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This is great! I'm definitely going to try this. You left the seeds in when you pulverized them, right? You only cut off the stem area? Thanks!!!
Already voted!! I will definitely be trying! I go through a fair bit of Red Pepper Flakes. This will result in using less and paying less. WIN WIN! Thanks!!
Our 8-year-old granddaughter thoroughly enjoyed this! We did have to make a few changes that I thought I'd share. The wood size was fine, but the rope was far too short. We made it about 12" per piece enabling a nice knot and finish. We also made the holes in the wood slightly larger so small fingers could easily do the "trick." She didn't share how to solve it until every adult had a chance to try to figure it out! I'm sure this will give her lots of enjoyments! Thanks for the cute instructable!
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