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How To: Sharpen a jack knife or wood carving knife

This video shows you how to sharpen a jack knife or wood-carving knife using coarse, medium, and fine stones and cooking oil. Use the coarse stone, applying oil to the stone first then pushing the knife down on the stone in each direction, matching the bevel to the stone. Next is the medium stone. Add oil before continuing the sharpening process. Apply cooking oil to the fine stone and finish the sharpening process. Using a leather strop will remove any burrs and polish the knife.

How To: Sharpen a knife with a fine & coarse stone

This video by Slokkro shows how to sharpen a knife using multiple wet sharpening stones. The video has no spoken words, choosing instead to have English subtitles, pointing out the various items and techniques for sharpening a blade. Following the directions should enable the viewer to put a nice edge on dull blades, with the technique of using a coarse stone first, then a fine-grained one. The motions are repeated several times in the video, giving the viewer an opportunity to study it witho...

How To: Make napa cabbage kimchi

This video shows you everything you need to know and need to make this delicious Korean classic. You'll learn how to make yummy napa cabbage kimchi right in your own home from scratch. For the whole family to enjoy this spicy tasty dish.

How To: Build your own bird house

Give a bird a home with help from this handyman tutorial! Learn step-by-step how to build a professional looking Bluebird nesting box bird house. To build this nesting box you will need the following tools & materials: rough cedar or pine, a tape measure, pencil, speed square, hand saw, compound miter saw (if possible), exterior wood glue, drill bits, screw gun or drill, paddle bit, coarse thread drywall screws, deck screws, galanized finished nails, and a hammer.

How To: Sharpen a knife on a Triple Oil Stone

sumaps2 describes how to sharpen a knife using a triple oil stone. The stone itself consists of three stones: a coarse stone, a medium coarse stone, and a fine stone. First, you must place the stone in a reservoir which has been filled with oil. In this example, transmission fluid is used because of its ability to keep metal from binding to the stone. However, you must be extra careful in washing the knives afterwards. All your knives can be sharpened with the triple oil stone, from your pari...

How To: Prepare a shredded cabbage salad with the NY Times

What is an ingredient that is always there and almost no one uses? Cabbage. In this cooking how to tutorial NYTimes.com Mark Bittman, The Minimalist, makes a crunchy midwinter salad with a frequently looked-over vegetable. Grab your shredded cabbage, carrots, coarse salt and top with olive oil for a great side dish.

How To: Make hands for sugar paste figures in cake decorating

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make hands with modeling sugar paste. Begin by rolling a small ball of paste into a tear drop shape. Then flatten the end, making it look like a ping pong paddle. To make the thumb, use a knife and cut into the side of the flat end at an angle. Do the same to make the fingers. Now roll and pull each finger of the paste, and hen tap the end. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in art or baking pastry and would like to learn how ...

How To: Use the paste special function in word programs

How you can use paste special. So when you copy anything from a web browser inclusive pictures and when you paste it like in OpenOffice writer then you will see it is pasted as same as was in web browser but with some lines and some unwanted stuffs so if you don't want these things, you have to paste it special. So to this go to edit and choose paste special now there will be four options to choose like unformatted text, html format etc. so if you choose

How To: Cut, copy, and paste to the clipboard in MS Wrod 2007

HelpVids user mel_bone teaches you how to cut, copy and paste to the clipboard in Microsoft Word 2007. Select the first paragraph by either triple clicking on it or selecting it with your mouse. Click "Copy" in the top ribbon or press "ctrl + c". Then use "Paste" or "ctrl + v". To cut a paragraph, select it and click "Cut" or press "ctrl + x". Using the paste options, you can only paste the text, without its formatting. By clicking the small icon next to the Clipboard tab, you will open the p...

How To: Lay pavement

Team Member Trevor at Bunnings.com shows the average Joe how to render an effective paving job. On this particular day, Trevor guides viewers through simple instructions for laying a nice brick walk. He recommends starting with a foundation of coarse-grade sand, as the coarser grades pack better.

How To: Copy and paste on your iPhone using Clippy Beta

In this video from tysiphonehelp we learn how to copy and paste using Clippy Beta on your iPhone. You can get this on Cydia. Download it and install from Cydia. To use Clippy Beta, he opens safari and opens a URL. Then click the 123 button on the keyboard. Then click copy. Now to copy that URL, hold down your finger and slide it over all the text you want to copy. Then click copy. Click paste to paste it wherever you'd like. If you'd like to paste something into your notes, open notes, and cl...

