Yellow Flowers

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Yellow Flowers
Homemade recipe
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Ilford FP4 Plus developed in homemade Caffenol C-L 70min @ 20°C

Caffenol C-L
500 ml Filtered Water
8gr Anhydrous Washing Soda
5gr Vitamin C
0.5gr KBr
20gr Instant coffee ("Winny")
60 sec. agitations then let stand for 69 minutes

Coral Pano
Homemade recipe
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Pentax 645N • Arsat MC 30mm f:3.5 fisheye
Adox CMS 20 ISO film in homemade Caffenol CL-CN 15min @ 20°C
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Coral Beach • Isle of Skye • Scotland

Caffenol CL-CN
500 ml Filtered Water
5gr Anhidrous Washing Soda
1gr Vitamin C
6gr Instant coffee ("Winny")
60 sec. agitations then 3 times every 3 minutes for 15 minutes, fixing 60 sec.

Garlicky Dill Pickles
Homemade recipe
Image by kern.justin
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These are some homemade pickles that I made along with my friend Heather in our fermentation class. These are true fermented pickles made with plenty of fresh dill and garlic. We made them by washing pickling cucumbers well in warm water and quartering them. We cleaned a plastic container very well and sprinkled a layer of pickling spices on the bottom of the container. We then packed the quartered cucumbers into the container and topped with more pickling spice, whole peeled garlic, and fresh dill. We then mixed up a salt brine and added a few ounces of sourdough starter to introduce the necessary bacteria to start fermentation. We poured the brine over the cucumbers until they were completely submerged. We carefully placed a layer of plastic wrap directly on top of the brine and allowed to ferment at room temperature for 1 week. A week later the pickled turned from a fresh bright green to a brown-green and the flesh was soft and clear. The garlic had turned teal from the pickling process. We removed the pickles from the brine and mixed a new brine to store the pickles in. These are so incredibly flavorful. They’re both soft and crunchy and perfect with an oversized sandwich.