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Visualize Baxter in RVIZ
Run rviz: $ rviz Change Fixed Frame to "base" or "world". Click "Add" to add a "RobotModel". There you go! If anything goes wrong: Pay attention to RVIZ logs on the terminal. Did you compile "baxter_description" package?
7. Make the Actual Dumplings. Refrigerate. (see back!)
6. Make Dumpling Skin
First press then knead; Glass cup works too.
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Theorem about 2-person games (like Chess). It's very surprising.
In game theory, Zermelo’s theorem, named after Ernst Zermelo, says that in any finite two-person game of perfect information in which the players move alternatingly and in which chance does not affect the decision making process, if the game cannot end in a draw, then one of the two players must have a winning strategy (i.e. force a win). It can alternately be stated as saying that in such a game, either the first-player can force a win, or the second-player can force a win, or both players can force a draw.
Mathematical Formula for Parallel Parking
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Dough on the Left ≈ 40 Dumplings
5. Chop the Rod-like Dough
Chop the Rod-Like Dough
into equal-sized pieces, so that your dumplings have the same size. Tip: Flip the dough every time you chop off one piece. This is fun.
4. Knead the Dough to be Rod-like
You Will Develop Your Own Way of Kneading. Enjoy it.
3. Making the Dough
Making the Dough
Now I make the dough. I simply poured some all purpose flour into a big bowl, put an egg in it, and stir-add (stirring when adding) water. You want to use chopsticks to stir the wet flour in one direction. If it's hard for the flour to come together to form a dough, it might be that you need more water. After stirring for a while, use your clean hands to knead the dough. Try to form a smooth surface on the dough. Knead for 5-7 minutes. Then cover the big bowl with pot lid, or plastic wrap. Let it sit there for 15 min - 1hr; The more water you added, or the more soft you want the dough to be, the longer you want it to sit. Then, when you take out the dough, it should be quite elastic. Once you have a dough, you don't have to make dumplings. You can quit now and create something different (like noodle https://omnivorescookbook.com/recipes/hand-pulled-noodles ). It's up to you.
2. Make the Dumpling Filling
Then I Made the Filling
This one in particular uses grounded pork mixed with radish. In addition, I put: - minced garlic - minced green onion - soy sauce - oyster sauce - salt - sugar (a little bit) It might smell salty but not really when cooked.. I didn't have these but you may also put: - sesame oil - pepper oil More filling receipts: https://www.saveur.com/best-global-dumpling-recipes#page-4
1. Grounding the Meat
First I Grounded the Meat
Grounding the meat (pork) is easier if you put your other hand on the spine of your knife, and press down onto the meat with both hands. Go back and forth horizontally and vertically several times.
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