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What was the original recipe?
As a fellow chemist I appluade you. This is a great instructable and science project. The explanation at the end was great.
I see the door is not the full width of the ramp. Have you had any problems with dice getting stuck inside the tower between the ramp and wall? From what I can see I'm thinking a D4 or D6 could get caught.
So you are using the dowels inside as randomizers and only one slope at the bottom. It took me a bit to get that as I usually see these towers with multiple opposing slopes on the inside.
What type of pots are those? Could you provide a link for them? They look to be quite useful for rendering wax and would help my dad out greatly.
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Woo! This was my project.
Definitely interested in cooking a grunt.
That is an interesting sponge recipe. I’m used to make sponge cake with only egg, flour, and sugar. I’m definitely interested in trying this some time.
The type of flour you use isn’t clear with the way it is listed. Did you use oatmeal or almond meal? What type of protein powder did you use and what does it contain? If opting out of using the protein powder how does the remaining recipe adjust?
I bet these would be fantastic with an egg wash and you could still sprinkle them with cheese.
I’ve got a big, important question. What size slow-cooker are you using? It would be good to list that in the ingredients.
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