Tye dyed!!
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If it don't hold soup, it's ART!!

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that's just amazing,Yak.Beautiful work.

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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
Great stuff!!  What are you using for a drying oven?  Looks like a smoker??  I've been using a toaster oven, and seeing a need to get more consistent 180 F for my Cactus juice.  Been looking for a used Dental Lab oven since adding a good temp controller will cost me $50 +/-, but i'm having trouble justifying $250 or more if i still have to buy a controller.
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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
Those are very cool!
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(12-30-2018, 06:21 PM)greenacres2 Wrote: Great stuff!!  What are you using for a drying oven?  Looks like a smoker??  I've been using a toaster oven, and seeing a need to get more consistent 180 F for my Cactus juice.  Been looking for a used Dental Lab oven since adding a good temp controller will cost me $50 +/-, but i'm having trouble justifying $250 or more if i still have to buy a controller.
earl

It is an electric smoker, better than burning down the house with a toaster oven, $300 is cheap.



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  Re: RE: Tye dyed!! by greenacres2 (Great stuff!!  What ...)
(12-30-2018, 06:21 PM)greenacres2 Wrote: Great stuff!!  What are you using for a drying oven?  Looks like a smoker??  I've been using a toaster oven, and seeing a need to get more consistent 180 F for my Cactus juice.  Been looking for a used Dental Lab oven since adding a good temp controller will cost me $50 +/-, but i'm having trouble justifying $250 or more if i still have to buy a controller.
earl

Easy to justify.  It is YOUR smoker and for other things as well so she should love that.  IE what are you doing with that nice wood honey- You just getting using the smoker for other things so it will prove the cost of its value. Yes
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  Re: RE: Tye dyed!! by Arlin Eastman ([quote='greenacres2'...)
(12-30-2018, 08:31 PM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: Easy to justify.  It is YOUR smoker and for other things as well so she should love that.  IE what are you doing with that nice wood honey- You just getting using the smoker for other things so it will prove the cost of its value. Yes

I won't use this for any food, that's for sure. I don't like being poisoned.
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(12-30-2018, 05:20 PM)AnthonyYak Wrote:


How did you do the vacuum hose?  I got a 24 quart stainless steel pot like yours from ebay for $21 with the gauge but I still need to put on the top and insert the gauge thru the hole in some 1/2" plexiglass.
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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
Plexi breaks down with Cactus Juice. I bought the set up, glass lid
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