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How To: Choose the right thong

Like Brazilian waxes and sex toys, the thong is not for everyone. But it can serve a purpose—and no, it's not peeking out from low-slung jeans, flashing too much information. All you need is a selection of thongs and a butt!

How To: Solo camp in the Brazilian Bush with minimal equipment

Solo camping is a scary and exciting prospect. Alone in the woods at night, no one can hear you scream. But for those who crave solitude and love the wilderness, there can be no greater thrill, no greater connection to the primitive part of yourself. In this nine-part video, we learn all kinds of useful survival and camping skills by watching our host Colhane experience a three-day solo camping trip in the Brazlilian bush. You will learn how to cook, how to make fire, how to prepare a campsit...

How To: Get started playing Brazilian-style guitar

Whether you're interested in playing bossa nova, tropicália, música popular brasileira-style guitar, the rudiments are the same and this two-part video tutorial will get you started. Both segments look look at the basics of Brazilian chord progressions. For more information, as well as to get started playing Brazilian-style guitar yourself, press play!

How To: Make Brazilian bushcraft survival tools: coconut containers, bamboo spoons etc

Brazil is a country rich in natural resources and splendor, making it a great place for outdoor enthusiasts. If you venture into the Brazilian wilderness and find yourself in need of precious survival supplies, or just want to make some cool stuff out of exotic plants, watch this video for instructions on making Brazilian bushcrafts like coconut containers and bamboo spoons.

How To: Make crispy cassava chips

These are way better than normal potato chips, big chunky cassava chips is one of the simplest recipes you can do with the cassava root. This is a delicious and simple to make Brazilian Cuisine recipe. Cassavacan be used as a replacement for potatoes, into the dough of several kinds of bread, it makes great moist cakes other desserts. And the fresh cassava is only the start. A lot of Brazilian recipes also used the dried roast cassava flour. Cassava is one of the only plants cultivated by Bra...

How To: Mix a Brazilian Ciapirinha cocktail

Bridget Albert, master mixologist, shows how to shake up a delicious alcoholic drink. Follow along with the step-by-step directions in this how-to video and learn how to make a Brazilian Ciapirinha. For the recipe used in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial, you will need lime, pineapple, strawberry, simple syrup, and cachaca Brazilian rum. Enjoy your fresh Brazilian Ciapirinha cocktail.

How To: Mix a Brazilian Caipirinha cocktail

Mixologist Eben Freeman, of Tailor restaurant in New York City, demonstrates how to prepare a variation on the classic Brazilian cocktail, the Caipirinha--substituting kumquats for limes. While the ingredients might be a little unusual, the Caipirinha is easy to make and highly enjoyable. You will need Turbinado sugar crystals, lemon juice, kumquats, and cachaca Brazilian rum-like liqueur. Watch this video mixology tutorial and learn how to make a Brazilian Caipirinha cocktail.

How To: Do Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Check out this martial arts tutorial video that demonstrates how to do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Jujitsu matches are some of the longest in all of martial arts. Get expert tips and advice on collar locks and submissions in this video. Learn the basics of Jiu Jitsu, which is a great form of fitness exercise. Practice your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills and techniques with this tutorial video.

How To: Use romantic phrases in Brazilian Portuguese

In this tutorial, we learn how to use romantic phrases in Brazilian Portuguese. These are common phrases that anyone can learn, and can help you in everyday Brazilian Portuguese speech. When you are wanting to compliment someone or tell them something romantic, you can say a number of different things. The word "lu" is another word for love, so you could use this my saying "mi lu, linda" which would be "my love, Linda". To say "you are very pretty/cute" you would say "voce e muito linda". To ...

How To: Pronounce consonants in Brazilian Portuguese

In this tutorial, we learn how to pronounce consonants in Brazilian Portuguese. When you are learning how to speak Brazilian Portuguese but are a native English speaker, it's going to be easiest to learn if you slowly speak the different consonants. If you learn how the new language relates to English, you will be able to easily speak them without too much difficulty. Learn different words that have the consonants in them, so you can hear the difference between different words and how the let...

How To: Do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu arm bars

Check out this martial arts tutorial video that demonstrates how to do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu arm bars. An arm bar is a type of submission in jujitsu. Get expert tips and advice on martial arts and grappling in this video. There are many variations of this, but this video provides instruction on a simple one from the guard position. Practice your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills and techniques and improve your arm bars with this tutorial video.

How To: Do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu chokeholds

Check out this martial arts tutorial video that demonstrates how to do Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu chokeholds. Choke holds are a Jiu Jitsu technique you can use to control your opponent. Get expert tips and advice on martial arts and grappling in this video. There are hundreds of variations of chokes, but this video provides instruction on a simple choke from the back. Practice your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills and techniques with this tutorial video.

