Ray. When blacksmithing, correct temperature is pretty important. A fine line. You can lose a lot of material to scale (flaking) from overheating. If you are doing it for a business, loss of material adds up.
Good video, I spent thirty years bending, straightening, mashing, forging, welding and expanding railroad track, it still amazes me what you can do with heat and metals. One thing I’m surprised the video didn’t mention is what happens when you over heat the surface of metals, a huge amount of the strength of a material is on the outer surface, if overheating breaks the “skin” of a metal that outer surface loses that surface tension that is responsible for that strength and bad things can happen.
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Any forged mushroom are good! I use chanterelle’s in cream sauce scoot their the most common here. My personal favourite are morels like eating a steak, they grow naturally in (USA) but not in BC.. we get them the following year after forest fires. Very delicious. Another one I enjoy in a soup is cauliflower mushroom, they look like a brain with tentacles you wouldn’t think you can eat them but surprisingly good.
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