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If this is TL;DR, then feel free to goto the bottom for other alternatives to temperature controlling that may work for you. Using two formulas can help with your decision: V=IR, Where V=Voltage, I=Amperage (this is what will trip your breaker) and Resistance; P=VI, where P=Power(watts), V= Voltage and I=Amps If you use a variac, you can reduce the voltage ...


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Actually the product you mention, or at least a very similar product, is advertised for that purpose. They even sell some extra parts to make that easier - it's not quite clear to me what the extra parts are supposed to do, it's possible they just allow you to let the gas out at the end without making a mess. iSi Rapid Infusion set:


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Firat, first, first : look at your local rules and regulation regarding selling food product in your area. First first : Decide how long you want to have your product to last, this will put restriction on packaging. First, you need to do a lot of testing with different kind of packaging and see how your product behave over days, weeks and months (whatever ...


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I cracked a lot of walnuts when I was a child, as bowls of mixed, unshelled nuts including almonds, pecans, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, and of course, walnuts, were our primary treats. This is the technique for your nutcracker. I never had anything better, and I did it alot Align the "split" in the walnut with the arms/jaws of the nutcracker. Apply ...


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There’s nothing special about the mods, they are just various kinds of spherical molds. I am quite sure that the different materials has to do with different use cases (some have to be oven proof, others not), but probably more with what manufacturer offered which diameter. If the chef is aiming for a specific layer thickness, they’ll have to find the ...


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I recently followed a recipe for wholemeal loaf which included 1 tbsp honey and 2 tbsps of Olive Oil. The paddle left only a slight indentation in the loaf, as opposed to a great chunky hole which I had gotten used to in the past. Today I made a mixed grain loaf and added 2 tbsps of Olive Oil (no honey). This loaf has a hardly noticeable indentation in the ...


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