I'm going to TJ's tonight! It's Taco Tuesday!
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You can buy controllers on Ebay that come from China and they're in the $25 range. Couple that with a 25A SSR/heatsink and you're under $50, unassembled in a case. You'll still need a probe to go with it. Not sure what those go for these days.Yes, but they're made in China by some poor little kid.
I've never considered a "6 pack and a pound" a meal for one person. It would feed my four kids and my wife. I wouldn't dream of eating one by myself.
Hike up your skirt, pull out your tampon, and plow through it, Sally!!
Quote from: beersk6-pack & a pound!
We call that a 7 course meal
Dude! You can't beat that deal for 8 bucks! And don't forget, it's Nachos Navidad!!!
I love Taco John's. 6-pack & a pound! I can usually never finish it. It's so much food.I really did crave a taco on my way home tonight.
Hollys taking the dog to the vet, and I think she is gonna swing past TAco Johns for a few tacos for me. I think I have an addiction.
I don't think they need to be. Only if you want to get the fermentables out of them, which isn't really my concern. They'll still impart their flavor/mouthfeel to the beer without cooking them first.I use Quick Oats for my recipes that require oats. They are are broken into smaller pieces and are more readily dissolved in water. No cooking is required for quick oats, just toss them in the mash...
Absolutely right. Fact is, you can even use instant oats to brew with.
Old fashioned rolled oats and especially pinhead (aka steelcut) oats need to be well cooked first.
i had a haier once, not again. the coils rotted out inside the walls, nothing you can do to fix them. it only lasted 4-5 years.Well that's not very encouraging. 5cu ft is pretty small. Fits what, 3 kegs? Probably about one fermenter unless you ferment in kegs.
I agree....I love Horizon for bittering but not so much for aroma.