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I feel you went overboard on ensuring the gas was removed, but I'm glad it was a success. I was thinking a wider base during the whole read.Danged fancy!
Touche, man. That's a wild deal.
The base seems insufficient to maintain a vertical status.
I use a sock, tying off the end. 24 hours later, squeezing out the goodness.To hell with going through all of this instrctable's unnecessary steps. Or do . . . but it's ridiculous.
I think you used too much material, creating excessive scrap; it also resulted in unnecessary cutting. One should have used the factory edge of the wood blank so the remnants could be used for other projects.Otherwise, danged ol' damn neat project.
Add enough water to cover the egg.
That is interesting. Why aren't they more popular in places I'm from, like Kansas? That place is super humid.
Great idea on the pitch change, Swaldo.
I appreciate your information. Thank you.
My intent was not to be condescending. I have since been further informed. Please don't be upset with me.
Prepare thine mind for blowing. I hard boil eggs all the time, and this step empties the shell with two cracks."What is it?"Add some baking soda to the water. I don't know why/how it works, but I really couldn't care less . . . it does.
Another fancy tip: I hard boil my eggs in the rice cooker. They are perfect every cottonpickin' time.
You'll dig it the most.
That's the only way I see possible, or making fewer holes.
Totally agreed. This will not be a viable source of cool in the humid environment.
I buy a cheap bag of coffee from the Dollar Tree and dump it into a gallon pitcher. It is then filled and placed in the fridge for 24 hrs.The next day I filter the brew through a cheesecloth, squeezing the grinds free of any liquid.This is coldbrew, and the most amazing drink.