How To: Copy and paste data with your S60 phone

In this video S60 online explains how to copy and paste using your S60 phone. First, have what you would like to past saved on your notes application. Next, when you want to paste it to a webpage for instance open your notes application. When you open the notes, press and hold down the edit key and the directional key to highlight what you would like to copy. Still holding the edit key, press the left soft key to copy the text. Now you can past the text where you need it. Go back to where you...

How To: Use One-Click Paste in Firefox

Make copy-and-paste chores a snap with this quick Firefox tweak from Tekzilla. Just type about:config into the address bar, find "middlemouse.paste," the double-click on the value to change it from false to true. That's it. Anything you cut in Firefox you can paste back into Firefox by clicking on the scroll wheel in-between the buttons on your mouse.

How To: Cook stir fried praws with curry powder and eggs

In this video, we learn how to cook stir fried prawns with curry powder and eggs. You will need: fresh prawns peeled and deveined, ginger, garlic, black pepper paste, curry powder, white sugar, spring onions, onions, red chilies, two fresh eggs, roasted chili paste, chili paste oil, soy sauce, and oyster sauce. First, crack two eggs in a bowl, then add in the soy sauce, curry powder, sugar, oyster sauce, milk, and red chili paste. Beat this together, then heat up a wok on medium heat and add ...

How To: Use the new Paste features in MS PowerPoint 2010

Learn how to use the new Paste functions in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular presentation application or a seasoned MS Office professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the PowerPoint 2010 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, and to get started using the new PowerPoint Paste tools yourself, watch this free video guide.

How To: Make snow bases for your miniatures

The materials you will need to add snow and other details to the base of your miniature game figure are white tacky or craft glue, super glue, a few small rocks or pebbles, coarse turf, a small paint brush, and baking soda. Begin by using the super glue to apply a few rocks to your base. You don't want to apply too many as the main focus will be on the snow. Add white glue to the base being careful not to get any on the figure itself. Use your paint brush to spread the white glue around until...

How To: Properly sharpen the blade of a knife

In this Home & Garden video tutorial you will learn how to properly sharpen the blade of a knife. You will need a sharpening stone with two sides; coarse and smooth. You will use the coarse side if the knife has dents. You can use any oil, but Rem oil is the best for this. Spread the oil on the sharpening stone. Hold the knife so that the blade is flat and parallel to the surface of the stone. With the blade facing away from your body, start from the near end of the stone and as you move forw...

How To: Make edamame

Edamame are immature whole green soybeans—the only vegetable with a complete protein that’s similar to animal protein. And because they’re actually kind of fun to eat, they’re an excellent snack. . . and pretty tasty with beer, too. They are cheap and good for you. Learn how to make edamame.

How To: Grill Korean style marinated beef

Korean style grilled beef is served with green onion salad, a mixture of bean paste and hot pepper paste called "Ssam Jaang". You wrap it all up into a leaf of lettuce and pop it into your mouth. You can dip some pieces of cucumber and carrot into the spicy paste. Watch this how to video to learn how to cook Korean style marinated beef.

How To: Cut, copy, and paste on your iPhone

You love your iPhone and you can't live without it, but it's lacked the basic ability to cut, copy, and paste across multiple apps. With Apple's OS 3.0 upgrade, you can do it all with just a few taps. Watch this Howcast guide to learn how to cut, copy, and paste on your iPhone.

How To: Roll a smooth ball with sugar paste or fondant

In this tutorial, we learn how to roll a smooth ball with sugar paste or fondant. First, start off by crushing your fondant into pieces and turning it around with your hands, pushing it in firmly until it gets softer. Keep kneading until all the little hard pieces are pressed out and so are the imperfections. Rolling into a ball should be the easiest part, just don't over think it. It's not how you roll the ball, it's where on your hands you roll the ball of sugar paste. To finish, you want t...

How To: Copy and paste text on a Google Android smartphone

Often, it's much quicker to copy and paste text than to retype it completely. Fortunately for Droid users, it's easy to copy and paste text on Android phones! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at Butterscotch can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just two minutes' time. For detailed instructions, and to get started using copying and pasting on your Android phone yourself, watch this free video tutorial.

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