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Boiled Water

Updated on February 26, 2009


Boiled Water.

2 Cups Fresh Water

1- Two Quart Pot

1 Box Band Aides

1 Tube of Burn Cream

Directions for cooking and first aid:

Pour water into pot. Turn burner on high. I suggest that you use the back burner. Set the potted water on the back burner. Be sure that you set the potted water on the burner that you lit or turned on, otherwise your water probably will not boil. IMPORTANT!!!! Be sure to put the water in the pot first! It is hard to collect the water from the stove top without a pot. Once your potted water begins to steam a bit, test it with your non writing index finger, or any other less desireable and useless appendage. If it burns the crap outta you, your water is near boiling. Apply burn cream to the blister at the tip of your finger or other said appendages, and wrap with band aides. After the water begins to bubble your boiled water is done. Salt to taste and enjoy. You can freeze your boiled water to enjoy at a later day just repeat the above steps.

You can burn your boiled water if you aren't careful. If your water catches fire like mine did when I was experimenting with this recipe, simply add more water. Poof, the fire is extinguished.

Warning: Those aren't fun bubbles. They are hot!! Do not attempt to play with boiled bubbles. Please stay tuned for my fabulous ice recipe and other water ideas.

Warning: Do not use bottled water, the plastic melts and ruins the entire recipe!

Left over boiled water can be enjoyed later as a refreshing glass of water. Believe it or not the pets enjoy left over boiled water as well. There many uses for left over boiled water. After much research I have found that adding left over boiled water to laundry soap actually cleans my clothes ten times better than without. I am off to try some left over boiled water and soap on my skin in the tub! I expect the same result with leftover boiled water and soap as with the laundry experiment.

© 2008 Richard L. Thorp Jr.


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    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      That's sheer genius, super genius like the cyote on Bugs Bunny.

    • 1964human profile image

      1964human 

      9 years ago from Smallville Kansas

      Pest,

      Why didn't I think of that? Sexy, funny, rich (I saw pics of the trailer your secret is out) and you are a genuis too!

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      Try to freeze the left over boiled water and add it to your tea...refreshing!

    • 1964human profile image

      1964human 

      9 years ago from Smallville Kansas

      I sure wish I had this sooner. I only tried it once and you are right, bottled water just doesn't work. The water was awful, I couldn't even drink it. I had to pour it in the stew to cover the taste. and with that plastic stuck to the bottom of the pan, all our food has tasted funny ever since.

      Well thanks so much, I may try it again now that I know the tricks!

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      JJ you are funny!

      BP i throw my unwaneds in the oven as well! I have preheated many undesieables the next day though!

      AE, it is amazing the amount of "stuff" that cooks out of the water as it reduces!!! YuK!

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      Julianna 

      9 years ago from SomeWhere Out There

      oh good grief, how brilliant !!!! My little sister honestly burned up a pot as she did not know how to watch the water. lololololo , her husband said she almost burned the friggin house down. Smoke alarms going off it was nuts, needless to say he does the cooking.lolololo

    • blondepoet profile image

      blondepoet 

      9 years ago from australia

      Hahaha we have something more in common then. Haha yea I just open the big lid of the wheelie bin and in those burnt saucepans go. I do it to cake tins and badly neglected plates too.Sometimes if I get VIP visitors too I throw all the dirty dishes in the oven for awhile as well.

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      jjrubio 

      9 years ago

      I am just playing you stinker!!!!=}

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      aLL HOTY TOYTY ...no need to brag about your fancy Sears Catalog TP either! :D

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      jjrubio 

      9 years ago

      yes...microwave. No...not rich. And yes...thank GOD for indoor plumbing. The outhouse got to nasty for me and we used up our Sears Catalog long ago ( T.P.) ha ha ha ha ha ( just kidding!!)LOL!!!!

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      BP: Me too! I throw out burnt pans...if food spoils in a storage container I just toss it out ...I dont have time for hard work, or the mess.

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      blondepoet 

      9 years ago from australia

      Hahahahahaha oh Pest you are one of a kind in a great great way. There will only be one of you in all eternity. I think I may be able to manage this recipe. I will go don an apron and give it a go.Wish me luck Pest.Oh damn I can't find a saucepan. When I burn something real bad in them I secretly throw them away you see as I can't be bothered trying to wash them for days hahaha. You a legend, love Blondepoet x0xx

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      Nayberry 

      9 years ago from nayphat@yahoo.com

      LOL! I"m in stitches! LOL!

      Tootles!!!!

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      JJ, ... Microwave??? What are you, rich or something??? Next you will be telling me you have indoor plumbing or something fancy like that!

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      jjrubio 

      9 years ago

      Thats way better than boiling the water in the Microwave and having the still and very hot water pop in your face because its been Nuked too long....LOVE IT!!!

    • Florida Keys profile image

      Florida Keys 

      9 years ago from Jewfish Key Florida

      Damn..this was the funniest yet. I cried real tears....think I could boil them...and would I need to add salt at the end? And I was been meaning to comment that reading the comments is about as entertaining....well.....as......boiling water. Keep on doin it!!!

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      Florida Keys 

      9 years ago from Jewfish Key Florida

      Damn..this was the funniest yet. I cried real tears....think I could boil them...and would I need to add salt at the end?

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      The last I read was the grave robber Hub...I am editing my latest...

      Holy crap i am behind. I just went to check your hubs!

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      Tom Cornett 

      9 years ago from Ohio

      Been writing redneck sci fi. :)

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      I hear ya there...I have to get over to read your latest Hubs as well. :)

    • Tom Cornett profile image

      Tom Cornett 

      9 years ago from Ohio

      I'm slow but I get there! LOL :)

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      PM...I can never get the pancakes off from the burner. Maybe you should post a pancake recipe Hub.

      Tom, Thanks once again! Geez this was one of my first Hubs here! What rock you been under? LOL! :D

    • Tom Cornett profile image

      Tom Cornett 

      9 years ago from Ohio

      Dammit again! Pure Genius!!!!! :)

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      Proud Mom 

      9 years ago from USA

      Kind of like pancakes, huh? The first one is never any good!!!

    • Pest profile imageAUTHOR

      Pest 

      9 years ago from A Couch, Lake Odessa, MI

      PM, Just be sure to follow the directions carefully. Your first batch of boiled water may be difficult. I am sure that you will no problems though!

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      Proud Mom 

      9 years ago from USA

      FINALLY!!! I've been tryin' like nobody's business to find this recipe!

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      Cris A 

      9 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      can't believe i missed out on this one! good thing i followed Sheena's lead! As for my actual comment....hmmm... well I...lemme see now...okay, maybe later! LOL :D

    • sheenarobins profile image

      sheenarobins 

      9 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      hahahaha. You're enjoying your own company, aren't you? you just have to share it coz it's spilling over.

      Good Recipe!

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      Sondra 

      9 years ago from Neverland

      I cant wait for the ice recipe :) And please, unhand that cat!

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