How many walnuts to make 2 ounces of wormwood concentrate?
Wormwood concentrate is made from wormwood, oddly enough.
If you want it for making absinthe, I can't advise against it strongly enough. You'll get something that takes terrible and could be toxic. Pretty hard to get toxic concentrations if you start with wormwood.
If one ounce of concentrate is needed to make a gallon of liquid how many ounces of concentrate do you need to make 30 gallons?
30 ounces. Roughly a quart. Quart=32 ounces Read More
If 1 gallon of concentrate is needed to make 100 gallons of water how many ounces of concentrate is needed for 3 gallons of water?
4 OUNCES Read More
Yes, walnuts can make dogs sick; please do not give them walnuts! Read More
8 / 50 = .16 .16 * 2.64 = .4224 ounces Now find a way of weighing 0.4224 ounces accurately! Read More
Walnuts are used for many things, cookies, breads, cakes, and salads. The husks of black walnuts is used to make a dark brown dye. Read More
Yes, parakeets can eat walnuts. Make sure they are unsalted walnuts though, because salt is not part of a parakeet's natural diet and can be harmful. Read More
SPOILER you have to defeat Gadorongo, get the Wyrmlight bow and make your way across wormwood canyon before they will actually like you Read More
If 2.5 gallons of round-up concentrate makes 300 gallons how much would it take to make 125 gallons?
how many ounces do of roundup do I mix with two gallons of water? Read More
Yes, raw walnuts are gluten free. However be mindful of allergy information on the back of packages. Make sure no wheat is involved in the processing or packaging of the nuts! Walnuts are one of the best nuts to eat, enjoy! Read More
Roman Wormwood, Florence fennel, and Anise Read More
I sure as hell hope not... Read More
Walnut oil is sometimes used in cosmetics, however "walnuts" are generally not used in manufactured cosmetics. Ground up walnuts do make a good exfoliant though. Read More
No worse than juice not-from-concentrate. To concentrate a juice, you are only removing some of the water from it. When you later "make" the juice, you add water back to it. Read More
It is made from powdered root of asphodel which is added to an infusion of wormwood. Read More
4 quarter-ounces make one ounce, so 12 quarter-ounces make 3 ounces. Read More
It's the only way to let your senses make any sense of anything. To fix on an object. You do not concentrate only when you're tinking... you concentrate when you recognize object by you eyes... you concentrate when you recognize smells with your nose... and so on. Read More
yes because oil is fat and walnuts make you fat so it does have oil Read More
picking up pincecones, and walnuts. Read More
Possibly, depending upon what the worm or larva is. It's more likely that you wouldn't get sick, but I would recommend removing the worm from the walnuts before eating any of them. Also, if you could cook the walnuts (such as roasting or heating them) before eating them, that would also make them safer. Read More
Artemesia Absinthium, or Grand Wormwood. Same as the one that's used to make the drink Absinthe. Read More
To make one liter of orange squash you need 200ml of orange concentrate what proportion of the orange squash is orange concentrate?
20% Read More
Concentrate is a regular verb so you add -ed to make the past tense = concentrated Read More
28 ounces minus 14.75 ounces is the number of ounces needed. And that is 13.25 ounces. Read More
to make them wide awake this is what the Romans thought Read More
Ususally 3 cans of water to one can of juice concentrate....or what the label instructs. Read More
Concentrate juice is usually extremely sweet and would be difficult to drink as is. You must dilute with water to make a more drinkable juice. The advantage is that you can control how sweet you want it to be. If you buy juice already diluted from a concentrate, it's usually weaker than what you would have it if you diluted it yourself. Usually, companies will pre-mix a juice and make it weak just to get… Read More
No. Or at least not yet! :) it's a cool idea, though. You certainly can't do it in your basement as a hobby. But walnuts contain carbon, and diamonds are carbon. Theoretically, with enough walnuts, a great deal of time and with MUCH more technology than you would find in your average dwelling, it would not be impossible to get diamonds out of walnuts. The cost of such a project would likely be many times… Read More