Cheese

Cheese was first eaten by single-celled organisms on Earth around 4.2 to 4.0 Billion years ago. It is a fundamental aspect to the origin of life. Cheese landed on this planet via the comet Colby when it crashed into Earth’s crust spreading cheese particles around the globe. This created what scientists call the primordial soup. […]

Read More

Olive Oil – Update

The centrifuge turned up today. I am going to use it to make Vegemite. Before I do, I am going use it on the product I made when trying to make olive oil, to see if it will separate all the parts. At the moment there is water, very fine particles of the olive flesh, […]

Read More

Vegemite

I’ll be using a centrifuge and beer waste to make Vegemite.

Read More

Olive Oil

I found a way to turn unripe olives into a homogenised goo that smells really nice.

Read More

Chewing Gum

Chewing gum. A guilt free way of eating sugar. The sugar is bound to the gum so you get all the flavour with no empty calories.

Read More

Milo

What’s the difference between a rocket booster on Elon Musks latest creation the Falcon 9 and Milo? Milo is packed full of enough energy to keep a 12 kid playing all afternoon without having to come back to earth.

Read More

Beer

I turn plants matter and sugar into beer using a big glass bottle.

Read More

Dry Aged Beef

Cannibals knew of the extraodinary qualities of dry aged beef. As told by the ancient tribes of Papua New Guinea, the older the tribes man the tastier the feast. This has been passed down by generation after generation and now, thankfully for the most of us, we just dry age our beef.

Read More

Bringing Home The Bacon

This follows on from my original Bacon post Here it is. After turning it over pretty much every day for 7 days. I took it out of it’s bag, washed it off and soaked it in water for an hour. While I was making Cornflakes I started the coals for the Weber and set it up […]

Read More

Cornflakes update

Here they are. Yummy and crunchy Cornflakes. If I was to do this again I would make them thinner. For a first try though not bad. I don’t think the economics adds up for this one, but for the kudos of making things from scratch. Not a bad one. For a rundown on how I […]

Read More