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Solar Stuff By Eric Marlow
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Solar energy makes all life on the planet possible. This book is about using that energy in a constructive way. Recyclable materials are free just like the energy from the sun. This book is filled... More > with projects that work with and upcycle these free resources. Some of the solar projects in this book include a solar hot water heater, pasteurizer, distiller, cooker and more. All the resources on the planet are valuable and we need to use them wisely. This book is one small step in that direction.< Less
Solar Stuff By Eric Marlow
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Solar energy makes all life on the planet possible. This book is about using that energy in a constructive way. Recyclable materials are free just like the energy from the sun. This book is filled... More > with projects that work with and upcycle these free resources. Some of the solar projects in this book include a solar hot water heater, pasteurizer, distiller, cooker and more. All the resources on the planet are valuable and we need to use them wisely. This book is one small step in that direction.< Less
How to Brew Beer By Jack Schultz
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A true and serious beer drinker has specific ideas of what they want in their beer. This is a reason why many choose home brewing. They like a specific style of beer and thrive to get just the right... More > taste. Often there is a certain taste or style of beer that is not available commercially in their area. Home brewing is, for many, not only convenient but a way to get the "live beer" taste. Almost all beer that is made is pasteurized, so you're not getting the natural taste. When beer is pasteurized, it has to be cooked, which takes out the carbonation. Commercial brewers "force carbonation" by taking the boiled off alcohol and mixing it with the pasteurized beer, which kills the yeast. Without live yeast, the beer will not age properly, which affects the taste of the beer. Yeast not only improves the taste of beer, but the color and texture as well. The more beer ages, the better it tastes, which is a large reason why so many choose to home brew their own beer.< Less