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  • Healthy and Fluffy Pan Pizza

    Thank you for letting us know. Please let us know how it turns out if you try it again and we will do the same.

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  • Healthy and Fluffy Pan Pizza

    First of all, I made the crust following your recipe but I used commercial sauce instead of homemade and it was fantastic! It is a new family favorite which I anticipate enjoying for many years to come.However, I believe your recipe calls for too much salt. With commercially made pizza sauce my pizza came out very salty tasting. I believe that 1 tsp of salt instead of the 1 tbsp that is called for would be appropriate. Perhaps with your homemade sauce the 1 tbsp would be OK?Regardless, I thank you for sharing.

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  • Beer Box Cardboard Cowboy Hat

    Love this! It's the perfect winter day project up here in the subzero north, and bound to earn me points with The Wife when I show her her very own customized cowboy hat made from a cardboard carton from her favorite beverage.Thank you!

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  • dsticha commented on gwenif's instructable Crochet Lemon Beret
    Crochet Lemon Beret

    So close! "It was a raaaaasberry beret! The kind you find in a second hand store"

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  • If you have a bee boring holes in your wood it may be a carpenter bee.https://ento.psu.edu/extension/factsheets/carpente...I had never heard of this type of bee until one bored a hole in my porch.

    You are right, yellow jackets are wasps not bees! Thank you for pointing that out, I have edited my previous comment to use the term wasp instead. My bad.But please know that real bees that nest in the ground are usually bumble bees and not honey bees. I'm not sure if a beekeeper would be interested in bumble bees.

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  • dsticha commented on jprussack's instructable Homemade Buns

    jprussack,Thank you very much for your reply. I understand your opinion, and indeed I have several friends who would agree with you. In the end the two camps (art vs science) will just have to agree to disagree. :-) Just FYI, tho, I prefer instructables that are complete in and of themselves rather then those that contain a link to a previous instructable that is required in order to successfully complete it. I've been known to stop reading as soon as I see a reference to a previous instructable. It's a personal preference. I feel that if the information is important to the success of the instructable then it should be included in the instructable. In the end, I guess, it comes down to my time time vs the author's time. And I am ALWAYS going to prioritize my own time.Thanks again and I lo…

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    jprussack,Thank you very much for your reply. I understand your opinion, and indeed I have several friends who would agree with you. In the end the two camps (art vs science) will just have to agree to disagree. :-) Just FYI, tho, I prefer instructables that are complete in and of themselves rather then those that contain a link to a previous instructable that is required in order to successfully complete it. I've been known to stop reading as soon as I see a reference to a previous instructable. It's a personal preference. I feel that if the information is important to the success of the instructable then it should be included in the instructable. In the end, I guess, it comes down to my time time vs the author's time. And I am ALWAYS going to prioritize my own time.Thanks again and I look forward to reading more of your recipes.

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  • dsticha commented on jprussack's instructable Homemade Buns

    Disappointing. The picture looked great but there are no real directions, not even a recipe. I would have really enjoyed a step by step description of how to bake these. Remember, cooking is an art but baking is a science.

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