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I was about to answer but you beat me to it
It tends to get a little cloudy. It is nothing to worry about, IMO, and will clear up in your juice - at least, that is my experience.
I saved the site,Skunk
Cool,that works for me.
@Skunk! Have you tried the FLV Bourbon? If so how sweet?
I added smoked butterscotch to it so I couldn't really tell you. Even with the butterscotch it isn't too sweet for me. I don't care much for sweet either.
Cheesecake anyone? I'm liking this one
Strawberry Rhubarb Cheesecake
Cap Graham Cracker 1.5%
Cap NY Cheesecake 6%
Hangsen Italian Cream 1%
INW Rhubarb 1%
TFA Strawberry Ripe 1.5%
Whoops,had to fix the strawberry on that.
That was my first use of Hangsen Italian Cream in a cheesecake mix. Makes me glad I just added a 30ml.
I hope you’re right ... I have a bottle with both and a little vanilla gelato steeping. Can’t wait to try it! Have you mixed it with anything else (besides tobacco)?
Why, that good? Eagerly awaiting mine; should be here Wed. BCF & ECX delivered today. Stash at 209 and more incoming. Going to raise my limit to 225 for now.
Yes,I think it is. Lol On the stash count
Sooooo Awhile back I added a touch of Brie Cheese to my White Chocolate Cheesecake. I didn't know what to expect from the Brie so I'm happy to say I like it. It adds a touch of cheese to the cheesecake and it's not sweet. I added .75% to 30ml. I'll be working up another recipe however because this needs a touch of fruit.
I'm not sure if I like the Hangsen Italian Cream or the Brie Cheese best in a cheesecake. About equal right now. I know one or the other will be used in all future cheesecake recipes and remixes of my regulars also.
No. I just did the one recipe. I am hooked on peppermint right now.
I'll stick with the italian cream...I can eat mascarpone cheese anytime, brie not so much. Makes for a nice occasional treat with cranberry sauce.
You should try it. I hate Brie Cheese but I like this flavor at low %.
I'm behind a bit, but didn't want this to get past me without chiming in...
@IDJoel , you have no idea how many pages of notes your DIY posts consume (in a good way) within my DIY notes Word document.
You explain things in a way that fully (<-- key word here) makes sense, to me, at least. You may think your posts are too long, but (to me) they're essential for the average 'dummy' (i.e., inexperienced) DIYer, like me.
So... Keep 'em comin'!
I think they are essential for pretty much all diyer's.
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