CheeseHusker dos <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Oct 9, 4:47 pm, James Silverton <jim.silver...@verizon.net> wrote:
>> On 10/9/2012 5:24 PM, Jim Brown wrote:
>>> On Oct 9, 2:19 pm, "The Undead Edward M. Kennedy" <e...@o.com>
>>>> On a more seriuos not, when I went to NYC last week I went
>>>> to this really cool bar with drinks that had this fog pouring out
>>>> of them. I asked the bartender about it and he said it was
>>>> liquid nitrogen.
>>>> I went to Lowes and Home Depot but neither of them had it.
>>>> Neither did the kitchen accessory store at the mall. Where do
>>>> you get this stuff? Any recipes?
>>> Your local ag coop...its called Anhydrous Ammonia....I can't see
>>> where it'd be very palateable though....besides growing corn with
>>> it its used to make meth much faster than without....the numbers I
>>> heard, without NH3 = 12 hours for a batch...with NH3 = 15 minutes
>>> for a batch.
>>> Now where was I? ...
>> Ammonia is NH3 and nitrogen N2.
> NH3 is commonly referred to as "liquid nitrogen" - this to distinguish
> it from "dry nitrogen" which you can commonly find in lawn and garden
> Yet another person who is unfaimiliar with the actual production of
But liquid nitrogen *is* used in the production of food beyond the farm, and
it is not fertilizer. Yet another person who is unfamiliar with the actual
production of food.