How To: Do a simple choke in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates this simple choke. It's all dependent on the force you apply to your opponent. Practice this simple choke technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Do the loop choke in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates the Loop Choke on Dmitri McKay. Learn a few very important details to perform this move effectively. Practice your Loop Choke technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Do the double under takedown for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates the double under takedown on Nick. It's a very simple way of taking someone straight to the floor without much effort. Practice your double under takekedown technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Do the spin choke in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates the proper Spin Choke (also known as the Baseball choke) on Jeremy. It's important to have stable side control with this move. Practice your Spin Choke technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Make quindim a Brazilian dessert

Quindim is a typical Brazilian Dessert made with eggs, coconut and lots of sugar. The dish was probably a Brazilian born adaptation of a Portuguese sweet, mixed with heavy African influences. In the African Banto language, Quindim means "Girlish Charms". This recipe is so easy I've asked my 7-year-old daughter to prepare it for you.

How To: Play the keyboard on Reason like Brazilian Girls

In this six minute tutorial the host and keyboard player for the band "Brazilian Girls," Didi Gutman, shows viewers how to play the keyboard in the song titled "Reason." Throughout the video, Didi Gutman shows various methods and techniques that are used for the style of keyboard that he plays. Filmed in Gutman's place of residence in Brooklyn, New York, Gutman also talks briefly about how the band got started and how he first got involved with playing the keyboard. The video also shows him r...

How To: Use vowels and diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese

In this tutorial, we learn how to use vowels and diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese. When first learning this language, you will want to become comfortable with different words and syllables. When you learn these, you will be able to better learn how to say different vowels and pauses in words. There are some words that have two consecutive vowels in them. Examples of these are: cadeira, saudade, joia, gloria, agua, sueca, and more. Not all of these words are diphthongs. You will need to lear...

How To: Pronounce consonants in Brazilian Portuguese

In this tutorial, we learn how to pronounce consonants in Brazilian Portuguese. "S" has several pronunciations and sounds the same as English when it's used at the beginning of a word. Using "s" between two vowels makes it sound like a "v". At the very end of a word, it either sounds like an "s" or "sh" sound. Sometimes words with "s" come before other sounds, if the "s" at the end of the word comes before a voiceless consonant, it's going to have an "s" sound. Using these tips and hearing th...

How To: Grill churrascaria-style

Churrascaria? What's that? It's a meat-lover's dream… if you're in Brazil. But you don't have to travel abroad to enjoy the meaty goodness of this awesome grilling party! A churrascaria is an all-you-can-eat Brazilian steak house that features an amazing array of spit-roasted meats. Recreate the experience at home with these tips. The churrasco grilling style was inspired by Brazilian gauchos, or cowboys, who cooked their meat on skewers over open fires.

How To: Understand verb conjugations in Brazilian Portuguese

In this video, we learn how to understand verb conjugations in Brazilian Portuguese. Learning how and why verbs change tenses is very important when you learn to speak this language. Verb tenses and changes tell what state the verb is in to help you better understand it in a conversation. When saying "ar" this will be the ending of a word that reflects what tense you are using. To replace, you can also use "er" and "ir". This will also tell who the subject of the sentence is. This will change...

How To: Use the IR power verbs in Brazilian Portuguese

In this video, we learn how to use Power Verbs in Brazilian Portuguese: "IR". When you are using power verbs, you will often use "ir" to help with conjugations. For example, when you are saying "I go/ am going" you would say "eu vou" or if you say "you (do something)/are going" you would say "voce vai". The "ir" will change depending on who you are talking about in your sentence. You will also need to change the end of the power verb that you are using so you can properly use it in a sentence...

How To: Apply a sexy, bronzy Brazilian bombshell makeup look

This is a great summertime look that compliments the sun (and even the moon). Day or night, this makeup look will make you shine! Watch to see how you can create this Brazilian bombshell look with bronzes, browns and gold around the eyes, complimented by a subtle shimmer around the face. It's topped with bronzer, pink cheeks and apricot lips which will turn you into a sun goddess.

How To: Do the modified rear choke from the back in Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates the modified rear choke from the back technique. This modified version usually happens because your opponent knows about the move, but he's not safe. Practice your modified rear choke from the back technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Do the guillotine from butterfly guard in Jiu-Jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates his very own Guillotine from Butterfly Guard, and the switches to maintain the choke if the opponent tries to be slick. Practice your Guillotine from Butterfly guard technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Do the rear jump to arm-bar attack in jiu jitsu

Watch this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tutorial video with Kurt Osiander and the Move of the Week as he illustrates the rear jump to the arm bar attack. It's all dependent on the force you apply to the back of your opponent's neck. Practice your rear jump to arm bar attack technique with this instructional video and improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills!

How To: Make Brazilian feijoada

Feijoada is a typical Brazilian dish dating back to the time of slavery. A rich black beans stew with pork, dried beef (carne seca) and spicy Portuguese sausages. Feijoada is an ideal dish to prepare for big parties as all the ingredients are just mixed into a large pot. There's no way to go wrong - in fact the longer you boil it for the better it tastes!

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