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How To: Freeze peaches

Eat wonderful peaches all year long. Freezing fruit is easy and a great ways to preserve and retain nutrients. Freeze your peaches now and thaw them when you are ready to make a peach pie or smoothies. This is the perfect way to make the most out of your fruit.

How To: Freeze apples

Freezing is a great way to preserve the nutrients and lengthen shelf-life of food. No need to waste extra apples from the fall. Freeze your apples to be used in a variety of ways at the date of your choosing.

How To: Freeze fresh fish

Freezing food is a great way to extend the shelf life and retain nutrients. Fish can quickly and easily be frozen to be used at a later date using only supplies you already have in your kitchen. Get started storing you're excess fresh fish.

How To: Insulate garage doors with foam board insulation for a warmer winter

When it comes to winter weather, the garage should not be neglected, especially if you have a room directly above it. Neglecting to properly insulate and seal your garage doors will create a constant rush of cold air inside, making the garage really cold, in turn making the floor upstairs really cold. This will drive up your gas or electric bill in no time during the winter months. But you can fight higher heating costs with some DIY ingenuity, and Dave Mars will show you how!

How To: Show the Leidenfrost Effect (Hand vs. Liquid Nitrogen)

What would happen if you stick your hand in a pool of liquid nitrogen? Would your hand freeze to death? Would it harden to an unnatural state? Would it shatter as soon as you touched something? Well, real life isn't like the movies (i.e. Demolition Man), so believe it or not, your hand would be safe, thanks to a little known phenomenon called the Leidenfrost effect.

How To: Create bullet-time explosions inside MAXON Cinema 4D

This tutorial will show a simple technique for achieving the bullet time, freezing effect. This is used regularly in TV idents, films and music videos. Whether you're new to MAXON's popular 3D modeling application or are just looking to get better acquainted with Cinema 4D and its various features and functions, you're sure to enjoy this free video software tutorial. For more information, and to get started using this trick in your own Cinema 4D projects, watch this 3D modeler's guide.

How To: Fix a frozen iPhone or iPod with water damage

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to fix a frozen iPod or an iPod with water damage. Begin by shifting the iPod into hold mode. Then push back the hold switch. Now hold the center and menu button until the apple logo appears. To take care of water damage, put the iPod in a bag of rice for about 1 day or as much time needed until the water is completely gone. This can also be done with other water damaged electronics. This video will benefit those viewers who have an iPod and want to l...

How To: Super chill your soda or beer in under 2 minutes

This simple, under one minute, video tells you the secret to super chilling your favorite beverages in as little as 2 minutes. Soda and beer lovers alike will appreciate this interesting bit of news. Take your room temperature, 80 degree, beer or soda, and cool them to under 45 degrees in two minutes. All you need is a bowl, some ice, common table salt, and your favorite beverage. By adding salt to the ice, it lowers the freezing temperature of the ice, giving it increased cooling abilities.

How To: Build a fire in the snow

What to do if you're lost & freezing in Antarctica? Build a fire to keep warm! Yes, fires can be built successfully in cold and wet conditions with the right tools & preparation. In this eight-part series of short videos, Fitclimb survival instructor Ali teaches how to build a fire in the snow in 15 minutes. You can build this fire with just two tools: a knife and a metal match (magnesium stick). In part one, Ali talks about site preparation and how to choose and prepare the right site for a ...

How To: Store ginger, garlic & green chili paste

Bhavna shows us how to store ginger, garlic and green chili paste. The demonstration is done with ginger. Cut the ginger into small pieces. Skin can be left on or if you prefer you can remove the skin. Put the pieces of ginger into the food processor and blend. After the ginger has blended, remove and put into a bowl. Add lots of salt for freezing. Fold the salt into the ginger. Place into plastic containers for freezing. The same process is done for garlic and green chilies. When you are rea...

How To: Utilize evaporative cooling while camping

Keeping things like food and water refrigerated while you're camping in the bush is nearly impossible. Unless of course you've chosen to camp somewhere freezing cold. But if you haven't, evaporative cooling can be an effective technique to utilize for keeping water cool and food from spoiling as quickly. Obviously this can be crucial in a wilderness survival situation when your food supplies may be limited. This video outlines two ways to utilize evaporative cooling, first to cool a water bot...

How To: Blanch spinach by heated skillet or boiling water

Blanching is the heating process for prepping foods for freezing or further cooking. Blanching spinach is one of the easiest things you could possibly do in the kitchen. One method of spinach blanching is to simply put the spinach in a dry skillet. As it cooks, the water cooks out of the spinach and it shrinks. This also works well with chard and kale. To blanch spinach another way, simple boil a pot of water and throw the spinach in. Then you take the spinach out and squeeze the excess water...

