2 dl coarsely chopped nuts of your choice e.g. hazelnuts, cashewnuts, almonds
Mix the below in a sauce pan and stir while warming the ingredients so they mix well and melt together. Be careful not to allow it to boil.
2 dl water
2 tsp chinnamon
2 tsp ground cardamom
1 tsp vanilla sugar
1 dl brown sugar
1 dl dark syrup (for a less sweet granola take half of the sugar and syrup)
1 dl sunflower oil
1 tbsp honey
Pour it into the bowl and mix everything well. Spred onto two baking plates with bakingpaper. Roast in the owen at 175 degrees C for approximately 30 minutes, stir at least three times during the roasting. Be careful, it burns easy, keep an eye on it!
Once out of the owen let it cool a little. If you like dried fruit or berries now is the time to add 150-200g of your favorites.
China’s Five hundred metre Aperture Spherical radio Telescope called FAST is the largest radio telescope in the world. FAST was switched on in September 2016 and has already confirms some 20 previosly undiscorvered pulsars.
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One of the favorites is the Tudor Black Bay GMT with the riveted steel bracelet inspired by those of the 1950s and 1960s.
The Tudor Black Bay GMT is powered by the new in-house automatic caliber MT 5652 introducing a new function to the Tudor movement portfolio. The GMT or second time zone is shown using an additional hour hand rotating in 24 hours and is read on the two-tone bezel showing day and night. Beating at 28,800 vibrations/hour, caliber MT 5652 can store up to 70 hours of power reserve. The variable inertia balance wheel (with a non-magnetic silicon balance spring) is held under a full cock. It has hacking feature ( stop-second) which allows for precise time setting and is also certified as a chronometer by the COSC.
Leather or fabric strap options (with folding buckle) are also available.
Milky Way Galaxy is a large spiral system consisting of several hundred billion stars. Galileo made the first telescopic survey in 1610 and discovered that it is composed of a multitude of individual stars. The sun that we have close is one of them.
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