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this is recycling genius! I have wanted to make myself a pasta drying rack for a long time currently I use the backs of our dining room chairs and once I used a round antique laundry rack lol. I could never bring myself to pay the prices for buying one but have never had the time to make nice looking wooden one. This is great!
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BTW appropos your post on the 1 last update 2020/08/03 chicken skins, I noticed that that was an ingredient in a chicken spread for sandwiches. BTW appropos your post on chicken skins, I noticed that that was an ingredient in a chicken spread for sandwiches.ReplyDeleteDelete
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I always fondly rmember my mother drying cut noodles on flour-powdered, white bed sheets on my brother's beds, she made a lot of noodles at once, so it was handy using the 2 beds at once, she kind of flipped them around so they would dry evenly, stored them in paper bags later
This is an interesting idea. Will I have to get used to a new taste from store-bought? I just changed to half whole wheat (under much protest from my family) and I don't want to shock them too much again. :)Standing Dartboard Cabinet Planshow to Standing Dartboard Cabinet Plans for ReplyDeleteReplyDelete
homemade pasta is delicious it is MUCH better than store bought. I would think your family would love it I have never met someone yet that didn't much prefer homemade pasta also if you grind your flours fresh homemade whole wheat pasta tastes amazing much better than storebought. Good luck with converting your family to healthier eating.
I am hoping I get a manual pasta maker for my birthday this year. I was researching how to dry and came across this link. This is great! And the post about using the antique drying rack gave me an idea. I have the Mulig drying rack from Ikea for my laundry. (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/50228755/) I can just use that for big batches! Thanks for the post and the comments!ReplyDelete
Oh you are so smart anonymous. I had my clothes drying rack out when I made pasta (first and only time alone...made once in college with a friend) and didn't even think of that! Now I don't have to worry about a drying rack...I just need to put a clean towel underneath in case I manage to knock one down so I don't have to throw it away. :)
You the 1 last update 2020/08/03 just saved me a fortune, thank you so much! :)You just saved me a fortune, thank you so much! :)ReplyDelete
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