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  1. The ridiculous: https://www.amazon.ca/ABEST-Portable-Adjustable-Workbench-Woodworking/dp/B07LGGZFWG/ref=asc_df_B07LGGZFWG/?tag=googleshopc0c-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=335241488547&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2293474962225604128&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1002400&hvtargid=pla-905374060763&psc=1 Like it would work, but would you want it on your counter?
  2. Wild Alaska Company has gotten some play on here - got this email: Last call! Join today and level up on your summer meal plan with our healthy, sustainably sourced seafood and receive a free pound of Spot Prawns. Save a total of $50 on your first 2 boxes of Wild Alaskan seafood and we'll include a pound of delicious Spot Prawns in your first box! But hurry, this offer will be gone tomorrow! Promo code: PRAWN50 If this is of interest p
  3. Wild Alaska Company has gotten some play on here - got this email: Last call! Join today and level up on your summer meal plan with our healthy, sustainably sourced seafood and receive a free pound of Spot Prawns. Save a total of $50 on your first 2 boxes of Wild Alaskan seafood and we'll include a pound of delicious Spot Prawns in your first box! But hurry, this offer will be gone tomorrow! Promo code: PRAWN50 If this is of interest p
  4. One of the reviews (Jesse H.) shows it being used in an APO. p
  5. Looks like for small size pizzas p
  6. In the Anova Precision Oven Community I asked about using Alexa with the oven - here is the response: What can you do with it? Here are the voice prompts you can do with your Anova Oven and the Anova Oven Skill. Say "Alexa, " followed by: Preheat/Cook style command Preheat my oven to 350 degrees. Set my oven to Sous Vide at 125 degrees. Set my oven to Bake at 325 degrees. Bake my cookies at 350 degrees in my oven. Set my oven to Sous Vide mode at 125 degrees. Air fry my vegetables at 400 degrees in my oven. Set my oven to dehydrate at 140 degrees. Modes Turn my oven off. Set my oven to Sous Vide mode. [Alexa will prompt for a temp] Set my oven to Proof. [Will set to Sous Vide mode, 100% at 85F] Set my oven to Steam. [Will set to Sous Vide mode, 100% at 212F] Set my oven to Convection Steam. [Will set to Sous Vide mode, 100% at 212F] Set my oven to Bake. [Will set to 350F 0% steam.] Set my oven to Convection Bake. [Will set to 350F 0% steam.] Set my oven to Broil. [Will set to 450F 0% steam. Top Element] Set my oven to Dehydrate. [Will set to 137F 0% steam. Bottom Element] Food Probe / Cook to Core Sous Vide my chicken to 145 degrees in my oven. Bake my pork to 165 degrees in my oven. Cook with a Timer Sous Vide my fish in my oven at 125 degrees for 30 minutes. Bake my cookies in my oven at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Questions You Can Ask What is my oven’s temperature? (Oven must be cooking) What is the temperature of the food in my oven? (Needs the food probe inserted) Notes The responses Alexa gives are controlled by Amazon. We can’t edit or change these. If you try cooking with the door open, the skill detects this, and prevents you from starting the cook until the door is closed. If you try cooking to core with a food probe, but the probe isn’t connected, the skill will ask you to connect the probe. For these last two notes above please note: There is a current PVT Firmware bug that prevents quick detection of the door closing/opening or probe being inserted/removed. This is known with a fix being worked. Currently it can take up to 5 minutes to detect these event. Or, if you open the app and then try the command again, this forces the oven to update state. Obviously the commands only give partial control over the oven, but it might be handy for some p
  7. I didn't realize there was one drumsticks specifically the one I was referring to was: https://oven.anovaculinary.com/recipe/wttK3xUw6HH3zPw5XOzL I chose the more "traditional" target temp of 155F and was quite pleased with the result - comments weren't too supportive of the lower target (each to his own) - the recipe is a winner, but cleanup is not. p
  8. Check out the Roast Chicken 101 recipe - works really well, except... One issue on the finish - grease, oil splatter & smoke in oven and kitchen Go ahead if you have lots of Easy Off on hand. p
  9. If it's worth saying, it's worth repeating 👅 p
  10. Agree with the assessment with the exception of the Breadmaker - some times I have it do all the work, but most just produce the raw dough that I use variously. I have a superautomatic espresso machine that grinds the beans automatically - I just add beans and water, press a button and I get espresso 😀 p
  11. Compare with APO? p
  12. Quote: "A BMS is defined as an electronic system that manages a rechargeable battery (single cell or battery pack) by monitoring its state, calculating secondary data, reporting that data, protecting the battery, controlling its environment, and/or balancing it." Basically, it's a buffer between the battery and its load which keeps both happy - as per your pix it does look like there's some electronics present (the circuit board) so that might be what that is. I wouldn't sweat it, just replace the batteries and enjoy the rest of your KA's life. p
  13. Samsung INR18650-15M Cell Specifications Here's a link: https://secondlifestorage.com/index.php?threads/samsung-inr18650-15m-cell-specifications.1758/ p
  14. I bow to your much better grounded experience (you've got one and I haven't) p
  15. As it stands, I'm sure that's true, but after converting? p
  16. Not sure which model you have, but https://support.ooni.com/support/solutions/articles/24000058320-ooni-koda-16-natural-gas-conversion-kit-manual p
  17. Those are standard 18650 Li batteries - a local source would be a Vape shop as they are used extensively in Vaping devices. Really low cost and are what you need. Again be careful. If the batteries are just "press fit" you're laughing, otherwise you may have to unsolder them and re-solder new ones polarity is important. Just call them and tell them you need a Samsung 18650 - the brand isn't important. p
  18. Conversion kits are available for BBQs - try manufacturer - then try BBQ Galore in Burlington - I bought a NGas cooktop that I had to convert to propane, no problem - last resort try a gasfitter. p
  19. Totally agree - standard Li batteries in a "custom" case, problem is as said getting to them. Look for "industrial" batteries not "consumer" brands - no Duracell or Eveready - , AliExpress or other overseas markets are a good source. !!!CAUTION!!! Li batteries are extremely dangerous - risk of explosion and fire - handle with care! Ask Tesla Proper handling should not make this a problem. p
  20. Second time around with the "Roast Chicken 101" recipe and the LAST time. Turned out not as well as the first, but the smoke, grease splatter and resultant odors in kitchen and oven have taken this item off the menu permanently! Anyone else tried this and what was your experience? As an aside, the next day I did baguettes: Dough in Zojirushi BB-HAC10 (https://www.zojirushi.com/app/recipe/baguette) Then proofed and baked in APO using the "Baguette 101" recipe. Worked well, but reduced the browning stage to about 6 minutes as they were over-browning. p
  21. Do you have access to piped in gas (natural or propane?) Tanks are so very pernickety. p
  22. My backup Model T is still under a tarp. 😝 p
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