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  • krn1978 commented on chienline's instructable CannonBall Shooter
    CannonBall Shooter

    Try Inventor :) It's great program with grat possibilities :)

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  • krn1978 commented on jeff-o's instructable Pierogi Pizza
    Pierogi Pizza

    Polish is one of the the most difficult language in the world (or it is the most difficult), so it wouldn't be easy to learn Polish. If you want, I could start to teach You :) I think it would be difficult to me, trying to teach Polish person who can't even know how to spell letters like 'ą, ć, ę' and doesn't see difference between 'dż' and 'dź'... but it could be fun :D

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  • krn1978 commented on scotto's instructable Igloo Made With Nifty Tool
    Igloo Made With Nifty Tool

    Some people say that if something's stupid but it works, it's not stupid. Great, simple idea!

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  • krn1978 commented on jeff-o's instructable Pierogi Pizza
    Pierogi Pizza

    In Poland we don't know pineapple fillings for pierogi, because pineapples aren't Polish fruits. If we want to make sweet meal, we fill it with blueberry (great), sometimes with strawberries or sweetened cream cheese (mixed with yolk, also great, one of my favourites). We serve them poured with melted butter or sweet cream. If meal should be hmm... not sweet, we make it with meat (boiled and minced) or potato and white cheese (their name is 'russian pierogi', nobody knows why, because Russians don't know this meal) or cabbage + mushrooms (actually: sauerkraut + mushrooms). But that's right, pierogi are very flexible and you can fill it with anything you want. Oh, one thing more: 'pierogi' is plural. Singular is 'pieróg'. You can spell it as 'pieroog' :) So... one pieroog, but two, three o…

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    In Poland we don't know pineapple fillings for pierogi, because pineapples aren't Polish fruits. If we want to make sweet meal, we fill it with blueberry (great), sometimes with strawberries or sweetened cream cheese (mixed with yolk, also great, one of my favourites). We serve them poured with melted butter or sweet cream. If meal should be hmm... not sweet, we make it with meat (boiled and minced) or potato and white cheese (their name is 'russian pierogi', nobody knows why, because Russians don't know this meal) or cabbage + mushrooms (actually: sauerkraut + mushrooms). But that's right, pierogi are very flexible and you can fill it with anything you want. Oh, one thing more: 'pierogi' is plural. Singular is 'pieróg'. You can spell it as 'pieroog' :) So... one pieroog, but two, three or more pierogi. In correct English it should be 'some pieroogs', but who cares. Caitd3, could you send me .pdf version of book you mentioned? I wonder what mrs Olszewska Heberle wrote about our national meals.

    Looks like co nieco Ci się popieprzyło z dobrobytu, my friend... but I think I'd like to try this meal. In Poland we know baked pierogi. Normally we boil them, but when we want to bake them, we use shortbread instead of traditional pierogi dough (flour + warm water). Those baked pierogi could be useful on your pizza.

    If You are interested, write to me. My login is the same as here (without numbers 19), and account is placed @ wp.pl :) World of pierogi is rich and beautiful :)

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  • I live in Poland. Our traditional pierogi's dough are made from only two ingridients: flour (type about 450 or 500) and warm water. That's all to make great pierogi's dough, but sometimes there's little oil or egg, too. I make it with the simplest way. Oh, btw... in Poland we call pierogi filled with cheese and potatoes as 'russian pierogi'. I don't know why :) But when You go to polish restaurant or every polish home and say: 'russian pierogi, please', you always get pierogi filled with potatoes and cheese.

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  • Have you ever tried Sweet Home 3d? :)

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  • Nice idea! When I used to make photos with Zenit cameras, I used something like this. Great effect!

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  • I never tried to cut solder into pieces. I solder one of contacts (corner one), after it I heat it again, placing IC on its place. After it I solder other corner leg of IC. After it my IC is placed well and doesn't move when I solder it. I use flux that makes my solering easy. Because my english isn't good (I don't trust my knowledge of it) it's better to show you a movie (not mine, but, imho, the best): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9FC9fAlfQE&t=1123s

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  • Do the same with french dough. You'll see difference :) Imho it's much better than pizza dough :)

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  • Could you add files (arduino sketch, 3d files, schematics (you can do it using fritzing or circuits.io)) to your project, please? I think I'll make it for myself, because this project looks amazing :)

    Could you add files (arduino, 3d files, schematics - you can use eg. fritzing or circuits.io) to your project, please? I think I'll build it for myself, because it looks amazing :)

    Could you add files (arduino sketch, 3d files, schematics (you can do it in fritzing or circuits.io)) to your project, please? I think I'll make it for myself, because this project looks amazing :)

    Could you add files (arduino sketch, 3d files, schematics (you can do it infritzing or circuits.io)) to your project, please? I think I'll make it for myself, because this project looks amazing :)

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  • I use maasdam cheese (I love its taste). I don't use milk and flour, and I add spices (paprika, pepper, sometimes oregano, sometimes marjoram) and salt directly to egg. I put cheese to egg, after it to bread crumbs, after it second time to egg, and second time to bread crumbs. After it I fry it, but Your idea with freezer is interesting. I'm going to try it next time :)

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  • I do it little bit differently, but not much differently. Great taste! :) I love it :D

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  • You must remember that afte rsome time switches can gain their own resistance (on contact), so when you push one switch, it can be read as another one.

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  • One more thing... 'Pierogi' is a plurar :) Singular is hmmm... 'pierog'. In fact, it's 'pieróg'. 'Ó' you must read as u. If you go to Poland and write 'pierug', it wil be error :) You have to write 'pieróg' :)

    Pierogi is traditional Polish food. Dough is made only using flour and warm (or a little bit hot) water. The trick is flour combines better with hot than with cold water. After flattening dough (with roll) (thickness of dough: about 3mm, it's really thin) Poles use glass (ware) to cut round shapes of dough. About filling... there is many ideas about it. It can be fruits, sweeten white cheese, meat, fish, hot mixed boiled potato and white cheese... you can put there anything you like. After filling pieces of dough, seal ends of dough together.

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  • krn1978 commented on jhsyds37's instructable Pocket Stove

    Did you try to cook something using this stove? How long did it take to boil cup of water? Wouldn't it be more efficient if you solder frame holders to the tealight can? Project looks very simple and I wonder about its efficiacy.

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  • krn1978 commented on ModMischief's instructable Baked Zucchini Coins

    I make something familiar for many years, but I use only zucchini, mixed (and salted) egg, bread crumbs and salt. 1. Slice zucchini. 2. Salt slices. 3. Dip slices into mixed egg, after it coat them in bread crumbs. 4. Fry them on oil. 5. Taste it :)

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