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hbajpai

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Think pizza dough. You can also try the sillyputty.
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udu

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Originally Posted by "hbajpai"
Think pizza dough. You can also try the sillyputty.
What is the sillyputty? ops:
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scodoha

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You must use soft wheat flour, organically grown and harvested on a full moon. The gayatri mantra must be chanted over it for a minimum of 2 hours. It must then be left in the dark at minimum 20% humidity at no more than 20 degrees centigrade for 3 weeks. The grain then must only be ground clockwise with sedimentary rocks while chanting the same gyatri mantra. The finished flour must be stored for another 2 months in the same previously described conditions. Only rain water from rain that has fallen at night may be used for the mixing. The rain must be collected in clay vessels and stored a minimum of 2 months. The mixing must be done on banana leaves from the Mahrashtra district from the north side of trees growing for a minimum of two years. If you must ask when the wheat must be grown or what the flour shoud be stored in, you're not paying attention. Good luck with your madal.
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hbajpai

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Purely a response to Scodoha's post:
Very funny:-). Enjoyed it and I must say you write well with good imagary.

Now in response to the original post:

Google for mehfiltub and go to mehfiltube.magnify.net. Scroll to bottom and click on pakhwaj. Scan through all videos and you will find one in there that shows you how atta is applied and the consistency of it.
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Swara

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hbajpai,2 days ago I gave a link to the same video
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udu

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Thank you guys.
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