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How to Make a Strawberry Boba

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-18Views:130

Boba tea, also known as bubble tea, has been a popular drink in Asia for at least two decades. Boba tea is a unique milk- or fruit-based drink that includes large, gelatinous tapioca balls, also known as tapioca pearls, that resemble large bubbles. A[More]

How to Sharpen a Knife With a Whetstone

How to Sharpen a Knife With a Whetstone

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-17Views:130

Using a whetstone is the best way to sharpen a knife and restore a quality edge to the blade. Whetstones allow you to hone the edge of the knife blade instead of grinding it to an edge as many other types of knife sharpening methods do. Sharpening a[More]

How to Increase Fuel Mileage on the 2006 Dodge 2500 Diesel

How to Increase Fuel Mileage on the 2006 Dodge 2500 Diesel

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-16Views:130

The Dodge Ram 2500 is Dodge's mid-size pickup truck. Larger than the Ram 1500, but lighter than the 3500 series, the 2500 is used both as a work truck and as a family vehicle. As with most pickups, fuel efficiency is somewhat sacrificed in favour of[More]

How to Fix a Diverter Valve on a Kitchen Faucet

How to Fix a Diverter Valve on a Kitchen Faucet

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-15Views:130

A diverter valve routes water from one pathway to another. Although diverter valves are most commonly used in bathtub/shower combinations, they can also be found in some kitchen faucet assemblies. When used in a kitchen sink, the diverter valve shift[More]

How to Cook Pheasants in a Row

How to Cook Pheasants in a Row

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-14Views:130

Pheasant is associated with an expensive meal -- however, even though it is often seen on the menu at high-end restaurants, preparing the bird at home is actually quite affordable. Due to the small nature of pheasants, two can often be cooked in a ro[More]

How to Extract Pectin From Citrus

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-14Views:130

Pectin is a substance extracted from fruit such as citrus that acts as a solidifier and preservative for canned food such as jams and jellies. Pectin can be purchased in powdered form in most grocery stores or made from scratch using the white peels[More]

How to Break a Boiled Egg

How to Break a Boiled Egg

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-11Views:130

Boiled eggs make nutrient-dense additions to salads, snacks and morning meals, but breaking the egg too fast or not using the right tools can create a mess or make the egg less appealing. Break boiled eggs correctly to avoid leaving behind pieces of[More]

Nigerian Herbs

Nigerian Herbs

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-09Views:130

The Federal Republic of Nigeria is native to many natural resources, including herbs that are rich in flavour and useful in medicine. Whether dried or fresh, these native herbs are used to enhance regional stews and soups, and some can be eaten as ve[More]

Problems with thuja giants

Problems with thuja giants

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-06Views:130

Giant thuja (Thuja plicata), or giant arbor vitae, is a tough, hardy evergreen that grows rapidly and has few pests. It has a strong structure and, despite its quick growth rate, is long-lived. This pyramidal tree has attractive, rich green foliage t[More]

Pre-Cut Fruits & Vegetables

Pre-Cut Fruits & Vegetables

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-06Views:130

Cutting fruits and vegetables prior to consumption is necessary, yet very time consuming. If you don't have time to prepare fruits and vegetables but still want to benefit from the nutrients found in them, pre-cut fruits and vegetables may be just th[More]

How to Blanche Asparagus

How to Blanche Asparagus

Category:FoodRelease time:2017-01-05Views:130

Preparing asparagus through blanching makes the difference between a soft and hard texture when you bite into this green shoot vegetable. Blanching is a cooking technique implemented to tenderise or remove bitter flavours from foods such as fruits, v[More]

How to Microwave Fresh Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna

How to Microwave Fresh Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-30Views:130

Lasagne, in its most basic form, is one of the classic staples of Italian cuisine. However, this is no reason to limit yourself to cheese, tomato sauce, meat and noodles. Lasagne is a forgiving dish in which even creative mistakes can taste good and[More]

What Alcohol Proof Is Homemade Wine?

What Alcohol Proof Is Homemade Wine?

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-30Views:130

In the United States, alcohol proof is twice the percentage of alcohol present in a quantity of liquid. The alcohol proof of homemade wine, as with wine in general, varies because there are different types of wine. Alcohol Content of Wine Wine in gen[More]

The Maintenance & Care of Old Wooden Cutting Boards

The Maintenance & Care of Old Wooden Cutting Boards

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-29Views:130

A wooden cutting board is a great addition to any kitchen. Wooden cutting boards are typically more durable, versatile and attractive than glass or plastic boards, and will provide a strong, smooth surface for food preparation. A high-quality wooden[More]

How to Scald a Chicken Before Butchering

How to Scald a Chicken Before Butchering

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-19Views:130

Scalding chickens happens after the chicken is bled but before it is eviscerated. Doing this makes de-feathering easier. It also sanitises the outside of the chicken. Commercial chicken-processing plants use large tanks of water with built-in thermos[More]

How to Break in a Mate Cup

How to Break in a Mate Cup

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-09Views:130

Yerba mate is a South American tea beginning to be enjoyed around the world. However, unlike most teas, a ritual is used to make the strong, heated drink, and it even has its own gourd or cup associated with its creation. For an authentic yerba mate[More]

How to solve soft water problems

How to solve soft water problems

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-07Views:130

The debate of hard versus soft water leaves many people unsure which is the best option for their home. While soft water is better for skin --- especially in winter, when skin becomes dry and itchy --- it can leave users feeling "slimy" after ba[More]

Directions for a Microwave Egg Poacher

Directions for a Microwave Egg Poacher

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-05Views:130

Save time poaching eggs by cooking them in the microwave. You do not have to boil water or worry about breaking the yolks or separating the eggs. Microwave egg poachers still simmer the eggs in water, but less water per egg is needed. The only downsi[More]

Ways to Use Leftover Mashed Potatoes

Ways to Use Leftover Mashed Potatoes

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-12-03Views:130

There are many ways to mash potatoes and a variety of ways to make them as a side dish. But what do you do with all those leftovers? Do not throw them out; instead, use them to quickly make new dishes that the entire family will enjoy. Potato Croquet[More]

Myths on Cutting Onions

Myths on Cutting Onions

Category:FoodRelease time:2016-11-30Views:130

Onions are vegetable in the allium genus that can be used in nearly every type of food, including fresh salads and cooked foods. Many recipes require onions to be chopped or sliced. When chopped and sliced, onions emit a gas that diffuses through the[More]

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