||Make your own fuel from food scraps: 105 octane Ethanol alcohol (Ethanol for Fuel)
||Ethanol (grain alcohol)can be used instead of gasoline in most non-diesal engines.
You can build your own still and make your own fuel from any starch or sugar waste products. Bakery and food manufacturing waste products can be a free source of fuel! Learn how to build your own still, how to run it, and how to convert various waste products into a high octane replacement for gasoline.
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