[Darkroom] Coffee and Orange Juice
kaptures at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 17:11:29 PDT 2011
Yeah. Not to be too nit-picky here, but it isn't really *orange juice*.
There have been some that have tried, some studies (*like this one at
OJ simply doesn't have *nearly* enough ascorbic acid content IIRC. Use of
Vitamin C tablets or pure ascorbic acid is recommended. I had been buying
my ascorbic acid from a store on Polk near Broadway (is it Real Foods?).
Well, they had run out one day. I asked a sales person when more would be
in. It is their own brand, and was 40% of the price of the other brands...
She happened to be the buyer for the store. She looked at the shelf and
said to me,
"*oh my, that price isn't right. It shouldn't be $7.62 for that size.
order pricing sheet] *That is mismarked. The price is $15.80. *[places
new shelf tag]. *We'll have more in by next week."*
Oooops. You can blame me for that one. (not that I had pointed it out to
her or anything). I've never walked into the store again. And they had a
couple sales persons who did caffenol-C development too. Bummer. *sigh*
*One of my caffenol-C recipes is listed in the photo description of my
flickr photo here* <http://www.flickr.com/photos/ambientimages/4254223891/>.
It might seem like a convoluted 'stretch', but I *frequently* used *this
site to research household food items* <http://nutritiondata.self.com/> that
might work well as developing agents. Laugh at me if you will, but their
info has proven to be extremely relevant for my soup recipe needs.
On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 4:26 PM, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
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