Monthly Archives: January 2012

Removing Garlic Skin

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?RFYLU 27 January 2012 Removing Garlic Skin Removing garlic skins from the cloves can often be a tedious job. This method reduces the effort considerably. Method: Cut the hairs off the root end of the garlic bulb. Shorten the stem … Continue reading

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Cheese from Skim Milk (Paneer)

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?DBZLQ 27 January 2012 Cheese from Skim Milk (Paneer) Disliking commercial cheese due primarily the salt content, it was decide to make my own. Method. Four litres of skim milk, ascorbic acid crystals purchased from a Pharmacy, controlled heated to … Continue reading

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Vacuum sealing Mason jars.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?ERTQK 26 January 2012 Vacuum Sealing mason jars using Food Saver This is a method of vacuum sealing any jar with a suitable gaskets lid, which will fit into the selected larger container. My requirement is for mason jars one … Continue reading

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Almond Milk

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?JKXXY 25 January 2012 Almond Milk Five hundred millilitres of almonds were processed into milk. The almonds were blended in two batches of 250 ml each with water. The mixture was then cooked until all the air was removed. This … Continue reading

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Stainless Steel Vegetable Steamer

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?VMXBW Stainless Steel Vegetable Steamer This device prevents water from touching the product being cooked, basically steaming. They are available in Walmart and often in supermarkets. With the center lifting device removed, the steamer makes a good insert for pressure … Continue reading

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Food Saver. V2490 Vacuum Sealer

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?WKTDJ 25 January 2012 Food Saver. V2490 Vacuum Sealer The food saver was put to use vacuum packaging packaging my pilot bread. The food saver is a marvellous device, I should have bought one years ago. After packaging the bread, … Continue reading

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Wheat, Soy Flour made in Blender

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?OTKKH 25 January 2012 Flour. Whole Wheat and Soy Bean Flour made in blender After pursing the various expensive flour mills being offered for sale, I decided to use my home blender to make wheat and soy flour. Flour mills … Continue reading

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Soy Milk and Soy Cream

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?CHGEJ 24 January 2012 Soy Milk and Soy Cream. One litre of soy beans were processed into soy milk and soy cream. Method is wash the beans, boil for ten minutes, rinse. Blend until a fine texture, place in a … Continue reading

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Pilot Bread Black Walnut and Dark Rye Flour

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?OJLLC 23 January 2012 Pilot Bread Black Walnut(Juglans nigra) and Dark Rye Flour. Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) Dark Rye Pilot Bread. About 600 mil litres of black walnuts were cracked (collected during the Fall) and liquified (water) in a blender, … Continue reading

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Mung Bean Sprout Growing -Improved Method

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?MKECB 21 January 2012 Mung Bean Growing Improved Method. Mung bean sprout growing is often complicated by growing in water, since the necessity for rinsing several times per day becomes onerous. Deciding to improve on this a new method was … Continue reading

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