S Tonin wrote:
I live close enough to Amish country that it pays us to take a day trip a few times a year to go to the bulk food store and stop at roadside stands on the way home. The one I go to (Echo Hill Country Store in Fleetwood, PA) has a lot of organic and hard-to-find stuff, in smaller quantities and cheaper than I could buy online.
denise ra wrote:I went to the specs and I am in Zone B on Panasonic's map for the WhisperSonic ERV. Zone B: Unit can perform optimally March through November. I called Panasonic and they say it will run on Defrost Mode in winter. This exhausts moisture out but does not bring in fresh air.
Nichole Rock wrote:
How did you attach them to the bottom/each other? My first thought is soldering.
Phil Swindler wrote:I use the machine my mom got in 1949 as a high school graduation present.
Joshua LeDuc wrote:Purchase or fashion a grate that you can put at the bottom of the pot that will keep a little separation between the jars and the bottom of the pot.
Carla Burke wrote:I'll not say what he said about people who didn't bother to even check on how much the recommended amount was, because it falls into the 'very not nice' category.
Leigh Tate wrote:
We added an outdoor laundry facility when we fixed and expanded our carport.
Carla Burke wrote:A washing machine repairman once told me to only use 1/3 - 1/2 the amount of laundry soap recommended, too. He said more than that is not only unnecessary, but speeds deterioration of the washer and your clothes, by about the same difference.
Owen Wormser wrote:An area the size of Washington State is mowed turf in the US and the adverse impact of all that lawn is enormous.