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Sew96

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  1. Welcome to Hookah Forum! Thanks for joining us :) Please be sure to read our Forum Rules located here: http://www.hookahforum.com/forum/45-forum-rules/ You may also formally introduce yourself in our Introduction thread here: http://www.hookahforum.com/forum/7-introductions/ Thanks and haMFy posting!

  2. Hey there. I've started a project about homemade shisha, there's just some things which I'm not quiet sure about yet. I know that I've got to get molasses & glycerin. That I've found. I've also figured out how to make an apple (f.ex.) usable for shisha (dehydrated, roasted, burned... Make it as dry as possiple). Also heard that i need about 50% of the shisha to be tobacco. All I'm wondering about is, if there is some sorta tobacco made for shisha, or you should just go and buy the same stuff you use for original pipes. I would also like to know if there's some places it's cheaper than others. At the moment, most of that I've seen, had been about 20$/pr. 100g. Please let me know if you know anything
  3. Hey. Came up with an idea about taste for Apple Tobacco. I've got this juice-blender which literally seperates the fruit-flesh from the juice. The state of the remaining apple-flesh is, as if it had been in a food-blender, except from it's much drier. Well anyway, I was wondering if you could mildly roast it, till it got the wanted consistence, and then mix it up with tobacco, glycerin and molasses. The only thing I'm not sure about, is the amount of tobacco needed, compared to the amount of apple?