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Fermented Garlic

INGREDIENTS: 12-14 heads of garlic Brine of 1 quart fresh water + 2 Tbsp. sea salt Herbs such as basil or oregano if desired INSTRUCTIONS: Peel garlic removing the paper skin. Fill a quart jar within 1 inch of the top with the … Continue reading

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Campfire Cobbler

INGREDIENTS 6 peaches, chopped 2 c. raspberries 1 c. blueberries 1 c. chopped strawberries 1/4 c. plus 2 tbsp. sugar, divided 2 tbsp. cornstarch 2 tsp. ground cinnamon pinch of kosher salt 2 1/3 c. Bisquick Mix 1/2 c. milk  DIRECTIONS In a bowl, combine fruit, 1/4 cup sugar, … Continue reading

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Juniper EX4300 pam files corrupt

Amnesiac (ttyu0) login: root rts_filter_prep_fields error getting rt_flags in rtentry_t Amnesiac (ttyu0) login: root Amnesiac (ttyu0) login: Amnesiac (ttyu0) login: root Amnesiac (ttyu0) Huh no prompt for a password there just login: over and over. Boot into single user mode. … Continue reading

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Tasmota Martin Jerry Smart Switch

I also have some Martin Jerry smart plugs that I loaded Tasmota on. One problem with these is they display as OFF in the Tasmota software when they are on. I removed entries from GPI04 and GPI05 to get rid … Continue reading

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Italian Bread Recipe

3 cups flour 2 tsp. sugar ½ tsp. salt 1 pkg. (2¼ tsp.) dry yeast 1 cup warm water 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 egg white, beaten In large bowl, mix flour, sugar, salt, and dry yeast. Add warm water … Continue reading

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Hubitat

I decided to move my smart home devices to Hubitat from SmartThings. The hub is small about two by two inches and half an inch thick. It uses an external Z-wave/Zigbee stick. About Half the size of my SmartThings hub. … Continue reading

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Garage Door Opener with WiFi

I bought this switch from Amazon its listed as the wireless garage door opener remote WiFi switch universal. I connected terminals L and N to 110 volt AC power I connected this to twelve volts DC on the red and black … Continue reading

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