T Blankinship

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Is currently working for a small city in the south east corner of Kansas. Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History in 2009. Loves to talk about and make fermented things. Is a non militant vegan but laughs at jokes about vegans. Also like to try make really good vegan food. And having fun with experiments.
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Recent posts by T Blankinship

So this is my first video of my Rocket Oven. Showing just how big the oven is and what can go inside.  
4 days ago
I have about 15 minutes of unedited video and is in 1080p. I think with a little work I could get maybe 5 minutes but I can do more if the weather is good. One idea I have had is a series about using a rocket oven like: how many pounds of wood to cook (blank) amount of food, hardwoods vs. softwoods and if there is a good idea maybe try it!  Here is a few screen shot from some videos:
2 weeks ago
Got more pictures! I worked on it a little at a time and still needs more work but the end is near. I also did video some of the build and I am thinking about sharing it. What are everyone's thoughts?
2 weeks ago
If you are new to the Babish Culinary Universe. This Youtube channel is about cooking and can be fun to watch. This time it is about tasting 50 different apples. I watched this and some of the apples he tried would maybe be better in a pie or as juice. Still it was cool to see different types of apples!
3 weeks ago

Demitrios Pitas wrote:
I already know of the usual like Burnt Ridge, OGW, and a few others.

What is a Burnt Ridge and OGW?
1 month ago
A great post! As a fellow homebrewer it has been a dream of mine to malt my own grain and make beer. Having Todd Kemp as you sensei so cool. Years ago I made a Rogue Dead Guy clone and it was good. One thought I had was about using a rocket oven to kiln the malts. I am building one here is the link Rocket oven pictures. Keep up the good work!
1 month ago
Short and to the point a great video! I walk a lot when I am in town and drive only when I need too. I have a few questions. How does one plan for taxes and insurance on property? I would think an interest bearing account would be a way to help with taxes. Also what about the up keep on the solar system and other systems? Is this planned for in the long run?
3 months ago

Charles Radziewicz wrote:
I have started a nursery out at the ranch as well. We are building a greenhouse to root out cuttings for sale. We have invested in an asparagus patch and a berry patch. Looking to make small batches of beer and other alcohol, "sell" it to friends.

Is your plan to brew beer and other alcohol on a commercial scale? Years ago I looked into making honey wine on a commercial scale and it was eye opening.

3 months ago
Hi neighbor! If I was going to buy say 5 or 10 or more comfrey plants could we meet in Joplin? That way shipping would not be an issue.
4 months ago
Great job Nancy Reading!
4 months ago