How to build a food-soda vending machine: The basics

Posted October 14, 2018 11:17:50When I was a kid, my parents made us drink our soda, a cheap, cheap, sweet drink.

A friend of mine, who used to be a bartender at a bar in the neighbourhood, told me that if you’re drinking soda, it’s time to start taking your eyes off the screen.

When I first started out as a barista, I used to spend a lot of time thinking about how I should make the best cup of coffee.

I had to be as meticulous as possible, making sure the sugar level was right and the caffeine levels were correct, so that I didn’t end up with the kind of mess I did.

But as time went on, I realised I needed to think more about the food I was serving, and what I was feeding the customers.

I thought, Well, if I’m not careful, I’m going to end up looking like a total mess.

One of my first steps in making my own soda was to create my own vending machine.

The first thing I did was to buy a piece of plastic that I would tape to my bar.

I would use it as a screen, to mark the sugar levels.

After that, I made a small machine out of some cheap plastic, to make a vending machine out.

I just made a few basic designs to start.

I put a screen on top, with a little bowl on top.

I then used the bowl to put my ingredients.

I cut some pieces of plastic out of it and put it on top of the screen, making it bigger.

The next step was to cut out a lid, and put a hole in it, to allow the sugar to drip down through the bowl.

This is how the bowl looks now.

I can see the sugar in the bowl, and the syrup inside the bowl inside a plastic bag.

Once the lid was put on, the bowl was made into a machine.

When it was assembled, I placed a piece in the slot and used the machine to make syrup, which I then poured down through it.

I did this until the sugar reached the bottom of the bowl and was poured into the syrup, to taste.

As you can see, it takes a lot more work to make soda than it does to make coffee.

When I started, I was just making soda from scratch, but now, I’ve had to start with a machine that can make everything.

My first taste of coffee was a cup of Coca-Cola.

And that’s when I started to really appreciate how much sugar there is in coffee.

It’s hard to explain, but it was the first time I realised that coffee tastes sweeter and stronger than sugar.

You can see what I did to make my machine.

I used cheap plastic to make it.

When the screen was finished, I put it in the fridge, where I put the rest of the ingredients.

The rest of my coffee is in the freezer.

Now that I have a vending system, I can get my sugar levels and caffeine levels correct, and I can make coffee with the most flavours possible.