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Posted Wed Jul 31, 2013, 2:13pm
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So, Where can I find this disk?

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Its basically a "make your own".  If you have a thin piece of stainless steel you can just look at the bottom of your basket to determine the diameter you need to cut to make the disk, then just drill a small hole in it.  If aluminum doesn't bother you then you can likely do the same with a couple sheets of aluminum foil.

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Netphilosopher Said:

foil was what I was going to suggest.  Some people freak out about it, but it works for a trial.

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I don't know why the antagonism against aluminum foil.  It has many, many uses.  And it makes great hats.  Nothing better around  to reflect radio waves from Aliens and the Government.

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Posted Mon Aug 5, 2013, 4:56am
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Netphilosopher Said:

Off topic, but funny anyways.  I was at a bbq a while ago.  We were discussing (or arguing) about the imaginary dangers of aluminum, how it was leading to obesity (really?) and alzheimers, parkinsons, diabetes... you should never use it, blah blah blah.

The look of confusion was priceless when I pointed out they were drinking a diet soda (like that's good for you).  From an aluminum can.  LOL

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Nice! I had the very same discussion with a friend recently - she was trying to get me to throw away my moka pot and invest in something 'healthier'. It's getting to the point that they'll find reasons for everything to kill you these days - just best to drink your coffee and enjoy it.
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