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    Re: Hardekool hout braai manne

    Ron check my post #28 on this thread
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    Re: Hardekool hout braai manne

    Hi Ron Where do you get the bushwillow
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    Re: Hardekool hout braai manne

    I found Rooikrans @ Checkers this weekend in Durban R29 bag good value
    Never used it before, must say I was really impressed, chopped easily on my smart axe, burnt easily and Braaied very lekker......
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    Sticky: Re: Bird Identification

    If you wanr thick billed weavers in your garden you need to put out sunflower seed
    Works like a magnet....
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    Re: Grill mat - Verimark

    Camping shops, Makro stock them
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    Re: homemade bending dies.

    It is better to bend brass and either Chrome it or antique it
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    Re: Help identify this snake

    Good snakes to have around
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    Re: Help identify this snake

    The stripes on the side of the head at eye level are the definitive markings for a Brown House Snake
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    That does look like hard work, But gotta keep trying... Determination is a hard master
    Well done
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    That's fine if you have the know how to hook up the electrickery,
    However I have hooked up a induction geyser to a cheese Vat with a circulation pump, works very well and the geyser has temperature ...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    If you use the STC controller, what would your normal heating source be?
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    Re: The truth about snowmaster

    I have that same one, becareful about getting moisture in the light,,, this thing will beep endlessly.. Only way to stop it is remove and unplug the light... Other than that it's a pretty good fridge...
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    Re: 1000W induction cooker

    I found I do most of my cooking between 400 & 600 watts
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    The gas guns place, cannister to big to let it hang around, and my large gas that I have to hang aroud541903541905541906
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Gas guns are only for hot works, anything surviving on that nozzle maybe it deserves to be there,
    To put your mind at rest should you ever have food prepped by me my gasgun is My gasgun and stays...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Will definitely check it out thanks for that, Have used the gas on other stuff, I must try it as I do have a gas that gets to 900C +
    Mmmm all very interesting
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    You are a bunch of miserable guys on this thread, no one responds or thanks anyone, check out the It's are Time Thread for a bit of Banter and real involvement... Just saying
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Another way is to rub with yougart and leave it for a couple of hours, neutralises the salt very nicely.. Wash it off and then carry on with what you need to do with it
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    Re: 1000W induction cooker

    I have a Snappy Chef 2000watt which starts at 200 w and goes up in incriments of 200 w, I cook more on this than anything else
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    The dishwasher trick or being tricked 541661541662541663541665541666541668541669541670541671541672
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    Last night I did the dishwasher thing again, But tried a few different options, 3 pieces of porterhouse steak separate, one naked,which we ate, one lightly salted the other salt and pepper,...
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    I am no expert here either, just trial and supprizingly very little error. It has still all been edible..
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    I tried this after reading it on this thread. I seal my meat in a plastic bag with my vacuum sealer, a good zip lock can also be used. My suggestion is no additives, brines, or marinades, a little...
  24. Sticky: Re: Searching For Campsites,Backpackers,Places Of Interest, Mountain Passes And Eater

    Estee how you know these Midlands places
  25. Sticky: Re: Searching For Campsites,Backpackers,Places Of Interest, Mountain Passes And Eater

    Cafe Bloom really enjoyed it every time we been there
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    I did a 1kg club steak and a 400g porterhouse in the dish washer, what a different take on the end result its really amazing, nice hot fire to Finnish them off 541384541385541386541387541388
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    Re: Roast potatoes

    Now also in Checkers as exotic potatoes
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    Re: What did you do with your Suzuki today?

    What was the cost and where did you get them
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    Re: What did you do with your Suzuki today?

    Let us know how they are for night driving, look really cool
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    Re: Sous vide cooking

    I am really so keen to try this
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    Does this place have an address
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    What's a sticky
  33. Sticky: Re: Searching For Campsites,Backpackers,Places Of Interest, Mountain Passes And Eater

    I don't know if this has been posted too much hassle to check thread. We stayed at the Amphitheater Back Packers, has a selection of accommodation from self catering, en...
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    Re: Second Hand Double Cab Bakkie

    I have a 2011 3.2 Triton and a 2012 2.2 Ranger and really can't say I get any better consumption around town, that 6th gear on the Ranger makes the difference on longer trips.
  35. Re: Keeping camping fridge/ freezer going at Rooiputs & Polentswa

    At the exact camps in July I ran 2 fridges 1 in the trailer and one in the back of the of the 4 x 4 on a second battery... Day driving kept the battery charged and 2 x 120 solar panels kept the...
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