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Sponge cake is a cake combining flour, sugar, and eggs, leavened with baking powder and baked until firm, yet light and having a fluffy texture.sponge cake sheets using eggs ,this is the basic sheets used in making variety of cakes
6 number eggs
1 cup flour
BASIC SPONGE CAKE
Egg whites of 6 eggs separated
egg yolk of 6 eggs
1 cup of all purpose flour or maida
1 cup of powdered sugar
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
baking sheet,non stick spray
• Preheat the oven to 375′ F for 15 mins
• Separate the egg whites from egg yolks and beat the egg whites in the mixer or whisk the whites with a whisk
• till the whites turn fluffy and stand.(if using mixer it will take 5 mins to beat and if using whisk will take @ 20 mins).
• Meanwhile also whisk the yolks also separately.take the flour and add the baking powder,salt to it and mix together
(you can sieve it also if you want).
• To the yolk add the sugar and butter(optional) and mix it properly.Now take the yolk mixture and fold it in the
• egg white slowly and the slowly fold the flour mixture and mix just once or twice.
• Spread this mixture on the sprayed sheet and tap it little to spread evenly and bake it in the oven for 22 to 25 min
• at 375′ F until done check by putting a toothpick or knife thr the cake it comes out clean it’s done
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Once the meter box was removed we went to the electric company to see about getting a power pole. Originally James and I were simply going to take the entire meter box and weather head off the trailer and bolt it to his shed, but after talking to the utility and the shed builder we were convinced that getting a stand alone pole and getting it set up with an RV hookup was the cheapest and simplest method.
Basically we were told that if we installed the meter box on the shed the inspector would require the shed meet residential code and while that is no problem the $3000 fee was completely out of range for us.
This means we had to go about setting a power pole.
As you can see in the video – James and I had nothing to do with actually setting the pole. We split the cost of the pole and then watched the power company come in with their power pole setting equipment and they came, drilled the hole, set the pole, and left in about 30 minutes.
Since a 30 foot utility pole needs to be set in the ground 5 feet, for James and I to hand dig to the proper power pole setting depth in the rocky limestone soil of Dual Homestead we would have been at it for much longer than that.
The utility used a truck with a hydraulic auger, and after asking which of us would be climbing the pole (he kept looking at me) the equipment operator dug in a couple extra feet setting the pole at 8 feet deep. He said it would give extra stability when we had to climb the pole.
They also used a hydraulic tamper – which acted like a pogo stick – to compact the dirt as they filled the hole. Something that really stabilized the power pole and made me feel really good realizing how much work the power company saved us.
Since now the pole was only 22 ft high we could get away with not setting a guy wire – which greatly improves the land use around the pole.
Code says the power line has to be at least 12 feet above ground and 18 ft over a road – so setting our weather head 20+ feet in the air gives us a good measure of safety.
In later articles, we will discuss the RV box in more detail, but the idea is to have an outlet we can use to power things like a cement mixer without using a generator, and not having the issues with setting up a temporary pole.
Plus, once the trailer is demolished and James builds his trailer based tiny house, we can plug it right into the pole.
In case you are keeping score it cost us $280 for the 30 ft pole and install – which I feel is a bargain. Plus another $300 in various inspection fees, deposit and hook up fees to the electric company.
As of this point – besides the land purchase of $7500 – the almost $600 we paid to the electric company is our only large expense.
If you have never seen a utility pole being installed, you can watch the video – I found it very exciting – but it is one large step toward my future Independence.