Recipes wanted for how to boil water …
To illustrate that there is AWAYS an alternative way of doing things, in my masterclasses I sometimes ask members to give me their ‘recipe for boiling water’. It sometimes may seem there could be only one way but–we always do get a range of recipes and ALWAYS some are better than others.
Ron Says: Recipe for boiled water. First, find a house that has a water spout, either one of your own or a rented one (house I mean). Get you a 3 quart saucepan. Stick it under the water faucet and turn on cold water. Using cold water gives you more flavor and takes a little longer to cook. Put it on the stove, any kind will do, even an open fire if you do not have a stove. Be careful to not overstir cause you might knock out the sides or bottom of your pan. One thing about boiled water is that you dont need any fancy spices or flavorings to make it taste right, just use it right out of the pan. Dont forget to turn on the fire under the pan. Cook long enough to suit yourself. If you like it hotter,let it boil alittle longer. Steam isnt good to use as boiling water, whatever you do, dont get interested in something else and forget your water. If you do it will evaporate into steam and you will have to start all over.
Dont let it burn either, that is the MAIN thing….
Nancy Says: I wonder how close a container of water would have to get to the sun to reach boiling point…?
Jess Says: When craving some boiled eggs, just give in and have some boiled water left over.
Paul Says: First put the kettle on , then Google “ways to boil water”!
Gardena Says: if you were to bring science in the kitchen then my recipe would be 4 balloons filled with Hydrogen gas and 2 Oxygen balloons filled with gas. source of heat: add 2 jars Oxygen to 4 jars of Hydrogen gas in one jar at room temperature and tightly cover the jar. ensure there is no escape of gas. heat the mixture to boil at 100 degrees C. if you need it hot then that is it.
Carol Says: a recipe for boiling water is one my car developed this week … Ingredients: Purple Proton Satria. One standard radiator- with faulty grill-thing. One warmish day. Method: Combine all ingredients and travel, unsuspectingly, across town and water is guaranteed to boil by the time one crosses Greenhill Road
Sam says: Build a parabolic trough. Buy a sheet of lightweight material 900mm wide, ideally about a meter long. Cover it in foil. Suspend it at the 900 mm ends so it dips 100mm and forms a natural parabola under gravity. The ends will now be 800mm apart. Position a heat conductive pipe full of water at the focal point mid way between the 800 mm distant sides. Now you have a parabolic trough water heater. Position in the sun for around 1kw of energy of intake, about 700W reflected on a sunny day. Then wait.
Michael Says: First you need some water. Then you need some heat. Then you need enough time to heat the water to boiling point.
julio says: My recipe for boiling water is:
1- Do not think too much, just laugh and enjoy your time
Ally says: Being an over-educated non-scientist I really need some more information, including:
1. What quantity of boiled water is required?
2. When is this boiled water required?
3. Who is ordering the boiled water?
4. What is the price for this job? Is it an open tender?
5. Where is this boiled water required to be delivered to?
6. Can the boiled water be delivered cold or must it be still boiling?
7. If cold boiled water is sufficient is there any requirement (minimum or maximum) for time lapse between time boiled and delivery time?
8. What is the purpose for the boiled water?
9. Who are the end-users of this boiled water?
10. Are there any Health & Safety Laws which we need to comply with or be aware of?
Evie says: Too funny…but teaching English as a second language I quite frequently have to explain boiling water so I pretend the water’ hot by sticking my finger into the glass and yanking it out with a painfully burned yelp and matching expression on my face. How could it be easier? Develop a high temp, low energy use, safety secured, quick recovery water heater, set the thermostat to the desired temperature required to produce boiling water – approximately 100 degrees celsius and turn on the tap…enjoy!
DFQ: So, what is YOUR recipe for boiled water?