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I absolutely love chili and garlic oil and I don't want to be the one to a spoil-sport, but this is a non-acidic product, you have to consume it within a few days of making it, or risk botulism developing. And you have to put this warning in your Instructable or could face someone suing you if they contract it. You don't have to believe me - just google chili or garlic oil and botulism. Trusting to be able to 'see when the product is off' does not help you at all with botulism - it is absolutely clear, and you cannot smell or see it.
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Thanks for the reply offseid - I'll skip this one though. ;)
I can tell you what - there is no way in hell I would try this just because an Instructable says so. For anyone else reading this: Botulism is unlike everything else that can go wrong with bottled stuff - it's not visible with the naked eye, no turning funny colours or mould or anything, and it is odourless - you just cannot tell if it's present in the food. Don't do it man.
Does the brine take care of the risk of botulism?
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I made did this project a while ago. It worked perfectly. Then I left to do some stuff, but when I came back hours later, the TIP120 had burned the plastic around the holes in the breadboard, it was that hot. From what I understand, you're supposed to attach a heatsink to the TIP120, or better yet, just use a different transistor. I'm redoing this with a 2n7000.
I made did this project a while ago. It worked perfectly. Then I left to do some stuff, but when I came back hours later, the TIP120 had burned the plastic around the holes in the breadboard, it was that hot. From what I understand, you're supposed to attach a heatsink to the TIP120, or better yet, just use a different transistor, like a mosfet or N-channel. I'm redoing this with a 2n7000.
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