Russian Mix

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I ain't afraid of cooking... like that Swedish Chef in the Muppet Show. This time novakmisi was the chef, on his way cook the film. The menu was Russian Mix, the name was inspired form those Russian cameras he uses.

For this we need : a cup of tea, from 50 g black tea in a 5 dl water and left it ten days to room temperature while shaking it once in a while on a daily basis. I used a plastic bottle. After this, heat the tea on 70 Celsius (not boiling), add a tea spoonful salt and 1cm Paradontox toothpaste and finally add 1 pair secret tablets witch was use on Veterinary clinic named Burov Solubrete (blue is Lead acetate crystal 7,8g and the white is Aluminum potassium sulfate 4,9g). In my country can buy in any drugstore, over-the-counter without any prescription. This concoction would look like a hot muddy water. Put a film in this soup and simmer it in 5minutes max./ not boiled !. Wash it in a cold water and dry it in a dark place afterwards. This soup can use more time !

Have a fun !!!

LOMO LK-A
MECCANO LOMO
CANON EOS 300

written by novakmisi on 2011-04-11 in #gear #tipster #russian-mix #russian-cameras #film #cooking #tee #colors #russian-tea #lab-rat #april #novakmisi #tipster #2011 #tea #salt

5 Comments

  1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    very good results!

  2. nural
    nural ·

    I love the results of Canon!!!

  3. stouf
    stouf ·

    Bravo !

  4. novakmisi
    novakmisi ·

    thnx for all likes and comments !!! : ))

  5. fad
    fad ·

    wow, only the brave one can achieve this effect... X)

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