|Hypothesis||fried potato cakes are tasty|
|Equipment||1 frying pan, oil grated potatoes, flour, eggs|
The grated potatoes were squeezed to remove an excessive and potentially dangerous build-up of dihydrogen monoxide (H2O). The resulting matter was mixed with the flour and eggs.
The frying pan was heated on a commercially available stove, with oil. The mixture was placed into the frying pan once it had reached a sufficient temperature. This was left there for a while, turning occasionally.
The resulting test article was fed to the doseybat.
|Results||The doseybat ate bits of it, noting that in part it was Ok, but generally inconsistent.|
|Conclusion||The method appears to have been flawed. Further tests should be conducted with more care to thermal transmission and the vertical dimension of the mixture in the frying pan.|