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You can whip up this super-easy edible paper in as little as 15 minutes and use it for secret messages, decorative foods, and more!
You can buy large cold-brew towers, but they’re expensive, aimed at coffee shops. Make your own instead, and automate it using Arduino.
Ditch the dairy and use this velvety-smooth secret ingredient in your next latte.
A tasty pineapple snack provides the raw materials to build your own wobbling robot toy. This little guy will shake and vibrate simply by turning its head.
Praise the pork belly — two of the world’s best cured meats are easy to make at home.
Create robot toys from the cans left over from Thanksgiving. Grab a drill and a turkey sandwich, and get ready to make this great Black Friday project.
Create your own drip-brew coffee stand out of hardwood using a CNC router and a simple, elegant design template.
What do you get when you mix blueberry preserves with edible glitter? That’s right, space jam!
Trying to find the perfect finger food for your next Halloween party? Have you considered... fingers!
Learn how to remotely monitor your beer fridge on the web using a Raspberry Pi computer and a Nintendo Wii balance board.
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Everyone is clamoring about the newest, cutest Star Wars droid and how to build him. I wanted to build my own BB-8 droid, but without robotics or magnets. I also wanted him to be edible. And delicious. (And vegan.)
Build a super-efficient, easy-to-use backyard oven that’ll never put cinders in your pizza.
Lots of folks think that quaffing a cup of coffee from boutique beans comes close to nirvana, but roasting your own beans will bring you even closer.
Three cordless screwdrivers and a microcontroller = perfect small batch coffee roasting.
Don’t steal fruit from your neighbor’s fig tree — clone it!
Making butter is easy! All you need is a mason jar and heavy whipping cream.
Quick and tasty, vinegar pickling is great for preserving a surprising variety of fruits and veggies.
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