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SOURCE: Shrimp Hatchery Instructions

according to the directions: condensed

prepare brine solution. pour all vile contents in to sea salt mixture,
fill 1quart of tap water
add brine shrimp into the 1 qt of water keep at 70- 80 degrees
should hatch in 24-48 hours

place into one of the compartments shrimp hatchery fig1 which is blue oval type container with dividers

place brine water with a small amount of yeast into a seperate compartment

use a dropper to place some of the larvea into this compartment
the larvea will feed on the yeast and provide oxygen


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Need recipe to make pasta


Tips for Optimum Pasta
The dough should be evenly kneaded, and slightly moist to form a soft malleable dough. The dough should have the consistency which is not too dry or too moist.

The dough is too dry if it has a powdery, grainy consistency and breaks into small chunks. Add more liquid (water or vegetable juice) by the teaspoon until it has formed a smooth, malleable dough that is not sticking to the sides or the kneading spiral.

The dough is too moist if large lumps of dough remain stuck to the kneading spiral. Add flour by the teaspoon until it has formed a smooth, malleable dough that does not stick to the sides or the kneading spiral.

If you add a little bit of olive oil to the pasta dough, it will slide better through the outlet openings of the pasta attachments.

For the pasta dough, you can use both normal household flour as well as wholegrain flour, gluten free flour, or flour made from durum wheat semolina. Different types of flours will require a different amount of liquids. Reserve some liquid and add it slowly for best results. Document your process so you can repeat it in the future.

Vegetable juices made, for example, from spinach, carrots or tomatoes are ideal for adding color and nutrients to your pasta.

Sprinkle flour on your pasta directly as it emerges from the outlet opening and place it down separated on a smooth floured surface to dry. This will prevent the pasta from sticking together.

Cooking time for fresh pasta is much shorter than for dried pasta from the supermarket; 2-4 minutes is usually sufficient. Thinner pastas, however, may require an even shorter cooking time. We recommend you check the pasta at regular intervals until the pasta is "al dente".

Fresh pasta can be kept for 1-2 days in the fridge and frozen in the freezer for as long as 6 months. To stop the pasta from sticking, you should lay the pasta out to dry for 1-2 hours before you store it in the fridge or freeze it.

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Pasta recipes

GARLIC PASTA
Add 2 cloves of garlic (crushed or pureed) to the liquid in a full load of pasta. Cook and serve with sauce and cheese.

TWO MINUTE CLAM SAUCE FOR LINGUINE
Pasta: Linguine or Spaghetti
3 Tbsp.
Olive oil
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - finely chopped
1 can
Clams with juice
3 Tbsp.
Oregano
1/2 cup
White wine (optional)
1/2 cup
Prepared pasta sauce (optional)
Fresh ground pepper (to taste)
Crushed red pepper
Saute garlic and clams in olive oil. Add oregano, pepper and crushed red pepper to taste. If desired, add white wine and/or prepared pasta sauce. Pour over pasta, garnish with minced parsley.

FETTUCCINI & CHICKEN
Pasta: Fettuccini (with 2 Tbsp. olive oil or butter)
4 large or 6 small pieces of boned chicken cut in chunks
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - finely chopped
2 Tbsp.
Italian seasoning
2 Tbsp.
Parsley
Olive oil
Salt & pepper
Bake or saute chicken in olive oil with garlic and seasoning until done.
Place chicken on freshly cooked fettuccini and serve hot. For variety,
add sauteed mushrooms and/or bell pepper. Add Parmesan cheese.

HUNGARIAN PAPRIKA PASTA
To a regular full load of pasta add 2 tablespoons of paprika to the liquid
and stir well before adding to the flour as it mixes.

SPINACH FETTUCCINE IN CREAMY DILL SAUCE
Pasta: Fettuccine, Linguine or Rigatoni
Great with any pasta, but this is very tasty with spinach pasta! Make your liquid for the pasta with fresh spinach juice or mix spinach with a small amount of water in a blender and strain before adding to the egg and oil mixture.
1 Tbsp.
Butter
1 tsp.
Garlic - finely chopped
1 cup
Heavy cream
1/4 cup
Parmesan cheese
2 Tbsp.
Fresh dill
1/2 cup
Tomatoes - diced
Salt & pepper to taste
Melt butter with garlic in pan. Add cream, salt, pepper, and Parmesan cheese. Stir until cheese is melted. Reduce heat, add fresh dill and diced tomatoes. Remove from heat and gently pour over pasta.

RUSSIAN BORSCHT P ASTA
Measure 2 cups of flour. To your liquid ingredients add oil plus egg. Use beet juice instead of water and 1 teaspoon ground sour salt. Serve as a side dish with sour cream.

PASTA WITH SUN DRIED TOMATOES & PINE NUTS
Pasta: Spaghetti, Fettuccini or Linguine
1/4 cup
Olive oil
1 clove
Garlic - finely chopped
2 Tbsp.
Italian herbs
1/4 cup
Sun dried tomato - cut tomatoes in 1/8" slices
1/4 cup
Pine nuts
Saute garlic in olive oil, then add herbs. Remove from heat and stir in sun dried tomatoes. Toss lightly with cooked pasta. Top with pine nuts. Serve with Parmesan cheese.

BASIC PASTA WITH FRESH TOMATOES
Pasta: Any of your favorites
6 Tbsp.
Olive oil
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - minced
2 Tbsp.
Basil - fresh, minced
1 cup
Ripe tomatoes - diced
Salt & pepper to taste
Parmesan cheese
Saute garlic. Add basil to hot skillet. Remove from heat and stir in fresh diced tomatoes. Pour lightly over fresh pasta. Serve with Parmesan cheese.

