from the urls-we-dig-up dept
Everyone likes a good home-cooked meal. And making everything “from scratch” seems to be a popular thing to do, especially if you have entirely too much free time. If you’re up to the challenge, here are just a few pointers to recipes that you might want to try someday.
- Making a small batch of your own artisanal High-Fructose Corn Syrup is possible with a DIY kit that includes glucose isomerase and everything you’ll need to produce HFCS in your home kitchen. That lab-produced enzyme prevents this product from being labelled “organic” — but rest assured that the result will contain a carbon-based food. [url]
- Homemade Soylent is a DIY liquid diet, made from blending up a bunch of powdered nutrients. It doesn’t taste so great, and you’ll probably miss chewing and the texture of regular foods… but liquid diets are at the very least a time-saver since it doesn’t require cooking (or that pesky chewing). [url]
- Gourmet marshmallows can be handmade with a wide array of flavors like lemon coconut, chai and cherry chocolate chip. Making your own marshmallows isn’t rocket surgery, but the tricky part is making them shelf-stable…. [url]
If you’d like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post via StumbleUpon.