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Old 03-10-17, 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted by AnthonyG View Post
There is Pasta, and there is Pasta.
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Pasta making takes a little skill. Its not diabolically difficult but I think you need to be taught it and good teachers will teach people to make the dough by hand so that they learn to feel when it's right. ......
Yes, learning "touch" helps.

So, since this is a bike forum, does anyone think there may be a loose correlation between folks who prefer to work dough by hand, and those who build wheels the same way, ie. not using a tensionmeter?
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