would tend to fully dissolve in the first infusion. What ingredient is making the tea taste sweet? Why isn't that ingredient used to sweeten other drinks?
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Dear Instructables, I have an idea for a improvement of the food section. While I was browsing the food section for some delicious inspiration I thought of the idea of adding a ingredient selector. This function would make it really easy to search for new ideas whilst using some of the ingredients you all ready have at home. One should be able to make a selection of different ingredients and only the recipes containing at least these ingridients should come up. I think that such a function would work friendlier than the search option. Regards, Bjvdb
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Where can I post a cheap, excellent working hand scrub recipt that works exceptionally well? Made from household ingredients,Cleans hands no matter how soiled from dirt to grease. email@example.com
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And what is used when making car body fillers?
I'm making a mixture thats basically sugar and corn syrup, what can I add to the mixture to stop it from being so sweet that it tastes bad? I'm looking for something like a flavor or juice of some kind, and was wondering if lemon juice or something common like that would cancel it out well. As in it works with small amounts compared to large amounts of sugar. And it also has to not affect gelatin. Thanks.
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In real life and ingredients and steps
How do you mix oranges and tomatoes (if at all)? Any favorite ingredient combinations with these two? I'm working on cold salads, and these two seem to clash a lot when mixed with other ingredients. Thanks, everyone :)
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I need some Caustic Soda for my next Instructable, and I've found a drain-cleaning product with Sodium Hydroxide listed as the main ingredient. (Potassium Nitrate as the second, yay!) Is there any way to measure the purity of any of the ingredients? Does anybody know of a better source of lye? (As it's kind of a pain to sift out the pellets of saltpeter from the mix.)
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This project is currently in the research stage. Having been reading the books 'Zero to Maker' by David Lang (OpenROV) and 'The Toaster Project' by Thomas Thwaites I have realised what I need is a project with a goal to take me out of the Arduino blinky light and solder kit zone, in to real making/hacking. Lang suggests an 'Unknown Project' which as I understand it is one that has been unexplored or under-explored, and he also suggests that using a popular forum to log, share and discus ideas would help the process along. So my idea, is an open hardware food creating machine, that will produce a large array of food, from a limited array of ingredients (approx 50) that can be made easily, and a ingredient markup language. 3d food printers in current development are either impractical or unappealing to me. They range from candy makers, ones that still need to be hand finished and cooked or the one publicised for receiving NASA funding recently used dead bugs. They seem all to focus on the gimmick, and not the food, and I like food. The other approach is the barbots, which seem to mostly perform flawlessly, but are unable to produce food. So my approach is to work through the process logically and break it down to sub projects. Design meals by hand using the limited ingredients for proof of concept, choose the ingredients to provide the widest possible range of nutrients and transpose the recipies to psudocode that can be easilly transformed in to a markup language later. Design a process for mixing and cooking ingredients. I envision a system of different food processors, steamers, boilers etc. and a range of extruding dies. Design a self cleaning system. Possibly ultrasonic or ionic. To that end, here is my preliminary list of ingredients. sugar, salt, oil, water, co2,Alcohol 37.5%,pectin,bicarb,nutritional yeast coffee,tea,mint,cocoa,garlic,oregano,chilli powder, paprika rice,soya,corn,wheat lemon extract,orange extract,tomato powder,dried apple,dried carrots,dried peas,potato powder. These ingredients can be used to make among other things, sausages, burgers, curry's, pasta, fries, soups, cereals, 'cider', cocktails, deserts, sodas, sauces, egg cheese and milk substitutes. So that's my plan. What do you guy think, and what ingredients would you add and why? And what would you call it? There are loads of things I left out as everything will change as I work through the process. Thanks for reading, Haydn
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I am interested in preparing hydroponic nutrient solution for my requirements,so please some body help me in preparing the solution.i want the clear information regarding the micro¯o minerals which should be mixed in what quanties, and the names of the chemicals avilable.
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Starter for "kobucha" is it easy and what are the ingredients ?
Greetings, Anyone know how to make these kind of putties? What are the ingredients? What is used for the color? http://www.puttyworld.com/bulthinput.html Thanks
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Brilliant idea! :) If I were doing it I'd try to provide the following options: 1. wholesale (organic fairtrade) foodstuff 2. retail (organic fairtrade) ingredients for "cook your own" delicious nutritious meals (ideally with an option to use facilities on-site if possible, otherwise at home) 3. (organic fairtrade) restaurant serving meals. The trick would probably to be to come up with a few easy tasty healthy meals and bulk buy the ingredients. But with input from everyone in the wonderful open source way that shouldn't be a problem :)
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It's a weird colored soap, and noticed titanium dioxide in the ingrediants. Can't this be used in pyrotechnics?
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What is the propellant in an Estes rocket motor? Also at what ratio are the ingredients in the propellant. Any help is appreciated.
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I have seen the mountain dew one wich was nice and cool but who wants to see some dude at a light show waving around some soda bottle
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Hello, I've noticed after perusing just a few candy Instructables that some confusion comes from the fact that Instructables is an awesomely international site. It seems like lots of comments come from all over the world with questions when brands and particularly obscure ingredients are mentioned. I wondered if showing what country people who comment live in, that those in the same country can especially help, and that it might make for interesting discussion to learn about our different food cultures and available ingredients. What do y'all think?
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The main ingredients should be cornmeal flour and and cheese. I prefer to get a recipe that you have tried, tested and satisfied with.
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I saw a cologne, Vertical, by Victoria's Secret, and saw one of the ingredients was suede, how do you add 'sued' to a cologne. Preferably using Kiteman's method.
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I have been looking on the net for what ingredients go into fart bags, which are these fart bombs with powder in them and a liquid inside a small packet, which you squish , then they react to produce hydrogen sulfide and then the bag pops and a rotton egg smell fills the area. i realy want to know what it is that goes into those because i want to make a 10xbigger fart bage, but i dont want to have to use the powder and liquid from real ones because the only ones i can get cost $15 for a packet of 10 which i feel is too expensive when i know there may be an alternative method.
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I can remember this from watching it as a child and would love to do it, but I have no idea what the 'secret' ingredient might be - help!
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I want to make filigree beads with polymer clay and it says to use cornstarch peanuts as the core and then after baking dissolve the peanuts in water. I know how to make cornstarch modeling clay but I don't think it would be the same ingredients.
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I am looking for details on how to prepare injera from scratch, using the grain teff. I need details on how long to soak the teff (including the range of soaking times, and what variables might affect that range), what ingredients to add, and how to cook it. (In the oven? On the stove? In what kind of pan?)
I want to make a counter display for a Halloween kitchen, using quart and gallon jars to 'store' ears, fingers, rats, etc. It needs to be relatively cheap, and easy to find ingredients. Non-toxic would be fantastic! Thanks for any help.
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I'm on a low fat, low sodium diet, but I will indulge in any GREAT recipe as described, if not on "plan," on occasion! I already have a healthy substitute recipe for Chopped Liver using green beans...not too thrilling...is there another out there with something that tastes more like the "Real McCoy?" Thanks!
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Hi im looking for a recipe to make an instant powder drink or artificial drink from scratch. that is i would like to do it commercially/manufacture it in south africa.i sort of know the ingredients but need a solid recipe with quantities to go with it. any help will be greatly appreciated. thank you
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Cement is an ingredient of concrete. I'm trying to put a small grab-rail onto my Mom's front patio, which has concrete aggregate rocks of about 0.5cm-2.5cm. It's classic, old concrete slabs. IT IS NOT PURE CEMENT. My question is: What's the best way to anchor, say, a handrail, into it. It appears to be fragile. Thanks.
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