Thank you! I'll give this a go next time I find some steaks that look nice. I saw you can also do vegetables in them but I haven't tried that yet.
I actually really enjoyed it. It was super easy to clean up after, which is great because I have a baby and a bunch of pets (Aka No time) and the chicken came out very tender. In the future, I'll add a lot more seasonings because I like a lot of spice on my chicken. I think I want to try some eggs because I love soft boiled eggs and this is supposed to be great for that.
Really like this idea. :)
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Very cool :)
Very cool �
Yes, I have experience the same problem with my cats. :c It’s unfortunate because the fur babies are so sensitive to these things. I think you could make it for long term use if you put it in a microwave safe container, and just heated it up before using it, or submerged it in hot water if you don’t have/want a microwave. The cornstarch tends to separate with time so this cleaner seems to do better when it is warm. But otherwise, I think it would work fine.
Really cool project :)
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This looks lovely! I think I might try it out :)
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This is beautiful!
Cool box, thank you!
I love this, so cool :)
Hi there, I should have mentioned that I wash my surfaces routinely between use. This is just a polish for a nice shine. Now from what I've read, the problem with expired oils lies in taste, and that a dated oil is not generally hazardous. I certainly wouldn't recommend drinking this product. You could easily add a natural disinfectant like white vinegar and lemon juice. I have used this method for years and we have never had any issues with our surfaces looking poor or anyone becoming ill, but I will go ahead and put more research into these oils and mineral oil and update this page accordingly.
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Hahaha, that's interesting. Now I can't un-see it!
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Hi there! Anywhere from yellow to dark brown is fine, I think they're best in the middle. Green ones don't break down well enough for a very good texture so I would avoid them.
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I'm going to have to try this for my kitties, they've really done a number on my couch
Awesome! Glad you liked them :)
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I like these! I've tried wire wrapping in the past and I've never been very good at it but maybe this will help me.
Yay! Hope you enjoy :) Thank you
The thinner you make your patties, the crispier they will be!
Hope you'll come back and let me know how you liked them! :)
I think the tarragon and dill relish give them a kick that is homey but a little unique.You could also omit the dill relish, and reduce the mayo to 1/2, and add in sriracha for sriracha deviled eggs. I think chopping pimentos into your egg mixture is great also. :)
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Oh awesome! I've been wanting to try something big but I don't have any large silicone molds. Perhaps in the future :)
I would recommend macerating your pineapple after chopping to get an even level of sweetness in the dish.
Oh wonderful! I feel like traditional fruit salads are a dying breed but I hope that people will keep making them so everybody can learn how great they are :)
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This recipe is vegan friendly!
No problem! Glad you enjoyed it :)
Oh that is so cool :) I'm excited you decided to experiment with it!
I actually wouldn't recommend agar agar, because it'll make the rose liquid more of a jelly as opposed to a sphere with a liquid center.I would recommend looking into "jellification" and "spherification" in some molecular gastronomy forums. Agar Agar absolutely has its place in molecular gastronomy! It would've been a great idea for the raspberry gel! c:
By the way, I checked out your website. Love the facehugger, you have a new fan.
Love that movie, this is pretty cool :)
This is so pretty! Good luck in the Trash to Treasure contest!
Looks delish! :)
I love this, I feel like my kitties would hog it lol
Thank you for the guide! I think I'm going to try it, how long did it take to make the rug?
This is so cute! I love how you got that tiny fork and knife in there too
I used a toothpick for my raspberry dots! It ensured they looked cleaner.
Thank you, I hope you'll let me know if you do :)You can play around with it a lot too, with different flavors and things to put in the sphere. ^.^
Thank you Penolopy :) It was a lot of fun to make!
Frequently and gently stir your spheres when they are in the sodium alginate. This ensures they will get that nice spherical shape.
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This is really cool :)
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This is so nice :) Thank you for the guide, I think my kitties will love it
This is really cute :) Think I will make this for my daughters room once we move
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