ARTICHOKE & BUTTER PASTA
Use 2 measuring cups of flour. Fill to "Oil+Egg+Liquid" line with: 1 egg, 2 tablespoons melted butter and fill to top of "Oil+Egg+Liquid" line with liquefied (pureed) artichoke hearts (cooked, or cooked and marinated) after straining artichoke juice through sieve. Serve with remaining artichoke hearts.

SOUTHWEST CHILI PASTA
Use 2 cups of bread or semolina flour. For your liquid, use: 1 egg, 2 teaspoons oil, 1 tablespoon chili powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon onion powder and fill with tomato juice to top of "Oil+Egg+Liquid" line on your measuring cup.

LEMON PEPPER PASTA & SHRIMP
Pasta: Lemon Pepper Linguine, Spaghetti or Fettuccine
1/4 cup
Olive oil
1 lb.
Fresh shrimp - peeled, deveined and butterflied
2 Tbsp.
Garlic - minced
2 Tbsp.
Oregano
1 Tbsp.
Lemon pepper
1 tsp.
Minced parsley
1 cup
Prepared pasta sauce
2 Tbsp.
White wine (optional)

Jan 07, 2015 | Cook's Essentials CooksEssentials Pasta...

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How do I cook pinto beans in a roaster oven?


Soak beans overnight in cold water, drain and rinse, place in roaster (adding a ham bone is a good seasoner), add salt (about 3/4 Tablespoon), cover with water, turn roaster on to 350 degrees, add hot liquid or ham juice when beans are going dry and stir. Don't check too often, because it will release heat and slow cooking time down. Takes 5 hours to fully cook. (Note: bean pkg has quick soak method which works in place of the overnigt soak)

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Vivitar 40 piece microscope set shrimp hatchery instructions


1. To hatch the eggs, first prepare a brine solution. Pour the entire contents of a vial containing sea salt into a quart of
tap water. Add the brine shrimp eggs into the
solution. Allow the solution to stand at room
temperature (70 - 80F or 21 - 26C) for 24
to 48 hours and the eggs will hatch into nauplius larvae (this is the first stage of development after leaving the eggs).
2. Place some of the larvae into one of the compartments of the shrimp hatchery .
3. Place some fresh brine solution in another
compartment. Add a small amount of yeast to
this new solution. Then, using the eyedropper, transfer some of the larvae into this compartment as well. The yeast will
serve as food and produce oxygen for the larvae as they develop into maturity. Without food and oxygen, the shrimp cannot develop
and will die. Mature brine shrimp are known
as Artemia Salina.
Note: Using an eyedropper with just the right
pressure to get a desired amount of liquid
onto a slide can be harder than it looks. Take
out a clean slide and practice squeezing a
drop of water onto the slide until you feel
comfortable that you can control the size of
the drop that you're squeezing out.
4. Observe the life cycle of the shrimp as they
grow: the dried eggs, the hatching eggs, the
developing larvae, and finally, the mature
shrimp.
5. The mature shrimp may be fed to fish in an
aquarium if you so wish. However, first
remove the shrimp from the brine solution
and place them into fresh water. An increase
in salt may harm the fish in the aquarium.
NOTE: Use the color filter especially when looking at clear or dim specimens.

Jan 20, 2013 | Vivitar 40 Piece Microscope Set

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Give me an examples of scientific method


For example....

problem: you want to know the ingredients lacking on the food you cooked...

hypothesis: you thought of a reason on why this happened... for example you proposed that salt is lacking because the food you cooked is very sweet...

experiment: you added salt in the food then tasted it again....

analysis: you found out that the tastes became balanced and improved...

conclusion: so you concluded that it so sweet so salt must be added to balance the taste...

Another example:
Scientific method:

Observation - you see something (say an ant on a kitchen table)
Question - (you ask, "Why is it there")
Hypothesis - you propose a reason (he's searching for food)
Experiment - you put food where he can reach it
Analysis - he doesn't take it, so you need a new hypothesis

You use the scientific method every time you test a hypothesis


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Jun 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How long do you boil prawns for


Hi,

Depending on the size, prawns and shrimp should be cooked in a matter of minutes. Larger prawns will take a few more minutes.

You can tell when prawns and shrimp are cooked, as they will turn a pink colour.

As a guide, small - medium sized shrimp will take 3 - 4 minutes, large shrimp will take 5 - 8 minutes and jumbo shrimp or prawn will need 7 - 8 minutes cooking time.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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Mar 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Shrimp Hatchery Instructions


according to the directions: condensed

prepare brine solution. pour all vile contents in to sea salt mixture,
fill 1quart of tap water
add brine shrimp into the 1 qt of water keep at 70- 80 degrees
should hatch in 24-48 hours

place into one of the compartments shrimp hatchery fig1 which is blue oval type container with dividers

place brine water with a small amount of yeast into a seperate compartment

use a dropper to place some of the larvea into this compartment
the larvea will feed on the yeast and provide oxygen


I have one of these and the light does not work it is brand new
is there a trick to it
email me if you can
IKNOWJESUS1@HOTMAIL.COM




Sep 01, 2008 | Science & Laboratory

2 Answers

Food sticks to basket


try using virgin olive oil...

May 27, 2007 | Rival CZF630 Deep Fryer

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