Tea tree oil is distilled from the leaves of an evergreen shrub called Melaleuca alternifolia. The plant is native to Australia and used by Aboriginal people for cleaning wounds and other skin problems.
If all else fails, a replacement rubber part can be molded usting a latex mold. Clean the original rubber part and create a rubber mold by
painting it with multiple coats of latex mold material (available at artist supply stores). Carefully separate the mold from the original
part and place it in a bed of sand for support. Fill the mold with a silicone room temperature vulcanizing (RTV) rubber, or a Polyurethane Casting Resin (also both available at artist supply stores).
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Canned fish as emergency food in preparation against sudden lockdown.
Nutrition requires a variety of food. For emergency you can eat rice to supply your body with carbohydrate for energy but you also need other food to satisfy the complex nutrition requirements of your body. After rice, mung beans, you also need canned fish in your food supply to prepare for sudden prolonged emergency.
1. Advantage of canned fish.
They supply protein, calcium and omega-3 fat and they also have long storage time.
2. Selecting good canned fish.
Figure 1: Three brands of canned chunks of tuna and canned sardines. They are made in Spain and Scotland.
Choose sardines and tuna cuts in tomato sauce or olive oil. Buy only those cans from reputable brands which are made in countries with reputable health standards.
Store in cool place. Use up old stocks before their expiry dates and replace them with fresh stock.
4. Cooking canned fish for food.
Figure 2: Prepared canned fish to be served with fresh lettuce.
Open the can of fish. Transfer the whole content into a proper cooking saucepan (made of thermal glass or of ceramic or of stainless steel). Heat up (by microwave or by conventional heating method) to simmering and let the content simmer for 5 minutes. If necessary add a little amount of water to prevent the food from drying up. After the food has simmered for 5 minutes, it is ready for serving.
So prepared canned fish can be served with fresh, clean lettuce, sliced tomatoes, sliced purple onion as a delicatessen dish. The dish can be consumed with fresh bread, with boiled rice or with prepared instant noodle.
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Comment by tinytran2015: In Melbourne (Australia), residents are taxed for collecting rainwater running off their roofs! In the same time, petrol is sold for $1.50/litre while bottled drink water is sold in petrol stations for $2.00/600ml. Yes, in thw longer term, water may cost as much as petrol in this city of Australia.
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