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#61 Thanks for the Crepes

Thanks for the Crepes
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Posted 29 March 2015 - 03:34 AM

Thanks for your reply, hummingbirdkiss,  :smile:


But again this recipe calls for expensive equipment which is way out of my ken.


I know dosas were made thousands of years ago, and I know they were made without specialty Indian grinders that exist today or a Vitamix. They did not have electricity when these things were invented.


I want to know how to make them without expensive equipment. I'm almost sure it is possible. As I said before, much of India suffers from lack of electric power or regular outages. They make dosas everyday, and I would love to know how they do this without expensive equipment.


I may be too old to do it, even if given the path, but I'd still like to know how it was/is done.


I have a small mortar and pestle, and I suspect that's how they did it, only with a larger one.

Edited by Thanks for the Crepes, 29 March 2015 - 03:38 AM.

I want to move to another planet, with pure spring water.


This planet would have a global climate like Hawaii, California, Florida.


We'd raise perfect and abundant flora and fauna!


Want to come with?



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