- Oct 28, 2012
- Detector(s) used
- Fisher F5, T2SE, F2 for the boys, XP Deus
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
That's an awesome looking copper pot WD
Dang! I did not know all of that! So if SHTF, this could/would be a crucial piece to have?That's an awesome looking copper pot WD
Copper was used as a cooking vessels because it conducts heat so well.
I agree on the apple butter as it's a tad too acidic for this vessel.
Now if you suspect the water is a tad funky (neighbour's cow patty infecting the ground water)
Here is a helpful tip.
"Water stored in copper pots can eliminate E.Coli within 24 hours. It also helps combat water borne diseases like Salmonella, typhus, Shigella spp., cholera and viruses such as, Enterovirus and Hepatitis A"
Most big companies use copper vessels for making beer/candy.Dang! I did not know all of that! So if SHTF, this could/would be a crucial piece to have?
No....the island is there. It's just invisible until the right conditions. I believe it's called "Fantasy Island".I also saw another freak optical illusion.....a false island made from light raine hitting the water miles away.....the light spray on top of the water from the raindrops hitting the ocean creates a low haze that also refracts like a rainbow, but only about 2 -3 feet above the water......from 5 or more miles away this looks like an island that formed out of nowhere !!
When a ridge runner has to tread flatland , a lift on the shorter leg can help.Bart just reminded me that I forgot to answer releventchair.
Yes, I have been to chiropractor before and he made mention of my foot/leg always being shorter than the other. One day not too long ago, I had a memory of my teenage years. Two summers in a row my right foot was in a cast for breaking my ankle in the same spot no less. Any way, at the time “they” were using this rubber stub in the bottom of the cast for a person to be able to walk on it without crutches. I have to wonder if this didn’t cause me to be whopper-jawed now. 🤷♀️
Looks like I am going to be able to make one heck of a meringue pie! LolMornin all.
Most of us get away with making meringues and egg white foams in clean, stainless steel bowls, yet chefs insist copper is better, and have done so for hundreds of years. Is there a scientific reason behind using copper bowls to whip egg whites? As you beat those whites, the whipping action of...www.thekitchn.com
Now this will be a sight to behold…. We must have Pics of Pirate Peps aboard this vessel on the maiden voyage…. 🍿 at the ready…… 😆 xx