Anova were advertising this https://www.johnlewis.com/stasher-silicone-multi-purpose-kitchen-storage-bag-clear/p3244597 a reusable silicone bag.
You can use food bags but I found it was a bit of a hassle getting the air out so they'd float around and not always seal. I went with a cheapo vacuum sealer https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075GVHJW4/ you can get a big roll where you seal both ends so you can fit them to the necessary size https://www.amazon.co.uk/Vacuum-Food-Sealer-Rolls-SousVideTools/dp/B00C9CS28O
Serious Eats has some good sous vide stuff http://www.seriouseats.com/2016/01/first-thing-to-cook-with-sous-vide-immersion-circulator-essential-recipes.html
Damn this curling is addictive. Getting into squeaky bum time.
I'm selling something on Ebay for the first time in years, just did a standard auction which has six days left to run. I've received a message asking if there is a buy it now price.
Shall I just leave the auction as is? Is there a way to add a buy it now price (and any benefit to me of doing so)?
Does anyone want an original XBox with about a dozen games and cables (including a couple of Xbox port to USB converters, no idea if they allow modern controller use) but no controllers. Has been soft-modded to run XBMC and also has remote control.
Need it gone so if anyone wants to take it away it let me know.
It depends how extreme you want to go.
The best option would be installing a custom ROM, not using any google stuff, etc but that is quite a ballache.
You need to decide who you are trying to stop collecting the data.
Not much. The pia app has some extra adblocking features that you can turn on and you only input your password once.
For open VPN you have to download each profile and input username and password for each server. It's only 30 seconds of a job for each though so it makes very little difference.
What is the recommendation for cheap, secure and weather proof. Looking to replace my lock that spends all year locked to the bike racks at work so weight/convenience isn't an issue. It's relatively public so doesn't need to be the most secure lock ever.
Good to see the refs have finally started listening to Pep's concerns.
Labour introduced tuition fees and replaced maintenance grants with loans. From what I remember they also trebled tuition fees and there was some kind of controversy surrounding that, they'd said in a previous manifesto that they wouldn't increase tuition fees or something.
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