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2012-09-14 01:43:47 PM  
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Ivo Shandor Haven't read all of the comments so this may have been covered already, but you get better cubes if you boil the water first to de-gas it. Don't use it straight out of the tap. Also, after the outer 1/16 inch or so has frozen, take the tray out of the freezer and break up the ice. This reduces the pressure buildup you would otherwise get when the liquid center freezes and expands (assuming that you're just using standard kitchen equipment instead of putting the tray on a coldplate for bottom-up freezing).

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2012-09-14 12:07:04 PM  
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The instructions were not very clear. I ended up with my dick caught in the ceiling fan.

/I went there...
2012-09-14 11:49:30 AM  
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