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How to get methanol at home without dry-distillnig wood? My equipment is very limiting


fuck mate. well nitromethane fuels normaly contain methanol and if you need both nitromethane and methanol then you can just boil them since they have low density until desired %. normally methanol makes all the way to 60% from what I remember.



Why is this in cooking? nobody wants to drink methanol of all things


Just buy it dummy

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Thoughts on Kefir?

It’s an acquired taste to me. I’m growing more friendly towards it.


I eat lifeway organic whole milk strawberry kefir




even doe it's called ayran


I like it, my mom always made me drink it as a kid

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Sopa De BBC, Uma Delicia

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Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm goyslop


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I thought those were newborn kittens for a second


I transheart goyslop

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eating goyslop till the day I die

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Have your grapes ever had spider webs on them? First time it happened to me, thankfully it was only on one of the vines that I purchased. Tried to just wash it but the whole vine turned out to be covered in more upon a closer inspection, so I had to trash it.


I’m sure in some third world country they probably use spider webs in their meals
You should have been more culturally-accepting and tried something new for a change OP

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Kvass get
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Theo how's it going






savior of the west

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If a meal is truly superb, I will often request to speak to the chef. Usually, it's no problem and they are appreciative that their craft and labour has been enjoyed.

However, there was one experience that left me rather shaken and made me consider if I should ever do it again. I travel most days of the week for work. We set up alot of IT stuff for hospitals. One day I was travelling to somewhere in Kentucky. I was excited to go because 1.) I had never been and 2.) I was excited to try the local fare and learn more about what people ate there. We got in late and really didn't have time to eat anywhere particularly locale the first night, but after arriving to work the next day we were recommended to eat at a place called "Randy's Kountry Kitchen". I was a little hesitant because the name sounded foreboding, but I trusted our advice and we headed out for lunch.

I normally eat alone as I tend to take my time, but this time I rode along with some new coworkers. We were seated in a what appeared to be a very rundown shack. There were flies everywhere and our checkered tablecloth was sticky. The waitress was very rude and just asked "What y'all want?" I didn't have time to peruse the menu, which just happened to be a piece of printer paper listing their items so I informed her I would need a few minutes. My coworkers immediately started drinking. They just got burgers. I thought that was foolish and opted to get their special: A chicken fried steak with pepper gravy. I was floored. It was fried just right and the gravy was smooth and creamy. My coworkers at this point were beginning to get more and more inebriated, even though it was a lunch break and I began to wonder how we were going to get back. As, I stated I usually take my time with my food. My coworkers began to tease and berate my eating habits. One said "I ate like a faggot" to which I found very insulting. I wanted to savor every bite and took my time. Anyways onto "my compliments
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this thread sucks ywnbaw kys nigger


yup ywnbaw nigga


When you enter the sharty


This made me feel sad
Sorry that happened OP
I've never done that but I was expecting a hecckim wholesome ending nooo

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put garlic, ginger and honey into a jar, preferably with a fermentation lid but if not open it once a day to let the gas out. after about a month you will have delicious honey which can be used to fight colds!
i dont care about the health benefits i use it to make honey mustard for me tendies


Do this with grape juice and bread yeast and then you can forget all your problems




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>Your meal is ready, chud

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>Your meal is ready, sir

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