Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty).
It can be used in making mozzarella and ricotta cheese.
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God Bless you John. I suppose as it turns out I am David, and my people are from that area, near San Angelo. You are a wonderful man John, never change, not for the world. It is funny how we really all have a purpose here and just do what we do. And then technology reunites us just as it was written. Here is the picture of the monument for the first free market in North America. I took this picture yesterday in Saint Augustine. My "how far we have come" /shttps://twitter.com/i/#!/Aldo_Raines/media/slideshow?url=pic.twitter.com%2FvjvokBDa
I don't bother with citric acid, but you can use vinegar as a alternative when you run out.
Dale, what are you doing answering John's questions so quickly? I thought I had your shoe strings tied together.
I don't make cheese, but here is my use for citric acid. Our water spots and stains our dishes and glasses after a while in the dishwasher. Throw in some citric acid occasionally and they become spotless and crystal clear faster then you can say mozzarella and ricotta cheese.
I'm wise to your ways Bruce and wear my flip flops for Johns evening update.
Citric acid is also good for "pickling" metal after it's been brazed or silver soldered
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