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I've been making these for years, here's some of our insightsUse chopped pecans instead of almonds.While warm, score the bars including pan edge with a sharp knife, makes it easier to cut when coldCut 1.5" squares so everyone can have someIf the graham cracker base is crumbly, use a little more butter next time.Now I'm hungry for these tasty treats, I gonna have to make some.
Excellent project, I love the upcycling of both microwave oven and washing machine. You're right, you are 'in charge' here. Thanks for the detailed instructable.
I didn't know those parts existed, thanks for the info. Also thanks for the 200 cycles number.
Sounds good. The BTA24 I looked at had a metal tab. Your photos looked like a metal tab also but I guess not.No source code is fine, then how many AC cycles did you ramp your startup triac sweep over? Thanks for the reply.
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