M James wrote:Larisa, I went to the library to look at the pdf and it really doesn't help me. I'm a very visual learner and need photos. The vagueness is a project killer for me. Step by step was what I was wanting.
I have no idea where to even start, but I'm really wanting to build that thing.
T Blankinship wrote:The other day I made some Chickpea Tofu. I think it is also called Myanmar-style tofu? I was looking at it and thought could this be a substitute for soy based tofu? The chickpea tofu was on the soft side and I have not tried to press the tofu to change the texture. Has anyone used this tofu in a recipe that called for soy based tofu? If so did it work?
Jordan Holland wrote:Since that one was so easy, here's one a little harder:
M James wrote:Do you know where I can get step by step instructions with pictures for this? I asked questions about that before I bought the book "feeding ourselves" which is why I believed it would have all that. It doesn't. It has a materials list and one very dark photo of the completed dehydrator. I'm not a happy camper.
I have my heart set on building and using the dehydrator this summer, so if anybody could point me in the right direction I'd appreciate it. It looks awesome.
Rebecca Blake wrote:I’m such a beginner I had no idea what aftermordant was! The onion skins do sound like an easy first go at it. And I love coppery orange so I guess now I need to look up how to do it thank you!