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wayne fajkus wrote:Space, raw ingrediants, machinery, and water would be thei limiting factors. If all those are adequate there is no limit.
I got this tall by not having enough crisco in my diet as a kid. This ad looks like it had plenty of shortening:
A rocket mass heater heats your home with one tenth the wood of a conventional wood stovehttp://woodheat.net