How To: Differentiate between Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales

In this free video science lesson from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan, you'll learn how to differentiate between Celsius and Fahrenheit scales, identifying the freezing and boilings points of each. Whether you need help studying for that next big test or could just use a hand finishing your homework, you're sure to be well served by this video lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Create and use hyperlinks in Microsoft Excel 2011

Need to know how to create and use hyperlinks in Excel 2011? This video will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular digital spreadsheet application, new to Excel 2011 or even an expert merely looking to brush up on the fundamentals, you're sure to be well served by this quality video tutorial from the folks at Lynda. For all of the details, and to get started splitting and freezing rows and columns in your own MS Excel '11 projects, watch the video.

How To: Make a prickly pear margarita cocktail

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a prickly pear margarita cocktail. Start out by adding some ice cubes to your shaker and then add in 1.5 oz of tequila to the. Next, add in 1/2 oz of Triple-Sec and 2 oz of sweet and sour. Also, add in a splash of prickly pear puree. Then, garnish the glass with lime juice and dip it in some salt. Now shake the shaker until it's freezing cold and everything is combined. Then, pour the drink through the strainer into the glass and garnish with a lime and ...

How To: Build a portable personal heater

In this video, we learn how to build a portable personal heater. This is a great weekend project that is easy to make and will keep you warm during a freezing winter. You will need: two double a batteries, charger, twin double a battery charger, winding wire, and balsa wood. First, cut the wood the size of the battery holder and cut it out. Now, reel off 30 ft of winding wire and hold down with duct tape. Wind the wire around the piece of wood and tape down the other end of the wire. Scrape o...

How To: Style a colorful cheetah print on your hair

You've probably heard of cheetah print nails and even cheetah print eyeshadow (think the eyeshadow "rub-ons" at Sephora), but we can bet you've never heard of cheetah print hair. Your first question is probably whether or not this is even possible, but trust us, with a compressor doing cheetah prints on your hair is as easy as pie.

How To: Safely reset a frozen Apple iPhone

iPhones aren't perfect. They can have problems just like every other electronic mobile device. One thing that happens frequently with iPhones is freezing. If you're iPhone becomes frozen, how do you fix it? Best Buy has answers. The Best Buy Mobile team explains how simple it is to safely reset a frozen Apple iPhone.

How To: Protect your plants from frost

An associate from Garden Years discusses the danger frost poses to small, outdoor plants. Since you don't have a lot of control over the weather, there are a few tips you can follow to try an avoid any unwanted damage to existing plants. The host examines a peach tree to identify when a plant is blooming and thus very delicate. If a plant is fully blooming, then any temperature below freezing (32 f) can damage the blossoms. Aside from putting cloth over the plant, mulch is also very helpful i...

How To: Get a smoother running springboard for your iPhone

Dr. Jailbait shows the viewers a new device called Smoothboard. With Smoothboard installed the Springboard will not lock while scrolling through your apps. It allows you to scroll and stay in between pages for your apps. You can scroll through multiple pages in one swipe, as opposed to it freezing on each page. To get this, open up Cydia. Go to search and type in Smooth B. Smoothboard from Big Boss will appear. Click on it and then click install. Once it finishes installing, your device will ...

How To: Start a fire using flint and birch bark

If you're camping or stuck out in the middle of nowhere, chances are, you could be faced with dark and freezing cold nights. Learn how to make a simple camp fire out of flint and birch bark. This is for in case you do not have a lighter on you at any given time. To start the fire, you're going to need some bark from a birch bark tree. You're also going to need a flint and a paper napkin as well. After you've gathered the proper materials, just look for a barren spot on the ground, place your ...

How To: Make a basic survival shelter from a Mylar blanket

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a basic survival shelter using an emergency blanket. The materials required for this shelter are: an emergency blanket, paracord and duct tape. This is a basic shelter that would be great for certain conditions. This setup would be ideal for the following conditions: light to medium rain, low wind, and above freezing temps. This video is very descriptive and clearly explains all the instructions. This video will benefit those viewers who are c...

How To: Restore your iPhone or iPod Touch

This video demonstrates how to restore your iPhone or iPod Touch if you are experiencing freezing or errors. You will need to restore your device if you experienced problems after attempting to have a jailbroken device. First, you have to make sure the device is turned on and plugged into your computer and connected to iTunes. To start restoring the phone, you want to hold onto the "home" button and the "unlock" button at the same time and continue to hold it until the device turns off. Next,...

How To: Perform the "Skeeter Rabbit"

Originated by James Higgins (AKA "The Original Skeeter Rabbit") in the 70s, the skeeter rabbit is a shuffle step you can use in your hip hop dancing. This move employs your skills on locking to contrast with the fast moves you're doing on the dance floor. The skeeter rabbit calls for extensive use of your legs, hopping swinging and freezing for a frantic move that's sure to impress on the dance floor. This video tutorial will teach how to do the skeeter rabbit dance move.

How To: Play Hot and Cold

Looking for a fun, educational game to play with your children? How about a game of "Hot & Cold"? Played indoors or out, this game helps children refine their listening skills and learn the idea of opposites.