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I do a similar thing but I find tinned tomatoes are too acidic. I use a jar of Passata instead - it is much smoother and richer. I also use Passata instead of tinned tomatoes in chilli con carne and spag bol too - MUCH better - try it!
I have never tried it. But why not add cold seawater to the top plastic and change it often to keep the plasticcool?
Not all sprouts are equal! There are now over 40 different varieties (many new ones where they have bred out the bitter aftertaste that we all hate).Most sprouts in the shops now are the new sweet varieties.If you are feeling brave, grate them into a salad - honestly, it's pretty good!
I always leave the component leads long because you are less likely to overheat small components.Also, I insert about 10-20 passive components at a time and I bend the leads outwards slightly so that they don't fall out. This also allows me to check for mistakes more easily before I solder them all into place. It also means that you have a nice 'wet' soldering iron so you get much better joints and it is much faster when you do 40 joints at a time.
To learn about UEFI booting from USB, tryhttp://www.easy2boot.com/useful-things-to-know/I am the author of E2B so feel free to contact me if you have any Q's.
OK. But once you have made the E2B drive, you just copy over any number of linux ISOs or Wiindows Install ISOs to the USB drive - can't see what is 'harsh' in that? But it's your choice. WinSetupFromUSB is v good.
I did a similar thing in my garage, but I used two strong magnets screwed to the underside of the table and I screwed a small metal plate to the end of each leg.P.S. If you have an old hard disk drive around, the magnets inside are really strong and usually are mounted on a convenient metal plate with holes for screws!
re. Step 8.8 Check of a reading - why would there be a voltage reading when one terminal of the capacitor is disconnected?
Cool - what about displaying a talking head?